Lack of Street Addresses as a Bottleneck for Urbanization

As Africa urbanizes and more people move to informal settlements on the edge of large cities, lack of formal addresses will become much larger in scale and economically problematic.

Lack of Street Addresses as a Bottleneck for Urbanization
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