Housing and Finance in Developing Countries

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INDEX

a
Accelerated Land Servicing Programme (Botswana) 195-6
access to finance 5, 29, 41, 51, 79, 102;
gender and 170, 192-3
ACCION 29-30, 213
Administradora de Fondos para el Retiro (AFORES) (Mexico) 81
allocation of loans 62, 64-7, 71, 79
alternative sources of income 85, 111-16, 123-4, 149-50
Andhra Pradesh State Housing Corporation 103
Andhra Pradesh Urban Development and Housing Corporation 103
apex institutions 10
arrears 9, 49-50
Association for the Production of Housing (Mexico) 88n
Association of Saratov Spring (Russia) 151
associations 185

b
Banamex (Mexico) 80, 88n
Banco Solidario (Bolivia) 27, 29, 213
Bangladesh 6, 7;
Grameen Bank 22, 26, 29, 213
Basic Housing Programme (Chile) 9, 37
Botshabelo Accord 229
Botswana, women and housing finance in 192-211
Botswana Building Society 195, 196, 197, 198
Botswana Christian Council 201-2, 210
Botswana Housing Corporation 195, 196, 197, 198, 199
Brazil:
housing finance system 9;
mutual aid in 35, 39
Bread for the World 213
bribes 147, 149
‘Build on Your Own Land’ Programme (Jamaica) 68
bureaucracy 230

c
Cameroon, women’s livelihood systems 182, 183-6
capital subsidy system 229-30, 231
CARE-Zambia 183
Caribbean Housing Finance Corporation 68
Central Provident Fund (Singapore) 92
Centro de Vivienida y Estudios Urbanos (Mexico) 38
Chile 6, 7, 11;
housing finance 9, 10, 37;
NGOs in 36;
World Bank loans to 46, 49, 50
chilimbas 188-9
chit funds xxi, 113, 115-16;
by auction 113, 115
civic organizations 232, 244
collective action 33
Colombia 6, 11;
housing finance 36;
self-help builders 119-35;
squatter housing 7
commercial banks, and housing in Mexico 76-82, 83, 87
communal banks 217-18, 219, 222
communal labour 130-1
communities:
gender roles in 161-2;
impact of Indian housing finance programmes 108-12
community-based programmes 21;
in India 159, 161-2, 167;
in South Africa 232, 233-4
Community Mortgage Programme (Philippines) 35-6, 37, 39
community skills 33, 161-2

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