남아프리카 공화국 자조주택 건설의 주민참여에 관한 연구 - 협업과 임파워먼트 접근을 중심으로 -

굼보, 트라이노스;오나투, 조지
Gumbo, Trynos;Onatu, George

  • 투고 : 2015.05.12
  • 심사 : 2015.08.27
  • 발행 : 2015.12.25


This paper provides an overview of the experiences of the people's housing process (PHP) in South Africa. The discussion is done against the backdrop of the different outcomes of the government public housing provision initiative, commonly known as the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) that directly produced more than three million subsidized housing to formerly segregated and disadvantaged populations. Notwithstanding the huge success in providing the much needed accommodation to such previously marginalized communities, the over-reliance on direct provision has the PHP ostensibly less impactful in housing delivery. Against the backdrop of the soaring housing backlogs, concerns with housing quality and the financial difficulties as well as the shrinking fiscal space; the article recommends improved support of the PHP. This can be achieved by the adoption of innovations that make land and minimal infrastructure and services available to the urban poor and to support their initiatives of self-building.




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