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Informal Settlements in Metro-Manila: Relocation Community Program and Design

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Title: Informal Settlements in Metro-Manila: Relocation Community Program and Design
Authors: Valeriano, Sam
Advisor: Leineweber, Spencer
Issue Date: May 2012
Abstract: This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.This paper investigates the development of informal settlements in Metro Manila, Philippines
within the context of urbanization, globalization and their effects. A relocation strategy for a
portion of urban settlers has recently been initiated and planned by administrators and policy
makers. Relocation site builders have the potential tasks of creating not just homes and
communities, but improved livelihood, lifestyle and societal roles for a marginalized population.
Along with appropriate site and housing design, a community program is rationalized through
interrelated benefits of improved economic, environmental and societal conditions. For a
proposed relocation community in Quezon City, the study focuses on creating collective goals
and conveying associated values to new homeowners and an important segment of civil society.
Pages/Duration: 97 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45686
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