City Calls Private Sector to Join Housing Development

The Addis Ababa City Administration has prepared a framework that allows investors to get involved in housing development projects in the form of public-private partnerships.

On August 30, 2018, Takele Umma, deputy mayor of Addis Abeba, held a discussion with some 500 investors in the city to enhance volunteerism and cooperation and create a fair and equal distribution of benefit for residents of the city.

The deputy mayor said that the city administration could not continue to engage in all sectors due to limited capacity

The city administration prepared a legal framework that enables investors to work in housing schemes, and his administration is ready to accept offers and requests from interested investors.

Published on Sep 01,2018 [ Vol 19 ,No 957]



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