Delphine Sangodeyi has a PhD in Geography. With over 18 years’ affordable housing operational experience in France, Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa, she conceptualizes and manages development and redevelopment of large-scale affordable housing. For the past 10 years, she is the Program Manager for Urban Renewal Programs for Immobiliere 3F, which is among France's leading social housing enterprise (240,000+ homes). She is a member of the team of experts commissioned by the African Development Bank and UN-Habitat to analyze the dynamics of housing in Africa and propose solutions to unlock its production. As the CEO of MOABI, a developer dedicated to affordable housing development in Africa, she also works closely with stakeholders in the public and private sectors, including Nigeria, to meet the shortfall of affordable housing.
Construction and Real Estate Housing
Well-functioning areas are a key issue for Africa’s development. The housing sector, with the construction of millions of affordable homes for the masses in Africa, represents a major challenge but also an Continue Reading