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The formation of slums need not be inevitable with rapid urbanization. Such an argument appears to be contradicted by evidence of large slum populations in a large number of developing countries and particularly in rapidly urbanizing regions like Asia. The evidence discussed suggests that city authorities faced with rapid urban development lack the capacity(More)
This work was made possible through funding provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the institutions where the writers were employed and undertaken as work for the Knowledge Network on Urban Settings (KNUS), established as part of the WHO Commission on the Social Determinants of Health. The views presented in this work/publication/report are(More)
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