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Factors Resulting in the Formation of Slums in Nigeria There are several factors which contribute to the prevalence of slums in Nigeria. Most of the housing quality related problems in Nigeria results largely from inadequately planned land use and non-secure land tenure, poverty, poor construction and weak development control. 0 Generally, slums in the traditional sense includes housing areas that were once desirable but which deteriorated after the original dwellers moved on to new and better parts of the city. International Conference held on the 18. Formation of slums are a common corollary of urbanization with particular reference to developing countries such as Nigeria. y��/��EG�O��-Kɞ�w�sw|@n[������\�?%�,��� startxref �8�z*�#�:�V4��S�y�H4�46܉�� This approach was based on the notion that such slums were illegal, but temporary, and would disappear with economic growth (UN-HABITAT, 2003b). Paper presented at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria, 2003. 0000002040 00000 n

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A sizeable proportion of this figure is in sub-Saharan Africa, with Nigeria having the largest number. 4 0 obj 0000003244 00000 n It posits that regeneration policy; planning and implementation should be inclusive of the input of architects working closely with slum dwellers, administrators and other relevant stakeholders to ensure that occurrences of slums are reduced to the barest minimum. Omirin M Modupe, Issues in Land Accessibility in Nigeria, (in Omirin, M. M; Nubi, T. Gbenga and Fawehinmi, S. A (eds) Land Management and Property Tax Reform in Nigeria.

49-70, 2003. Pp. Some of the contributory factors are: 3.1. endstream United Nations -Habitat, “Cities, Slums and Millennium Development Goals”, Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Housing and Human Settlements, 2006. Cite this paper: Sunday A. Bobadoye, Alexander A. Fakere, Slum Prevalence in Nigeria: What Role for Architects?, World Environment, Vol. 0000003569 00000 n <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/Annots[ 33 0 R 34 0 R] /MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 6 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S>> IN Nigeria, access and quality of health care services are a challenge, ... Nigeria’s urban slums and health problems. Fourchard, L., Urban Slums Report: The Case of Ibadan, Nigeria.

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0000005621 00000 n Neglect of Buildings and Their Environment which Makes Them Become Derelict, 3.4. 3. Confirming the above, is the unavoidable evidence of “SLUMS” in the following locations; Cazenga in Angola, Nima in Accra Ghana, Ajegunle in Lagos Nigeria, Mukuru Kwa Njenga in Kenya and so on. As cited by[16], 75% of the dwelling units in urban centres in Nigeria are substandard and the dwellings sited in slums.

Literature review Writer such as Jessor, (1991) assert that large segments of our young people are growing up in circumstances of limited resources and pervasive adversity that, for many of them, their health, their development, indeed their lives as a whole, are certain to be severely and perhaps irretrievably compromised. �\��[y�~��d��{�2�/�3��˳A��f�ݑx^O~(���2n7��mلh����ɛ�ۓ����J�MU�"�.�, �a^��Gs�+ ��>~=/D�� ��5��Ι����=�^��POg��}�f���ꔙcI9��= \?���EY�XL�JO�u)�.���ء(U�UF_Xv{��5em��oAs쁬d��0���R��4ݦ�1XU��k�`Q�t`��W!zBZ��DK�[�a_W�4"�e���_c�*+u3�L��.�h��Ǐ\�b��Mik�S[Z��N������M�C� �J� �Ș4 p�d���*uh���g��*��1 �Jm�-]J���Ǻ���# VPD ������MUZ��*e����~�ԛ�0�40�Jપ5tQO,��z=u�%O_���Y��i�zDZG#�Lcd���0H�ODf`M 133 -137, 2006. Some of the contributory factors are: 3.1.

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