Morocco

Jun 29, 2005
A Practical Guide for Housing Microfinance in Morocco Housing microfinance is defined as the provision of loans to construct and purchase homes, buy land, improve existing structures, install utilities and other basic services, and complete titling processes. Although relatively new in Morocco, housing microfinance has a long history in many countries where an increasing set of “best practices” is emerging. In this report, CHF International outlines key results from a quantitative survey it conducted in six Moroccan cities and provides guidelines on housing finance for microfinance institutions (MFIs). Read the full report here.
Oct 15, 1982
Housing is for People 1952-1982: A Report by the Cooperative Housing Foundation This report covers CHF's beginnings as an organization promoting cooperative housing in the United States, as well as some of  CHF's earliest work internationally in countries such as Egypt, Morocco, Kenya, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Tanzania, Jamaica, Panama, Haiti, Peru, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Domican Republic, Ecuador, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Thailand. Read the full report here.
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