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CONDOMINIUM HOUSINGIN ETHIOPIA:
The Integrated HousingDevelopment Programme
 
Series Summary:
Housing Practices: country experiences of designing and implementing affordable housing programmes
Housing Practices is an ongoing series that documents the experiences o countries who are implementing large-scaleaordable housing programmes. It is a fagship series developed and produced by the Housing Policy Section o UN-HABITAT, which provides authoritative and independent documentation o innovative aordable housing programmesin countries o the developing world.Rather than drawing rom theory or abstract models, Housing Practices addresses the demand or practical guidanceon housing programmes based on experience. Each volume holistically documents one ‘best-practice’ housingprogramme that has achieved signicant results. The volumes are thoroughly researched and presented in a way thatclearly communicates the country’s housing sector context, the elements o the programme, key achievements andchallenges, and suggestions or urther programme improvement.Disseminating up-to-date inormation on country-specic large-scale housing programmes is vital to reveal to otherdeveloping countries the programmatic opportunities or addressing their housing shortages, reducing slum ormationand growth, and improving the housing conditions o their citizens.Copyright © United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), 2011All rights reservedUnited Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)PO Box 30030, Nairobi, KenyaTel: +254 2 621 234Fax: +254 2 624 266www.unhabitat.org
Excerpts may be reproduced without authorization, on condition that the source is indicated:UN-HABITAT (2010)
Te Ethiopia Case of Condominium Housing: Te Integrated Housing Development Programme.
UnitedNations Human Settlements Programme: Nairobi.HS Number: HS/023/11EISBN Number (Series): 978-92-1-132033-6ISBN Number (Volume): 978-92-1-132326-9
DISCLAIMER
The designations employed and the presentation o the material in this publication do not imply the expression o anyopinion whatsoever on the part o the Secretariat o the United Nations concerning the legal status o any country,territory, city or area, or o its authorities, or concerning delimitation o its rontiers or boundaries, or regarding itseconomic system or degree o development. The analysis, conclusions and recommendations o the report do notnecessarily refect the views o the United Nations Human Settlements Programme, the Governing Council o theUnited Nations Human Settlements Programme or its Member States.
Photos:
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UN-HABITAT / Katherine Hegab
 Editor:
Roman Rollnik
,
Matthew French and Ellen Daltrop
 Cover Design and Layout:
Gideon Mureithi
Printing:
UNON, Publishing Services Section, Nairobi, ISO 14001:2004-certied.
 
 
acknowledgements
Tis report was prepared by Matthew French and Katherine Hegab from the Housing Policy Section, UN-HABIA.Katherine Hegab and Rasmus Precht undertook the UN-HABIA mission to Addis Ababa where they conductedresearch through site-visits, interviews with key stakeholders and household surveys on condominium sites. Claudio Acioly, Christophe Lalande and Rasmus Precht from Housing Policy Section, UN-HABIA, supervised andnalised all outputs of this project. Valuable comments were provided by UN-HABIA’s Regional Oce for Africaand the Arab States.UN-HABIA acknowledges the contribution of all individuals and organisations whose names are listed below. Inaddition to those mentioned here, appreciation is given to the households who participated in the household surveysundertaken in Bole Gerji and Gotera.Oqubay Arkebe, Abraham ekeste, Amare Asgedom, Manuela Graetz, Sissay Dejene, adesse G. Gtorgis, Getachew Erieso, Yassin Morku, enadem Zewdie, Yemane segaye, Lealem Berhanu, Yigzaw Mekonnen, sedale Mamo, Wendwosen Demerew, Mesn Ayalew, Esrael esfaye, Belaynesh eklay, ewodros igabu Alemu, Mesele Haile, Alessandra isot, Esayas Abebe, Mesn Assefa, Abay Mehari, Yoseph esfaye, Mahlet Mekonnen, amrat G. Giorgis,Nigel Browne, Solomon Kea, Matthew French, Christophe Lalande, Rasmus Precht, Ellen Daltrop.Tis publication was funded by the Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme (PSUP), a joint initiative by theEuropean Commission and the African, Caribbean and Pacic (ACP) Secretariat and implemented by UN-HABIA.
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