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Shack Dweller's Federation of Namibia (SDFN)

Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia (SDFN) is a network of community-led savings groups working incrementally to secure affordable land, shelter and infrastructure services for low-income urban households across all 13 regions of Namibia. Twenty-two thousand households are currently participating in 434 saving groups enabling these low-income households to access finance, knowledge and understanding of housing processes. Initiated with one project in 1992, 3,200 households to date have secure tenure and ...

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Muungano Support Trust (MuST)

Muungano Support Trust serves as Secretariat to the Federation of Slum Dwellers in Kenya (Muungano wa Wanavijiji). The Secretariat innovates for social transformation through Competitive organizing of Informal settlements, which involves inventory and settlement profiling, mapping and enumeration, community planning that enables communities take charge of their aspiration concerning their settlements, and project Innovation. The secretariat prides itself by successfully innovating products and projects that have been subsequently scaled up ...

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Muungano wa Wanavijiji

Muungano wa Wanavijiji is a nationwide federation of the urban poor that seeks to improve the quality of life of its members through an extensive process of policy advocacy and dialogue with government (both central and local), civil society and International organization and Communities .By and large, the federation proactively engages its members in savings schemes, advocacy on land regularization, shelter and policy formulation for purposes of building strong relationships ...

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Federation of the Urban Poor (FEDUP)

The Federation of the Urban Poor has forty-thousand savers in about 700 settlements throughout all 9 provinces. FEDUP receives 9000 subsidies per annum as a result of a pledge by the National Minister of Housing. Partnering with the Informal Settlement Network (ISN), FEDUP also has memoranda of understanding with Ethekwini, Ekhureleni, Stellenbosch, Johannesburg and Cape Town Metros. Development finance and social support for land, infrastructure and housing is managed jointly ...

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