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(introduction...)

Proceedings of a Workshop held in Lusaka, Zambia, 28 September - 4 October 1981

edited by
Diana Lee Smith

published by
American Friends Service Committee
PO Box 50141 Lusaka, Zambia
and
Mazingira Institute
PO Box 14550 Nairobi, Kenya

Front Cover
Self-help construction at Mji wa Huruma, Nairobi
Photo: NCCK, Nairobi

Back Cover
Mathare Valley, Nairobi
Photo: HRDU, Nairobi

The contents of this publication do not necessarily represent the views of the individuals and/or organisations represented at the Workshop. The Editor accepts full responsibility for the contents.


Africa: Workshop participants came from the ten countries shown In Eastern and Southern Africa,