The IHS Urban Heritage Strategies short course will be offered in a new hybrid form that consists of two parts: online and on-site. Applications are open until 30 June 2020.
“I have a house now, nice and shining new, but what am I supposed to do in it? Sit inside and admire the house all day? I cannot eat the house, can I? I have a stomach to fill."
People living and working in Nairobi’s informal settlements are vulnerable to Covid-19, as many lose access to work and urban supplies of necessities have become unsure in these challenging times.
We are happy to announce that the 5-week-long course organised by IHS just started today in Quito, Ecuador.
Learn with and from peers how to successfully implement sustainable energy and climate action projects with the help of innovative financing schemes.
Check out the full event calendar of this year's IHS Student Fair Tour 2020!
We are thrilled to inform you that IHS will be awarding partial fellowships to the upcoming Developing Social Housing Projects Programme!
Africa's cities are growing very rapidly. What does this mean for the residents of all these new districts? How do they get access to basic amenities like tap water, electricity, roads and safety?
IHS is happy to announce that we will be awarding partial fellowships to the upcoming Sustainable Urban Development Programme!