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MALABON BEST HOUSING PRACTICES HAILED IN 2 AUSTRALIAN SUMMITS

THE Malabon City government had the chance to share its best housing practices during two housing research conferences held in Australia recently, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval said.

Sandoval was all praises for City Administrator and concurrent head of the City Housing and Urban Development Department Alexander Rosete who served as the “conference paper presenter” at the 2024 Joint Australian Housing Research Conference and Asia-Pacific Network for Housing Research – 13th Australian Housing Researchers’ Conference at the University of South Australia – City West Campus, City of Adelaide, Australia.

She said Rosete shared to housing research scholars and practitioners from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and other countries from Asia and the Pacific, the best practices of the City of Malabon in housing and urban development.

“Dr. Rosete starred as the only Filipino presenter to various foreigners from abroad. You should be very proud Dr. Rosete. You really deserve the international recognition for your research that really helps our people,” Sandoval said on him.

Included in his presentation was Rosete’s research entitled ‘Management of Manila’s Land for the Landless Housing Services Program for Forty Years: Basis for Intervention on Development Plan, which discusses the various initiatives of the city of Manila in providing homes for to its citizens.

The city administrator was the former chief administrative officer and director of the Manila Urban Settlements Office.

“The program seeks to provide lots to qualified residents who actually live on city-owned lots or construct new housing projects for the benefit of homeless in the city,” Dr. Rosete said.

During the two Australian summits, the Malabon official tackled about aspects that the city should pay attention to such as the Integration of Livelihood Opportunities in the Land for the Landless Program, Process Redesign, Shifting to Digital and Electronic Payments, Monitoring and Evaluation Plan and Integration of Multi-stream Management to improve their housing and urban development initiatives.

Dr. Rosete expressed gratitude to De La Salle Araneta University, City of Malabon University as well as his colleagues at the city government for their support in his research.

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