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Habitat Day: UN Seeks Urgent Measures To Save 1.6bn From Overcrowded Settlements

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As the World marks Habitat Day, the United Nations has called for urgent measures to rescue about 1.6 billion people from living in overcrowded settlements by 2030. UN Secretary General, Antonio Guteress, in a video tweet on Monday, said that as at 2020, one billion people lived in overcrowded settlements due to the challenge of […]

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