|The Human Settlements Conditions of the World's Urban Poor (HABITAT, 1996, 233 p.)|
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Substandard housing still remains in urban centres as shown in Singapore. Urban renewal programmes are improving those conditions.
Shelter construction with job creation through community efforts and partnerships with local governments - Pacatuba, Fortaleza, Brazil. Photo: G. Lg, UNCHS (Habitat)
Thai children faced with urban poverty, a widespread problem with social and political consequences. Photo: Camerapix, Nairobi
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