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Finding shelter in Mogadishu: challenges for vulnerable groups

Erik Bryld, Charlotte Bonnet, Christine Kamau

Project report, 10 pages

This city briefing presents findings from research on access to shelter and services in Mogadishu, Somalia, focusing specifically on vulnerabilities associated with gender and disability. It is part of a three-city study in East Africa also covering Nairobi, Kenya and Hawassa, Ethiopia. Guided by political economy analysis, the two-year research project investigated why and how city dwellers make certain shelter choices, and generated recommendations to improve access to adequate shelter and basic services for the most vulnerable urban residents.

Publication information

  • IIED code: 10883IIED
  • Published: Feb 2020 - IIED
  • Area: Kenya, Africa
  • Theme: Urban
  • ISBN: 978-1-78431-777-5
  • Language: English

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Project information

This project ran from October 2017 to February 2020 and investigated systems of shelter provision in three East African cities – Nairobi in Kenya, Hawassa in Ethiopia and Mogadishu in Somalia – in order to generate new insights to inform more inclusive, affordable shelter interventions.

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