A Discussion on Adequate and Affordable Housing in Phnom Penh
Working Paper by Young Researcher Program | A Discussion on Adequate and Affordable Housing in Phnom Penh | by Future Forum’s Young Research Fellow, SENG Panha.
The urbanization of Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital city, has seen its population rise rapidly as people migrate towards the city in search of employment and education opportunities. But slow development of adequate and affordable housing, by both the government and the market, has led to a significant mismatch in housing supply and demand, driving people towards substandard housing in the face of no alternative.
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Disclaimer: This working paper has been funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) through The Asia Foundation’s Ponlok Chomnes: Data and Dialogue for Development in Cambodia, SIDA (Embassy of Sweden Section Office in Phnom Penh) and Open Society Foundations (OSF).