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-scaleaordable 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 aordable 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 signicant 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 inormation on country-specic 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
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.
UN-HABITAT / Katherine Hegab
Matthew French and Ellen Daltrop
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