Cities are leading the way in creating a COVID-19 recovery plan that prepares them for the future. They have been the hardest hit by COVID-19, home to 95% of positive cases. Cities are fighting the pandemic against the backdrop of multiple shocks and stresses and emerging vulnerabilities, while striving to prioritize equity, economy, and climate action in their plans.
El Paso has a strong incentive to confront homelessness and a need for emergency housing capacity. In addition to the city’s broader goals of equity and serving vulnerable populations necessitating a solution, El Paso is a border town that links the United States and Mexico and sits at the intersection of three states, so it receives a fair number of refugees.
Independent Evaluation Finds 100 Resilient Cities Moving Transformation in Cities Across The Globe
This report shares 100RC’s knowledge about what it takes to catalyze an urban resilience movement, including what 100RC has learned about building urban resilience, actions that member cities are taking to build their resilience within specific sectors.