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March 2010 Cross-sectoral cooperation and citizen engagement in slum upgrading Cross-sectoral cooperation and citizen engagement in slum upgrading.

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1 March 2010 Cross-sectoral cooperation and citizen engagement in slum upgrading Cross-sectoral cooperation and citizen engagement in slum upgrading

2 Area 248,6 km municipalities Population: million Area 248,6 km municipalities Population: million State of São Paulo Area 7.9 km 2 Municipalities million inhabitants (47.9% of state total 50.33% do State GDP and of national GDP HDI 0,828 (7th position among Brazilian MRs) Area 7.9 km 2 Municipalities million inhabitants (47.9% of state total 50.33% do State GDP and of national GDP HDI 0,828 (7th position among Brazilian MRs) MRSP Brazil Land area km 2 26 States plus the Federal District Population:187 million Around 80% of the population lives in cities Land area km 2 26 States plus the Federal District Population:187 million Around 80% of the population lives in cities MR of Campinas MR of São Paulo MR of the Baixada Santista

3 Population = 10.5 million inhabitants Area = km² Districts = 31 Distances: North-South = 60 Km East-West = 39 Km CITY OF SÃO PAULO

4 Federal Constitution  recognizes the dwelling as an “individual asylum” and as a “vital necessity of workers”  Articles 182 and 183 and their regulation - Law /01, the City Statute United Nations Millennium Development Goals  Halve, by 2015, the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation  By 2020, to have achieved a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers Master Plan of the City of São Paulo  “Suitable residence is that which guarantees security of possession to the dweller and offers adequate sanitary installations and, also ensures habitable conditions, being served by essential public services.” HOUSING POLICY

5 HABISP INFORMATION SYSTEM

6 LIST OF FAVELAS IN THE CITY OF SÃO PAULO

7 DETAILS ON EACH SETTLEMENT

8 WATER BASINS

9 Guidelines Minimum number of removals Priority to the elimination of risk areas Construction of Housing Units Construction of sewage networks Improving precarious access Enhancing the quality and quantity of leisure facilities Partnerships with other Municipal Secretariats, State Government and plot-owners SLUM UPGRADING PROGRAM

10 SLUM UPGRADING IN PARAISÓPOLIS

11 PARAISÓPOLIS, SÃO PAULO

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13 AERIAL PHOTO

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20 DIAGNOSIS OF AREA

21 Slum Total No of lots No of properties Use of properties Nº of persons Geographic area (m²) ResidentialNon-residential Paraisópolis ,739.4 Porto Seguro ,862.2 Jd. Colombo ,091.9 TOTAL ,693.5 Nº of families : 16,284 Residential use : 85.1% Demographic density: inhab/ha HOUSEHOLD REGISTRATION SURVEY

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23 COMMUNITY MEETINGS

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26 MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

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28 Organizations surveyed Paraisópolis43 Porto Seguro08 Jardim Colombo20 Total71 CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS

29 FORUM MULTIENTIDADES

30 PROJETO MAGIA DA REFORMA PARTNERSHIP WITH ABCP ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE CIMENTO PORTLAND

31 COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

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39 Before the intervention: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

40 Flooding of the area due to storms and the irregular occupation of land by constructions located in the flood-prone area (precarious access) (December 2005) Before the intervention: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

41 Before the intervention: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

42 Moving day Moving for rented houses or provisional accommodation Planning, programming and following-up the removals Moving for rented houses or provisional accommodation Planning, programming and following-up the removals GROTINHO

43 Executive design: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

44 Recovery of the risk area using “stapling” techniques, realigning the slopes and opening the street Total removals: 182 families Families benefited: 32 Total removals: 182 families Families benefited: 32 Before and after the intervention: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

45 Situation in February 2008: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

46 Proposal: Grotinho risk area GROTINHO

47 COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

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49 GROTINHO

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51 High risk of flooding and cavities Before the intervention: canalization of the Brejo Creek BREJO – LINEAR PARK

52 Opening streets and alleyways Canalization of the creek and constructing a pavement alongside, plus green and leisure areas. Removals foreseen :180 households and 308 ‘redistributions’ Basic design: canalization of the Brejo Creek BREJO

53 Project modified at the behest of the population Executive design: canalization the Brejo Creek BREJO

54 Presentation of the landscape and urban design BREJO

55 Appropriation of public space and environmental education BREJO

56 Appropriation of public space and environmental education BREJO

57 Appropriation of public space and environmental education BREJO

58 Appropriation of public space and environmental education BREJO

59 Situation in February 2008: canalization of the Brejo Creek BREJO

60 AVENIDA PERIMETRAL Condominium A Condominium BCondominium C Condominium D Condominium E Condominium G Condominium H CEI RESSETTLEMENT

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63 Condominium C RESSETTLEMENT

64 Condominium D RESSETTLEMENT

65 RECREATIONAL SPACES

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75 Maria Teresa Diniz Secretaria Municipal de Habitacão


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