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Bangladesh - Finding Space for Affordable Housing

Discounting tiny dependent territories and island states, Bangladesh is by far the most densely populated country in the world. With a population of over 160,000,000, it is three times more densely populated than its enormous neighbour, India. Although the birth rate has slowed considerably since its peak in the 1970s and 80s, it still stands at over 1% and the population is forecast to exceed 190,000,000 by 2050. It may come as no surprise, then, that this relatively small country has some serious housing issues.

Egypt’s Focus on Affordable Housing for Families

Although Egypt is certainly, and for many years has been, one of the most liberal Arab countries, there remains a huge disparity when it comes to asset ownership, including residential property, between men and women.

Ideology v Reality: Czech Republic’s rich and strange - Social Housing

The Czech people, especially since the Velvet Revolution of 1990 saw the liberation of the country from Communism, have long seen themselves as a philosophical nation.

Where’s my motivation

Developers in Peru are finding it difficult to find any reason to build affordable homes for the 45% of the population that are unable to afford them but need them desperately.











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