Institutional Overlap and Power Relations in Private-Led Regularization Projects in Informal Settlements: The case of Gairo Town, Morogoro

Dawah Lulu Magembe-Mushi & Joel Mwanga Msami
In the early 1990s to date, the private sector has continued to gain momentum in urban planning and service delivery. Among others, the penetration of neo-liberal ideology in policies and legislations empowered the engagement of private sector in urban planning domain. Subsequently many private firms have dominated the process of the preparation of details schemes including regularization of informal settlements in different cities, municipalities and towns in Tanzania. However, the institutional overlap and power relation...
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