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Four myths about slums: 'Don't assume people want to leave'

Why are some people against investing money to improve the quality of life for residents in informal settlements? We look at some typical misconceptions “One thing that is poorly understood is population growth in Africa,” says William Cobbett, director of Cities Alliance. “It is thought that populations are growing mainly because of urban migration. That’s not correct.
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