Ghana Housing Profile

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Housing Sector Profile Series – UN Habitat, 2011

The Ghana Urban Housing Sector Profile is a comprehensive in-depth analysis of the urban housing sector, focusing on its strengths and weaknesses. The Profile contributes to the creation of a framework that enables provision of adequate housing for all. It builds a comprehensive understanding of the functioning of the urban housing sector that can serve as authoritative reference for all actors in the housing sector. It provides a series of recommendations for policy design and to the key stakeholders in the housing delivery system, including prioritized actions necessary for its improvement.

Other titles in the Housing Sector Profile Series:

Malawi Urban Housing Sector Profile 2010
Nepal Urban Housing Sector Profile 2011
Tunisia Urban Housing Sector Profile 2011
Uganda Urban Housing Sector Profile 2011
Zambia Urban Housing Sector Profile 2012

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ISBN Series Number: 978-92-1-131927-9
ISBN: 978-92-1-132416-7
HS Number: 131/11E
Series Title: Housing Sector Profile Series
Year: 2011
Publisher: UN-HABITAT

An electronic version of this publication is available for download from the UN-HABITAT web-site at
http://www.unhabitat.org

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United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
P.O. Box 30030
GPO Nairobi 00100
Kenya
Tel: +254 20 762 3120
Fax: +254 20 762 3477

Web: www.unhabitat.org

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