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Interview: Ranjit Chavan, President, All India Institute of Local Self-Government (AIILSG)

How does AIILSG work with cities in India and what have been the obstacles to increased municipal collaboration?

AIILSG has been working with urban local bodies in India for the past 89 years. Over the years it has also increased its geographical footprint by establishing 30 regional centres across India. It provides support to urban local bodies by providing capacity building for efficient service delivery and also as part of outreach programmes.

At AIILSG, we are privileged to have a global perspective on the work that urban administrations and national governments are doing to develop sustainable and achievable solutions to urban challenges. We recognise the value of sharing insights and lessons to help cities cultivate a clear approach to urban infrastructure development.

One way in which we advance this goal is by publishing our professionals’ globally applicable experiences, insights and advice as they work to advance the agenda on sustainable cities.

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