International Municipal Collaboration

Connecting Municipalities for Balanced Development


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The International Municipal Collaboration (IMC) is positioned to support the process of matching cities through Twinning and extending services to all communities of the Global Municipal Diaspora. The IMC is a virtual community with a database of requisite and tangible resources that allows us to connect to each other for the purpose of strengthening our capacity to build communities and municipalities throughout the Diaspora. This is an improvement over the traditional ceremonial sister-city initiatives. A Steering Committee under the United Nations leadership and in conjunction with IMC and the National Conference of Black Mayors (NCBM); will develop a strategic plan that will frame the network for common interests, goals, opportunities and liabilities of the Global Municipal Diaspora.


Providing innovative and unique opportunities for Global Municipalities to take full control of their socio-economic, human health. and environment infrastructure capacity development to work more closely together, and to cooperate more effectively with international partners.


Sustaining Municipalities Developments Compacts Through Innovative IMC Revolving Fund, Technology Transfer, Institutional Capacity Building, Logical ICT Operating Systems for Distance Learning and Training, Operation & Maintenance, Financing Mechanism and Indigenous Technologies Innovations Application and US SME Engagement in Ventureship Partnering Trade and Projects Implementations


The objective is to create an enabling platform for all stakeholders within the municipal governance sector to collaborate and work together, support each other and develop and implement innovative measures that supports poverty eradication and socio-economic development in the Developing Countries worldwide. More specifically IMC aims to:

  • Enhance private – public sector involvement in the IMC programs and projects;

  • Support activities aimed at empowering municipalities, mayors and communities to part-take in decision-making processes through education and improving their livelihood in a sustainable manner;

  • Promoting innovative technologies transfer for applicable, appropriate and effective solutions to socio-economic capacity development that take into account local needs, priorities and context;

  • IMC Programmatic Focus Core Pillars: Agriculture and Food Security

  • Climate Change and National Resource Management

  • Regional Integration and Infrastructure

  • Human Development

  • Economic and Corporate Governance

  • Cross-cutting Issues, including Gender, Cultural, Traditional, Socio-Economic Municipal Community Capacity Development and ICT

  • IMC Sub-Programs Components Geared to Meet the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

  • Transportation Infrastructure and Rehabilitation

  • Sustainable Agriculture

  • Comprehensive Municipal Solid Waste Management

  • Drinking Water Availability

  • Sanitation Infrastructure Program

  • Wastewater and Public Treatment Plant Development

  • Revolving Fund Program for Troubled Municipal Infrastructure and Development Program (TMIDP).

  • GIS/GPS/ArcView & Internet Base Platform Communications

  • Sustainable Agricultural Productivity

  • Road Infrastructure Technologies Transfer Construction and Management

  • Educational Sector Infrastructure Development

  • Affordable Housing and Buildings Construction