CONFERENCE: Housing the Poor

Posted on 1 November 2007. Filed under: Announcements, East Asia Pacific Region, Events and Conferences, Housing, Opportunities, Poverty |

The 7th Int’l Seminar:
HOUSING THE POOR WITH REALISTIC MARKET APPROACHES
November 22-24, 2007, Novotel Bangkok, Siam Square, Thailand

IN THE PROGRAM:
The 3-day seminar consists of the followings:

  • Case Studies of Failed Approaches
  • Case Studies of Successful Approaches
  • Current Situations in KL, Seoul, Tokyo, and Bangkok
  • New Policies for housing the poor worldwide
  • Tools for Housing Finance
  • Techniques of Housing Appraisal

SUITABLE FOR:
Housing Authorities, Ministries of Interior, Ministries of Public Health
Ministries of Welfare, City Administration / Municipalities
City Planners, Property Developers, Home Builders / Contractors

OBJECTIVE:
In India, Mother Teresa graciously helped the poor in her whole life, providing relief to thousands of people. However, slums still exist in Calcutta and every other major city in India. Even if there were a thousand of Mother Teresas, slum problems would not fundamentally be solved. In fact, the situation in slums typically worsens over time. However, some countries have experienced a shrinkage in the number of slums because of the contributions of the private sector.
Come and exchange ideas with internationally acclaimed experts. Finding out new solutions for your country?s low-income housing policy, penetrating market niches in local context, and responding to the needs of the poor without wasting state resources.

Fee (Limited to only 40 participants.)
Normal fee is US$ 420.- This fee includes the cost of lectures, materials, lunches and refreshments the whole program and two dinners. It does not include the cost for accommodation and travel arrangements.

CONTACT:
Ms. Saiphon Bhalakula
Thai Appraisal Foundation
10 Nonsi Rd., Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Tel. (66) 2295.3171 Ext. 107 Fax. (66) 2295 3994
E-mail: saiphon@thaiappraisal.org or info@thaiappriasal.org
See details: http://www.thaiappraisal.org/English/International/Housing.asp

This announcement from the Thai Appraisal Foundation came to me via the Global Partnership for Disability and Development (GPDD) Listserv (email distribution list). Neither GPDD nor We Can Do are responsible for this conference; if interested in this opportunity, please follow the link above for more details.


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