ASEAN Association for Planning and Housing (AAPH)
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1979-05-04 Manila Philippines
4 May 1979, Manila (Philippines). Formally launched during 2nd ASEAN Convention on Planning and Housing, 20 Mar 1980, Manila.
Promote and coordinate the study and practice of regional, urban, and rural housing with a view to improve human settlements and the environment; provide an efficient information centre as well as a forum for the discussion of problems; foster among institutions of higher learning an awareness of the changing social, economic and cultural factors affecting planning and housing.
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Composed of 3 bodies: Council, consisting of 15 members holding office for 2 years; Executive Committee, consisting of President, Deputy President, Vice-Presidents from each member country other than country of origin of the President, Secretary-General, and Treasurer; General Membership.
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