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Mumbai's Dharavi slums

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Problems of urbanization in Mumbai's slums.

Problems of urbanization in Mumbai's slums.

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    • Indian Slums
      Settlement patterns and processes
    • According to the United Nations, one billion people worldwide live in slums.
    • Roughly one-third of the world's poor people live in India.
    • Mumbai is one of the most populous cities in the world with approximately 14 million people
    • 55% of the population of Mumbai lives in slums
    • Approximately seven million people in Mumbai live in slums
    • Mumbai’s slums cover only 6-8% of the city’s land with 55% of its people.
    • It is believed that 72% of this slum population is literate.
    • They don’t become resourceful and inventive – slum life forces it on them.
    • They don’t become resourceful and inventive – slum life forces it on them.
    • They don’t become resourceful and inventive – slum life forces it on them.
    • They don’t become resourceful and inventive – slum life forces it on them.
    • They don’t become resourceful and inventive – slum life forces it on them.
    • Quality of health revolves around access to safe water and sanitation.
    • Toilet facilities like this are rare.
    • Sewers are often non-existent. Here drums of excrement are dumped.
    • Sewers are often non-existent.
    • Wrap and throw or flying toilet.
    • Official plans include redeveloping the region
    • Human activity in Dharavi
    • More than 450 million Indians exist on less than $1.25 a day, according to the World Bank.
    • More than 450 million Indians exist on less than $1.25 a day, according to the World Bank.
    • More than 450 million Indians exist on less than $1.25 a day, according to the World Bank.
    • More than 450 million Indians exist on less than $1.25 a day, according to the World Bank.
    • More than 450 million Indians exist on less than $1.25 a day, according to the World Bank.
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