Bridging the Affordability Gap: The Nairobi S ...

14 Jun 2017

The Kenya Federation has the second oldest Urban Poor Fund in the network: Akiba Mashinani...

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Kenya

SDI Kenya & Ghana Evictions Solidarity Exchan ...

07 May 2017

An SDI delegation from Ghana and Kenya are in Nigeria this week to share 20+...

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Nigeria

Innovations in Solar Energy for Slums ...

04 May 2017

Posting on the newly formed East Africa Solar Hub instant message group, Sammy Lema Manfere...

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Uganda

A new paradigm in understanding slums & urban ...

21 Feb 2017

“Addressing the issue of informal settlements and urban poverty in a traditional single lens cannot...

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Kenya

For a better Mumbai, fix the slums first ...

27 Jul 2016

This article was first published in The Hindu.  By Jockin Arputham The government has plenty...

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India

Tackling the Challenge of Sanitation in South ...

20 Jun 2016

Cross posted from the SA SDI Alliance website By Ava Rose Hoffman (on behalf of...

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South Africa

Profiling and Mapping for Alternative Slum Up ...

10 Nov 2015

[caption id="attachment_1378" align="alignnone" width="480"] Mtatu B, one of the clusters in Kiandutu Informal settlement.[/caption] **This...

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Kenya

"I have an erection... of the heart." ...

29 Jun 2015

Photos by Herbert Kalungu, ACTogether Uganda By Skye Dobson That get your attention? Yes, well it...

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Uganda

Launch of Upgrading at Flamingo Crescent with ...

23 Feb 2015

**Cross posted from the SA SDI Alliance blog** Authored by CORC “People said Flamingo Crescent...

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South Africa

Without Power: Mumbai's Pavement Dwellers

04 Dec 2014

With no electricity, kids study under a street light at night.  **Cross-posted from the SPARC/MM/NSDF blog** If you can read this, you’re not affected. For most urban dwellers electricity is...

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India

In Situ Upgrading and Accessible Cities

09 Oct 2014

Accessible and inclusive cities demand systems and policies that provide the poor with equal access to the social, economic, and service benefits of the formal city. Relocation to the periphery...

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