A state-led program to encourage more women and minorities to pursue the employment and business opportunities created by the construction of a major sporting and events stadium.
Lima’s bus rapid transit (BRT) system seeks to improve mobility and access to education, jobs and other opportunities for its low-income residents, mainly on the outskirts of the city.
A government-led initiative that uses public institutions to help overcome the challenges of providing information and communications technology in remote areas. The initiative in Malawi targeted inclusion of under-served areas in the benefits from a larger infrastructure program connecting several Eastern and Southern African countries.
The Government of Kenya has been striving to improve water access for people in low-income areas for decades. However, it faces several challenges, including the limited capacity of smallscale service providers, limited water resources, drought and sustained poverty.
An aerial cable car urban transit system serving the La Paz–El Alto metropolitan area in Bolivia; the first public transport system in La Paz designed for equitable access, and improved accessibility and connection between two socioeconomic urban areas.
While every infrastructure project should consider practices under each of the Action Areas, for illustrative purposes, the case studies have focused on specific Action Areas, as summarised below.
BOX 22: PRINCIPAL ACTION AREAS COVERED AND TARGETED STAKEHOLDERS IN DETAILED CASE STUDIES