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Federal Republic of Nigeria Slum Upgrading, Involuntary Resettlement, Land and Housing : Lessons Learned from the Experience in Lagos and Other Mega-Cities

ARCHITECTS HOME OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES HOUSING PROGRAMS HOUSING UNITS URBANIZATION SHELTER TOWN PLANNING PREMISES INFORMAL HOUSING HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS URBAN SETTLEMENTS SERVICES ILLEGAL OCCUPANTS HOUSING NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH URBAN LAND BARRIOS PROJECT PROJECTS NEIGHBORHOODS TRAFFIC CITIES CRIME HOUSING SUPPLY LAND TENURE HOUSING POLICY SOCIAL SCIENCES COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION RENTS HOUSING PROJECTS SETTLEMENTS PUBLIC HOUSING LABOR MARKET EVICTION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MORTGAGES URBAN ENVIRONMENT HOUSING FINANCE TRAINING SQUATTER DWELLING INTERVENTION RENT LOCALITIES INHABITANTS MARKETS REGIONAL PLANNING SETTLEMENT HOUSING MARKET HOUSING CONDITIONS HOUSING NEEDS URBAN DWELLERS PHYSICAL PLANNING HOUSING SUBSIDIES DESIGN DWELLING UNITS LIBRARIES SQUATTERS SLUM AREAS ARCHITECTURE URBAN RENEWAL URBAN PLANNING RESETTLEMENT SUBSIDIZED HOUSING INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS DESCRIPTION PARTICIPATION HOUSING MANAGEMENT HOUSING COOPERATIVES GENDER HOUSING CONSTRUCTION HOME OWNERS HOMES LOW INCOME HOUSING URBAN ENVIRONMENTS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT URBAN EXPANSION SLUM OCCUPATION URBAN AREAS SOCIAL MOVEMENTS HOUSEHOLD SETTLEMENT UPGRADING URBAN AREA YOUTH HABITAT URBAN POLICY MARKET HOUSING CREDIT RENTAL HOUSING URBAN DEVELOPMENT SETTLERS COST OF HOUSING AFFORDABLE HOUSING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SLUMS APARTMENTS CLINICS CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY HOUSEHOLDS HOUSING MARKETS STATUTORY RIGHTS OF OCCUPANCY FAVELA URBAN ECONOMY BUILDING CODES RURAL AREAS RIGHTS OF OCCUPANCY OCCUPANCY ZONING DWELLINGS FACILITIES HOUSES HOMEOWNERS CUSTOMARY RIGHT OF OCCUPANCY LIVING CONDITIONS INTERVENTIONS SQUATTER SETTLEMENTS COMMUNITY COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT URBAN REDEVELOPMENT URBAN HOUSING HUMAN SETTLEMENTS SAFETY URBAN POPULATION SHELTERS SITE DEVELOPMENT CITY PLANNING LAND_TENURE SERVICE RENTING HOTEL DISPLACED PERSONS OVERCROWDING
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Washington, DC
Africa | Nigeria
2016-09-13T19:53:13Z | 2016-09-13T19:53:13Z | 2015-06-23

This report aims to extract lessons on slum upgrading and involuntary resettlement policies and practices learned from the process of addressing the Badia East case, which involved complex interactions between affected people, NGOs, the Bank and Lagos State Government. In doing so, this report will discuss the Local Government Support Programme (LMDGP) as a complex and rich case study from which to extract lessons on involuntary resettlement, land, housing and slum upgrading, as well as overall urban development issues, although it is by no means meant to be an evaluation of the LMDGP project itself nor of process that followed the submission of a request for inspection to the Inspection Panel. Rather, it intends to provide an in-depth analysis of, and make recommendations on urban land and housing issues and the modalities of urban sector engagement in mega-cities like Lagos with inefficient land markets. The report was based on an extensive desk-review of relevant documents on urban issues in Nigeria and Lagos and on the LMDGP; interviews conducted in Lagos and Abuja during the period of January 18-31, 2015 with a range of stakeholders; and a series of case-studies on relevant international experiences in the areas of slum upgrading, involuntary resettlement, land and housing.

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