Construction of essential infrastructure assists to upgrade the communities’ quality of life through enhanced access to basic services. Community infrastructure is a catalyst in both upgrading underserved settlements and in assisting recovery from disaster.
Currently, UN-Habitat is assisting communities to construct infrastructure facilities across more than 150 villages including internal access roads and culverts, rainwater harvesting facilities in public buildings, storm water drains, community centres and pre-schools.
- Project for Rehabilitation of Community Infrastructure, Improvement of Livelihoods and Empowerment of Women in the Northern and Eastern Provinces (RCI)
- Project for Rehabilitation of Community Infrastructure and Facilities in the Conflict Affected Areas in Northern Province of Sri Lanka (RCIF)
- Rebuilding Community Infrastructure & Shelter – Post Tusnami – Concluded Project
- Rebuilding Communities in North East Sri Lanka – Concluded Project