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E-News stories for Jan to May 2014
CAN: Perween Rahman Fellowship for community architects and builders is launched. PAKISTAN: Updates from Arif and Younus on the situation in Karachi. CAMBODIA: Policy breakthroughs for urban poor housing. MYANMAR: Some interesting developments with locals. BANGLADESH: Citywide upgrading how-to lessons from the city of Comilla. AND More
Sad news on the passing of Fr Norberto Carcellar
Message from Somsook ... Dear ACHR friends, I was in Manila during the past four days to help in an exchange visit to promote city-wide upgrading to be a key government policy, so, incidentally, I had the opportunity to meet with many our leaders in the Homeless People’s Federation and many friends in Philippines in one of their saddest days, learning the shocking news that Fr. Norberto Caarcellarr had passed away on the morning of the 13th May.
ACHR New Web site ...transferring soon
We are in the process of transferring the ACHR website to the more familiar address at . Meanwhile we may experience some "site problems" during the transfer. The transfer should take place within a few days .... thanks for your patience ....
Fellowship for Community Architects in memory of Perween Rahman
Introducing a new opportunity for Community Architects in Asia
New book on DPU/ACHR Junior Professionals Programme is out!
This month sees the web-launch of a collection of essays recounting the experiences and learnings from the first class of the DPU/ACHR Junior Professionals Programme. Grounding Knowledge: reflections on community-driven development in South-East Asia tells the stories of DPU alumni who spent six months working with communities in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
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