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 in developing countries.
The global partnership offers an essential mechanism of support for the delivery of sustainable international development which Reall is thrilled to be a part of. Reall holds compelling evidence that demonstrates a sustainable solution to the gap in the affordable housing market across rapidly urbanising cities. Benefiting vulnerable people, cities and economies, this solution delivers prosperous social and economic returns. The Cities Alliance platform enables Reall to engage with this evidence convening with other diverse organisations to share in this opportunity and scale for maximum impact.
Reall Chief Executive, Ian Shapiro, added: “We are delighted to partner with Cities Alliance. This is an opportunity to connect and learn from like-minded organisations. We look forward to contributing our growing portfolio of evidence of how a $10K, commercially viable home can prove how urbanisation can work for the poor.”
Read the official press release from Cities Alliance here: https://citiesalliance.org/newsroom/news/cities-alliance-news/reall-and-cities-alliance-partnering-affordable-housing-for