The African Union for Housing Finance is a member-based association of mortgage banks, building societies, housing corporations and other organisations involved in the mobilisation of funds for shelter and housing on the African continent. Established in 1984, the AUHF currently has 45 members across 17 countries in Africa.
The AUHF has a vision of an enabled and productive housing finance sector across Africa where governments and the private sector work together to develop and maintain efficient and effective housing markets and access to adequate and affordable housing for all.
The mission of the AUHF is to support its members in realising their vision, through networking and investor access, information and data collection and dissemination, lobbying and advocacy, capacity building and training, and member showcasing.
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Established in 1914, the International Union for Housing Finance (IUHF) is a worldwide housing finance network organisation which enables its members to:
The Union covers 49 different countries through its 108 members, which range from national banking associations or mortgage lending institutions to independent consultants, academics, government agencies and international institutions specialised in housing finance.
Being an international body, the Union is not a lobbying organisation, thus its members do not sign-up to any agreed common policy positions in the name of the Union.
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KEYNOTE ADDRESSES & INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSIONS
2-DAY CONFERENCE WITH 200+ DELEGATES
IN-DEPTH CASE STUDIES
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT SITE TOUR
DINNER NETWORKING FUNCTION