Eastern Regional Organization for Planning and Human Settlements (EAROPH)
Organisation régionale orientale pour l'habitation et l'urbanisme
1958-02 Delhi India
Founded Feb 1958, Delhi (India). Original English title: Eastern Regional Organization for Planning and Housing (EAROPH). Formally constituted and Officers elected Aug 1958. A Regional Chapter of B-XB1826 - International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP). Originally based in Delhi, when registered in accordance with Indian law; transferred to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), 1978, and currently registered under Malaysian law.
With special application to potentialities and needs of the countries in the region, study and promote for the purpose of attaining a better quality of life: improvement of housing; theory, practice and implementation of urban housing and rural planning, including creation of new agglomerations, at local, regional, national and international levels.
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Council. National Chapters (4): Australia; Korea Rep; Japan; Indonesia. Setting up: Asia Pacific Institute of Good Asset Management (APIGAM).
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