Supporting More Equitable Cities
Access to good sanitation, affordable housing, right to own land, social and economic inclusion, and nutritious food
Gathering information, testing ideas, and providing assistance that enables cities, communities, and individuals to address problems they face
Helping Shape the Global Discourse
A shared vision and comprehensive plan to embrace a city's spatial, physical, social, and economic dimensions
Leadership & Advocacy
Seeking opportunities to further innovation, productivity, economy, and quality of life in a growing urban environment
More From The Blog
How to Increase Inclusiveness and Equity in Cities | Judith Hermanson – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOLJzGusXI8 How to Increase Inclusiveness and Equity in Cities | Judith Hermanson – YouTube– Date: February 2021
Pricing Risk for Opportunistic Investment in Emerging Markets
The International Property Markets Scorecard is a tool jointly developed by IHC Global and the Center for International Private Enterprise that can be used by opportunistic investors in markets where there is very little transparent market data. In this guest blog, originally published by the Center for International Private Enterprise, World Citizen Consulting Principal Consultant William Endsley […]
IHC Global Hosts Urban Thinkers Campus on Smart Cities
Last week, IHC Global was thrilled to co-host its first Urban Thinkers Campus with the Red Dot Foundation on “The Impact and Promise of Smart Cities for the post-COVID-19 Era.” The call to ensure smart cities are equitable and responsible is growing from all sectors. The very public rise and fall of the Quayside smart […]
A look at the facts
Water and sanitation
Percent of slum households in the developing world that don't have access to clean water.
Number of people with insecure tenure rights forcibly evicted 1998-2008.
Percent of urban population in the developing world living in slums.
Social and Economic Inclusion
Number of people who move into slums each week.
Urban Food Security
Percentage of income urban families use to purchase food during periods of shortage.
The proportion of the global urban population that will be living in Low Elevation Coastal Zones by 2025.