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Education: Most Frequent Questions Asked at the World Bank Institute Land Use Course
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  The World Bank Institute (education branch of the World Bank) has a Land Use Course with a exceptional Substantive approach. It is departure from usual Procedural Planning. Procedural courses are only useful to the country where the procedures are from. Substantive is worldwide. It is the essence of Planning.
The course is aimed to participants from all over the world. Public involvement in their most diverse cities and regions makes this course unique. It is a privilege to have participants of such quality.Tutors learn as much as they do.
Year after year, course after course substantive questions come back and back again. This is a summary of those issues, questions and answers. They are available to be filed both by Course Students or other interested Professionals.

We have joined as well some of the Urban Pre-Analyses made during the Course discussions: Luanda (Angola), Nish (Serbia), Monrovia (Liberia), Zrenjanin, (Serbia), New Delhi (India), Vientiane (Laos), Medellin (Colombia), N’Djamena (Chad), Tirana (Albania), Tegucigalpa (Honduras), San Salvador (El Salvador), Copenhagen Structure Collapse (Denmark)