As the Planning for Informality Tool uses city-level data that is (or should be) in the public domain, including data that is reflected in city reports to other spheres of government, we are unable to showcase local examples of good practice and innovation initiated by cities, local communities and other stakeholders. We therefore welcome your input to deepen our collective understanding of local realities and opportunities for change. If you want to provide additional information on programmes or projects related to residential informality in your area/municipality. We Invite you to click on the contribute button. Be sure to include credible evidence for your input. The information provided may feature in the Insights section.