Overcoming Barriers to Urban Development in Dhaka, Bangladesh

October 3, 2019

A population of around 165 million and a growing rate of 6 percent annually makes Bangladesh one of the most populous countries in the world. According

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Working towards safe, sustainable, resilient and thriving communities

May 9, 2019

Habitat for Humanity recognizes that some of the most precarious housing conditions and levels of poverty and fragility occur in informal settlements which contributes to poor

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Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh: Improving urban planning and development initiatives through mapping and a database

May 17, 2018

Bangladesh, home to nearly 163 million people is among the most populous countries in the world with about 25 million people living in abject poverty equating

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WUF9 highlights and what's next

February 22, 2018

If you keep up with our social media channels, you've seen us post quite a bit around the ninth World Urban Forum — or WUF9, which

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Where to find us at WUF9

January 23, 2018

From February 7-13, 2018 the world will gather in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the ninth World Urban Forum, the world’s premier conference on urban issues. WUF9

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Overcoming Barriers of Urban Disaster Management in Bangladesh

October 6, 2017

Habitat Bangladesh has conducted a policy analysis on "Partnership, Coordination and Accountability in Urban Disaster Preparedness and Response: A Synthesis Review of Public Policies, Strategies, and

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Lucky Number 2(7)

September 9, 2016

Forty years ago, Habitat for Humanity was founded in rural Georgia, a state in the Southeast United States. The organization was founded on the belief that

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An introduction to Solid Ground, a global advocacy campaign to improve access to land for shelter

March 6, 2016

Welcome to Solid Ground. Whether you are reading this from a high-rise apartment in New York City, a Soviet-era social housing complex in Bulgaria, an informal settlement...

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