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A Legacy of Rio Olympics: 4,000 Families Evicted

The official website for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games proclaims on its ...

Brazil’s Housing Plans for the Poor Look Good Only on Paper

The two most recent floods that have hit Brazil have served to underline the ...

Brazil Shows the Winners of Low Cost Housing Competition

Sponsored by the Institute of Architects of Brazil (IAB) and the Society of Housing ...

March in Brazil Urges Better Housing and Sanitation

Brazil’s National Urban Reform and Cities Rights March, which got underway Monday, August 15, ...

Brazil Industry Hopeful New Housing Fund Will Boost Economy

The São Paulo industrial sector is optimistic about the economic effects of the National ...

World Bank Lends Brazil US$ 500 Million for Popular Housing

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$ 502.5 million Programmatic ...

28% of Brazil’s Urban Population Have no Public Water or Sewage

Scarce supply and high prices are Brazil’s chief problems in the housing sector, according ...

Recyclable Cheapens Popular Housing in Brazil

The results of the InovaRural rural housing project, which is backed by the Study ...

A Plan to Alleviate Brazil’s Favela Plight

In the second half of this year, Brazil’s Ministry of Cities will begin to ...

Brazil Gets UN Prize for Anti-Poverty Project

At a glittering ceremony February 1st, in Dubai, the Executive Director of the UN ...

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