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AUHF 2019: Key Takeaways

Dr Lisa Stead, Reall’s Head of Evidence, presented on the challenges and opportunities of end-user finance for people on low incomes, especially those informally employed. Here she gives her three top takeaways from the conference. The ticking time bomb Much …


Reall signs MoU with UN Habitat

Reall and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Kenya.  The collaboration will involve knowledge sharing and research to tackle the issue of affordable housing and slum upgrading. Together we will push …


World Cities Day

By Dr Andrew Jones Rapid urbanisation is a defining characteristic of our time. By 2050 more than two thirds of the world’s population will reside in cities. If trends continue unchecked, we can expect humanity to have become almost exclusively …


Reall’s Partner has built the most affordable homes for sale in Africa in 2019

The image featured above shows MFF’s Grand Luvu neighbourhood situated on the outskirts of the city of Abuja in Nigeria. The funding for the first phase of this project was provided by Reall in 2016. Grand Luvu features 1-bedroom, 32sqm …


International Day of the Girl

1. Health: Globally, malaria kills 600 girls a day. Infection is strongly linked to poor housing. Girls living in improved homes with metal roofs and concrete walls are much less likely to get infected with malaria than girls living in …


World Habitat Day

Right now, there are 1.2 billion people without somewhere decent to call home. This number is greater than the entire population of China. This often means no electricity, no running water, no toilet and the threat of indiscriminate evictions are …


Reall partner with Cities Alliance

Reall is pleased to be joining 27 other partners in the Cities Alliance, joining governments, UN agencies, private sector partners and NGOs. The platform’s core areas of work include slum upgrading, urban planning, local economic growth, gender equality and migration …


Reall on the Siwi Sofa

  Reall was interviewed on the Siwi Sofa at World Water Week 2019, where we made the case for affordable homes as an entry point for sustainable water and sanitation solutions. Ian Shapiro, Reall CEO, and Lucy Livesley, Head of …


Reall at World Water Week 2019 — Our Sofa Session

Wednesday 28 August 2019 | 10.00-10.30 | Room: Exhibition Hall Reall will be in Stockholm for this year’s World Water Week, where we are hosting a Sofa Session – ‘Inclusive urban WASH: showcasing the role of affordable homes’. Sofa Sessions are filmed interviews which …

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