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Slums, Encampments

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Slums, Encampments

Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice / Est. 1983
Shack-Slum Dwellers International / Est. 1996
Jewish Organization of Prisoners of Fascist Concentration Camps, Ghettos 'RUF'
Association for Rengein Tanjo-ji International Cooperation / Est. 1980
Reall / Est. 1989
Action Children Aid / Est. 1966
Central American Alliance for the Participative Management of Human Settlements / Est. 1996

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World Problems relating to Slums, Encampments

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Segregation of poor and minority population in urban ghettos
Urban slums
Declining mining communities
Occupied territories
Restriction of indigenous populations to reservations
Inadequate health care in urban slums
Obsolescence of suburban mode of human settlement
Ghetto education image
Urban malnutrition
Hacienda camps
Hazardous settlement of flood plains

Action Strategies relating to Slums, Encampments

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Improving services infrastructure in poor urban areas
Segregating religious groups
Protecting inner-city slum renters
Studying causes of segregation of minority population into urban ghettos
Upgrading settlements and urban slums
Improving health conditions in slums
Segregating poor and minority population in urban ghettos

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