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World Habitat Day

4 Oct
To achieve sustainable urbanisation that offers opportunities for better living conditions without adversely affecting the natural environment, the global community will this morning
7 Oct 2019
This morning all over the world, the global community pauses to take stock of the state of the living environments as it marks “World Habitat Day” amid growing concern over the management of cities’ man-made waste worldwide.
8 Oct 2018
As residents in Nigerian cities face an admixture of despair and hope, the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) last week...
2 Oct 2017
Faced with the grim reality of a world in which up to one-sixth, of humanity- or some one billion people - exist without adequate shelter and basic services, governments around the globe are today pausing to marshall forces against the growing plague called homelessness.
2 Oct 2017
Today we celebrate World Habitat Day and this year’s theme, as declared by UN Habitat, is ‘Housing Policies: Affordable Homes’.
3 Oct 2016
With an increasing number of poor and vulnerable people living in precarious conditions, urgent action is needed to refocus urban planning and to provide safe, affordable housing that is appropriate for the citizens...

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