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Slum Upgrading and Participation

£19.99

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Lessins from Latin America. This volume explores the strong link between community participation and project impact in slum upgrading and housing initiatives. It intends to help local policymakers, officials, and practitioners identify policies, procedures, and program investment strategies that are appropriate to the local context as they design and manage urban upgrading and shelter projects. It provides a conceptual framework and examines the key issues of process in this sector, including case studies from Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Peru.
A very good copy. Cover unmarked. Inside pages clean and unmarked.

Item details

Author(s):
Imparto, Ivo & Ruster, Jeff
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2003
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0821353705
ISBN-13:
9780821353707
Number of pages:
489
Publisher:
World Bank

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Lessins from Latin America. This volume explores the strong link between community participation and project impact in slum upgrading and housing initiatives. It intends to help local policymakers, officials, and practitioners identify policies, procedures, and program investment strategies that are appropriate to the local context as they design and manage urban upgrading and shelter projects. It provides a conceptual framework and examines the key issues of process in this sector, including case studies from Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Peru.
A very good copy. Cover unmarked. Inside pages clean and unmarked.

Author(s):
Imparto, Ivo & Ruster, Jeff
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2003
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0821353705
ISBN-13:
9780821353707
Number of pages:
489
Publisher:
World Bank

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