IHA Spotlights Housing Needs in Developing Countries

Filed in Global Housing, Home Building, Leadership by on November 13, 2017 0 Comments

The International Housing Association (IHA), of which NAHB is a member, this week launched a working group to support the housing needs of developing countries.

The IHA provides an international forum to address globally significant priority areas identified by member countriesand often publishes Statements of Intent on these priorities, sharing information and solutions related to them through its working groups.

IHA members made the announcement from Tokyo, where they are attending the association’s Interim Meeting.

By bringing a focus to the specific needs of developing countries through this new working group, the IHA hopes to bring about better understanding and heightened awareness of housing in member countries and across the world.

“IHA is committed to opening the channels of communication to help address the housing needs of developing counties that are actively working to advise the economic position and living standards of their citizens through housing,” said Kevin Lee, chairman of IHA and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association.

“By working together, we will be able to share ideas and best practices from around the world that have worked in other countries, to better assist developing countries that may have similar challenges.”

For more information about IHA, contact Giuliana Nava-Cord at 800-368-5242, x8182.

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