Category: Development, economic cooperation, and the humanitarian-development-peace nexus (HDPN)


Housing Insecurity and Economic Development: A Case Study of Informal Settlements in Manila, Philippines

The city of Manila, Philippines faces a severe housing crisis. Due to the Philippines’ unusual combination of rapid economic growth, uneven regional economic development, lack of affordable housing, and low per capita incomes, it is estimated that Manila has the most number of homeless people of any city in the world. Consequently, the government must


Youth in Bangladesh

The youth population is the backbone of any country. Youth in a country is a viable and potential human resource not only in population structure but also in social structure. May the countries in Asia be on the list of developing countries, but the countries of the region have an increasing demographic share of the