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Brian S. Fuehrlein; Alexander J. Cowell; David E. Pollio; Lori Y. Cupps; Margaret E. Balfour; Carol S. North
The purpose of this study was to describe a novel approach to calculating service use costs across multiple domains of service for homeless populations. A randomly-selected sample of homeless persons was interviewed in St. Louis, MO and followed for...
Loxley
A third type of urban Aboriginal economic development is represented by those who have moved to and/or grown up in an urban area of Canada but without a collective land base and outside the context of a reserve. This is a diverse Aboriginal...
Stacey A. Page, Wilfreda E. Thurston, Connie E. Mahoney
Those who are homeless face illness and death, however, live in places not conducive to provision of end-of-life care. Limited information exists on causes of death among this group of people. To characterize causes of death, data were requested...
Ryan C. Walker
The number of Aboriginal people in Canadian cities is rising, presenting opportunities for economic and cultural growth in urban Canada. There are many problems facing Aboriginal people as they establish themselves in cities. They are the most...
Mushir Ali
Abstract- Homeless is the condition of the people who are unwilling to maintain regular and adequate housing in both developed and developing countries. Present work was attempted with the objectives to address socio-economic conditions of the...
Mushir Ali
Present work is an attempt to describe the socio-economic status of homeless people. It was conducted in Bahir Dar city of Amhara region with objectives to identify demographic characteristics and socio-economic status of the homeless population,...
Mushir Ali
Present work is an attempt to describe the socio-economic status of homeless people. It was conducted in Bahir Dar city of Amhara region with objectives to identify demographic characteristics and socio-economic status of the homeless population,...
Canada Research Chair in Urban Change and Adaptation
The following Research Highlight explores residential segregation patterns for Aboriginal people in Winnipeg and attempts to answer the question as to whether Winnipeg's Aboriginal population is ghettoized.
The International Centre for Infectious Diseases, with technical support from the Centre for Global Public Health at the University of Manitoba, conducted a project entitled Pandemic Influenza Responses for Marginalized Urban Populations. The...
Government of India - Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation
The objectives of the Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH) component of NULM scheme are to: ensure availability and access of the urban homeless population to permanent shelters including the basic infrastructure facilities like water supply, sanitation...
Many First Nations in Canada are located in rural areas, far from the cities and towns where most wealth and jobs are created. This geographic remoteness can sometimes pose challenges for First Nations trying to increase their economic self-...
Wilfreda E. Thurston, Nellie D. Oelke, David Turner
Abstract Aboriginal people comprise a disproportionate percentage of the homeless population in many cities in Canada, the United States and Australia. Their experiences can be traced to past and present policies of assimilation and...
Chris Glynn, Emily B. Fox
The relationship between housing costs and homelessness has important implications for the way that city and county governments respond to increasing homeless populations. Though many analyses in the public policy literature have examined inter-...