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Housing in Indonesia Homelessness in Indonesia

08

Sep
2022
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From the Asian monetary emergency in the last part of the 1990s till the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021-22, Indonesia saw an  honorable financial recoupment. On many fronts, Indonesia shows potential for critical monetary and social advancement in half of the 21st hundred years. That...

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Analysis of the Problems and Prospects in the Use of Local Building Materials in African Countries

08

Sep
2022
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The term ‘neighborhood building material’ has produced numerous contentions in lodging study and in the development ventures. The significant bone of conflict is the word ‘neighborhood’. For example, the answer for the questions may be sought, when does a material become nearby? Is it...

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Improving Rural Lives, Urban Regeneration, Slums Improvements & Smart Cities Development

06

Aug
2022
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By: Syed Sayef Hussain The (former) Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, unveiled the ambitious agenda, the work plan, outlining the party’s commitments for Naya Pakistan after forming its government after the 2018 general elections. The most important points were, 1) providing 50 lakhs...

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Urban housing, rural housing, slum prevalence in Pakistan

06

Aug
2022
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By: Syed Sayef Hussain When we talk about housing issues, we tend to keep our attentions limited only to urban areas, and forget the rural areas and hapless rural population. According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, ratio of Pakistan’s urban-rural population is 32.5%:67.5%. (Source:...

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Low-cost or affordable construction technologies in Mozambique

06

Aug
2022
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Low cost or affordable construction technologies and materials are often touted as a panacea in meeting the ever-growing demand for rapid housing delivery in developing economies. As with most of the developing world, from both historical perspectives and global trends in rural to urban...

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The Human Migration – the new mobility’s paradigm

06

Aug
2022
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All the world seems to be on the move. Asylum seekers, international students, members of diasporas, holidaymakers, businesspeople, sports stars, refugees, backpackers, commuters, the early retired, young mobile professionals, prostitutes, armed forces these and many others fill the world’s airports, buses, ships, and trains....

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Socio-spatial polarization is growing in lots of huge cities

06

Aug
2022
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Socio-spatial polarization is growing in many big cities in Europe. Socio-spatial polarization refers to the process in which differences between the rich and the poor grows. These segregations develop in line with ethnic or socioeconomic traces. In the European context, this has led to...

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About Formal and Informal Works – and what is formal and informal economy

17

Jan
2022
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By Tabassum Rehmani What are Formal and Informal Works The general understanding the word “work” refers to any job or task that people perform in exchange for money or for some other type of benefit. However, economists have identified two common types of work:...

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The Case Study of Singapore (Slums & Renewal)

17

Jan
2022
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By Tabassum Rahmani Framework: This case study provides an overview of how the urban renewal process worked through a series of legislative, policy and government organizational reforms in Singapore. It highlights three developments, along Singapore’s urban waterfront, carried out during different periods. Singapore is...

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Improving Rural Lives, Urban Regeneration, Slums Improvements & Smart Cities Development

17

Jan
2022
Posted By : Iqbal Comments are off
Categories :GENERAL TOPICS

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, unveiled the ambitious agenda, the work plan, outlining the party’s commitments for Naya Pakistan after forming its government after the 2018 general elections. The most important point were, 1) providing 50 lakhs of home to Pakistani public,...

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Urban housing, rural housing, slum prevalence

17

Jan
2022
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By: Syed Sayef Hussain When we talk about housing issues, we tend to keep our attentions limited only to urban areas, and forget the rural areas and hapless rural population. According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, ratio of Pakistan’s urban-rural population is 32.5%:67.5%. (Source:...

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RURAL REAL PAKISTAN – ENDLESS RUSTIC BEAUTY, WAITING FOR CARING HANDS

17

Jan
2022
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By : Syed Sayef Hussain Picture 1 Just a bird’s eye view, rather from a bus’s eye view of enchanting, endlessly spreading rural Pakistan, picturesque Pakistan, from horizon to horizon.  Pakistan, land of 881,913 square kilometre, is a land of picturesque contrast, from highest...

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Naya Pakistan Housing Programme

17

Jan
2022
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By: Zaigham Mahmood Rizvi Chairman Prime Minister’s Housing Task Force   Introduction Is housing a number game? Seemingly, it is more than that, more so in under-developed and developing countries like Pakistan and other third world countries, where land availability is constant since the...

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Housing and Housing Finance: Sharia-Compliant long-term funds and role of Islamic-REITs

17

Jan
2022
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By Zaigham M. Rizvi Secretary General Asia-Pacific Union for Housing Finance The world’s biggest concern today is the burden of fast increasing population, as Malthusian Theory on population growth is visibly proving to be so true. With around 7.55 billion people presently living on...

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The Real Story Of Job Creation

26

Oct
2014
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When it comes to the financial markets, there is no data more important than the monthly jobs report from the Labor Department. Today we learned that 171,000 new jobs were added during the month of October. We also learned that the unemployment rate rose...

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Federal Reserve Beige Book: The State Of The U.S. Economy

26

Oct
2014
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Tracking the direction of the U.S. economy can be a challenge, especially during periods of weakness. This is due to the overwhelming amount of available data and the conflicting nature of many indicators. One authoritative economic source is the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book, which...

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Is The Economy Finding Its Footing?

26

Oct
2014
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The U.S. economy is the largest and most complex in the world. And true to human nature, we have developed a myriad of statistics to decipher it. The challenge, however, is that at any given time, the numbers conflict making it difficult to predict...

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The U.S. Housing Market: Home Improvement Is Real

26

Oct
2014
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The U.S. housing market is such a critical part of a healthy economy that it garners a great deal of attention. One of the reasons for our anemic economic recovery is that this all important market became so overbought that a bubble developed, and...

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