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In developing countries, increasing urbanization amidst chronic financial constraints sharply limits the authorities’ ability to provide universal urban infrastructural services. This tendency creates complex networks of governance that remains largely understudied and not clearly understood....
Informal settlements are prevalent in the South African urban landscape. Part of the attempt by the government to meet housing and infrastructure needs has been the in situ upgrading of these informal settlements. This paper explores the effect of in situ informal settlement upgrading on women’s...
There is a growing awareness of the need to develop the resilience of settlements to potential risks and hazards. There are numerous definitions of resilience reflecting diverse applications of the concept in different disciplines. These conceptualisations include the ability to ‘spring back’...
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