The Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) is applying innovative finance solutions from traditional infrastructure developments to enlarging Africa’s stock of affordable homes.
Affordable housing faces many barriers in Africa but points of innovation are beginning to make a difference. Kecia Rust highlights two promising examples
What can be done to make home ownership available to a wider population in Africa? Olu Olanrewaju looks at the opportunities afforded by Rent to Own.
Many Africans trying to build their own homes have been been stung by dishonest contractors, but a new digital platform is helping to put small-scale …
New technologies such as blockchain are helping to eradicate the problem of land and property fraud in Africa by providing transparent, secure digitised processes, as Philip Jarman explains.
Low-carbon brick industry clusters present a strong model to create local supply chains necessary to address the high demand for affordable housing in Africa’s Great …
Rwanda’s growing housing sector is relatively under-financed. Kenny Washington explains how the country’s affordable housing market presents an opportunity to mobilise new sources of finance …
Onyekachi Wambu introduces a special report that brings together experts to provide insights on how to tackle the crisis facing the African housing market.
Decent homes can be built at a cost that is attainable for people on low incomes whilst being commercially viable for developers and investors, say Dr Andrew Jones and Donovan Storey.
Femi Adewole looks at how collaboration between the public and private sector is helping to unlock delivery constraints for large-scale housing programmes in Nigeria.