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Title: The Affordable Housing Policy in Jos Nigeria: A Diminishing Dream Four Decades After!
Authors: Wapwera, Samuel Danjuma
Mallo, Daniel Maren
Choji, Christopher Musa
Bature, Yusufu Alamba
Keywords: national housing policy
plateau state nigeria
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Global Journal of Human-Social Science: E Economics
Series/Report no.: Vol.17;Iss.4; Pp 1-12
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to examine the Affordable Housing Policy in Jos Nigeria: A diminishing dream after 35 years with a view to make recommendations towards addressing the housing problems, by examining the national Housing Policy, National Housing Fund and the National and housing development. The purposive random sampling has been employed to select the local government areas that have the Low-cost housing in Jos Metropolis. Utilising secondary data based on the 2006 National population census data, National Housing Policy (NHP), National Housing Fund (NHF) and the Land Use Act, of 1978 the study analysed the quantity of housing delivered by each Local Government. Thematic and content analysis were used to analyse the data.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2766
ISSN: 2249-460x
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