Seminar on Low Income Housing‏ 6th May in Islamabad

PRIME Institute is an Islamabad based independent economic policy think tank that runs research, advisory and advocacy programmes around twin pillars of market and governance promoting the protective function of state and freedom for market.

We are pleased to share that we have organized a seminar to launch our study “Low Income Housing through Markets: Prospects, Policy and Strategy” on 6th May 2015 in Islamabad. This seminar is being held to discuss appropriate policy measures for expanding access of housing ownership to the low income segments. This study and seminar have been supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.

Programme Outline

03:45pm Registration
Welcome Remarks by Dr. Almut Besold, Representative FNF
Introductory Remarks by Ali Salman, Executive Director PRIME
04:20 pm Key Messages of Study, by Shahid Mahmood, Adjunct Scholar, PRIME Institute
04:35 pm Remarks by Muhammad Irfan, Director General, Ministry of Housing, Government of Pakistan (Focal Person, PM Low Income Housing)
04:45 pm

04:55 pm

Remarks by Arif Jeewa, Chairman Association of Builders & Developers (ABAD) Islamabad Region
Remarks by Dr. Muhammad Zahid Asghar, Quaid-i-Azam University
05:05 pm Remarks by Jawad Aslam, CEO, Ansaar Management Company
05:15pm Open Discussion
05:45pm Closing Remarks by Zaigham M. Rizwi, Secretary General Asia-Pacific Union for Housing Finance & Former Chairman HBFC
06:00pm Refreshments






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