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"Now I'm not worried that my children will make a demand I cannot fulfil.".
He lives and works in Dharavi, Mumbai's labyrinthine slum that was once Asia's largest and still remains India's most famous, owing its popularity in part to the 2008 film, Slumdog Millionaire.
As a large number of the artisans owned a smartphone, using the app was a breeze for them.First, is the location OK for human settlement not a water pollution risk because its location is too steep or on a flood plain?SÃO paulo Seventh largest among the world's metropolises and the linchpin of Brazil's booming economy, São Paulo presents a globally relevant case study of stepped-up efforts but continued deep challenges if cities are to correct the deep poverty and environmental perils of massive slum settlements.A large chunk of their work now comes through corporate clients who are looking for large quantities.In most cases dwellers received a document without clear legal value.Then, following the environmentally-attuned upgrading, one resident constructed a house on the newly-protected space.Anaclaudia Rossbach, Cities Alliance regional advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean, reckons that to have a complete slum upgrading process, social work with the communities should continue after the construction and urbanization process is fully implemented.Islands of Progress, sandra Regina, Jardim Iporanga's association president, says there is finally clean, treated water Sandra Regina, Jardim Iporanga's association president, says there is finally clean, treated water.There's growing agreement in São Paulo that local communities must themselves take part in the upgrading process, with a community leader acting as a mediator between the local residents and the government.The credits earned can later be exchanged for skill-enhancement courses, a packet of grains or improvement of their workspace.But will they endure politically through one or more changes of municipal administration?Besides making them comfortable financially, getting work through Dharavimarket has also reduced the time the artisans spend in marketing their work.
Mohammad Mujahid Husain, a 23-year-old craftsman who specialises in making leather jackets, easily sells 15 to 20 video porno in online diretta of them each day through Dharavimarket.
Fernando Serpone Bueno and Veridiana Sedeh are São Paulo-based freelance journalists.
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According the Nelson Saule, an Instituto Pólis lawyer, the complete process has occurred only with a few properties.If families can have their land title confirmed, or at least secure a certificate recognizing their occupancy rights, some taxes can be levied.But going the whole way continues to be difficult."We want to improve their lives holistically Gupta says.With luck, community leadership emerges.In Jardim Iporanga, for instance, 30 women produce "ecobags" made of recycled rags; they are mostly sold to the city government which uses them for booklets at seminars and congresses.Contrary to popular belief that only dirt and squalor can be found in a slum, Dharavi has enterprises that are said to generate revenue of over 650m a year.Official Brazilian policy shifted in the 1980s toward slum upgrading instead of its eradication recognizing it's easier and cheaper, not to mention more humane, to improve the conditions in a slum rather than try to remove.Before slum upgrading, the neighborhood's scattered housing without sewage treatment had been causing pollution.Another tool authorizes joint citizen-government management councils both in new and more settled areas.