CAHF’s Rental Markets in Africa programme seeks to increase access to data and information on rental markets in Africa in order to promote their growth and development. CAHF research on rental markets is aimed at supporting the data needs of investors in rental housing, and works to set an agenda for further research and interventions, both in terms of the financing of affordable rental across Africa and in its multiple forms, and key policy interventions that would support its sustainable growth.
As part of this work, CAHF is commissioning a study on Rental Markets in Tanzania. This research is expected to build upon initial research which explored the formulation of methodologies for quantifying and characterizing various aspects of rental housing markets in Africa. The study extends this work, and is expected to plug the data gaps identified in the initial study through updated and expanded research on housing supply ecosystems in Dar es Saalam and Dodoma.
Proposals due by 12 noon, 21 June 2019, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No late submissions will be accepted.
For more information, contact Miriam M. Maina – email@example.com