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Welcome To REHDA Institute

REHDA Institute is the training and research arm of the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (REHDA). It was established in 2001 to address the research and educational needs of the housing and property industry.....

About REHDA Institute

Originally spearheaded and supported by REHDA Malaysia, REHDA Institute is a not for profit charitable foundation ….

History & Background

The Housing Developers’ Association (HDA) Foundation was the brainchild of four distinguished founding members in 1992 …

Board of Trustees

The affairs of REHDA Institute are governed by an independent Board of Trustees led by REHDA Institute Chairman.

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Green Build Conference 2019
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  • IOI Corp profit from continuing ops down 32% to RM240m
    KUALA LUMPUR: IOI Corporation Bhd reported a 32% decline in profit from continuing operations to RM240mil from RM354mil a year ago due to weaker plantation profit caused by weaker crude palm oil (CPO) and palm kernel (PK) prices.
  • MAA Group board could propose revised offer price
    KUALA LUMPUR: MAA Group Bhd has issued a clarification that the rules under the Takeover Code issued by the Securities Commission does not impose any restriction on revisions to the offer price under the proposed selective capital repayment (SCR).
  • Velesto posts net loss of RM22m in Q1 of FY19
    KUALA LUMPUR: Velesto Energy Bhd swung into the red with net losses of RM22.22mil in the first quarter ended March 31, 2019 compared with a year ago due to weaker drilling services.
  • Selling of IHH pushes KLCI into the red
    KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign selling of key stocks including IHH Healthcare and Genting in afternoon trade on Tuesday pushed the FBM KLCI into the red though Tenaga and RHB Bank help provided some support.
  • US eases curbs on Huawei; founder says US underestimates Chinese firm
    NEW YORK/SHANGHAI: The United States has temporarily eased trade restrictions on China's Huawei to minimize disruption for its customers, a move the founder of the world's largest telecoms equipment maker said meant little because it was already prepared for US action.

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  • Raw ivory sales: Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia call for end to ban
    Southern African countries to appeal to watchdog for permission to sell stockpiled ivory worth more than £230mZimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia are making a fresh appeal for a global watchdog to lift restrictive measures on the trade in raw ivory.The watchdog, Cites, prohibits unregulated commercial trade in endangered species around the world. Continue reading...
  • Depression and western cultural hegemony | Letters
    It is wrong to brush aside non-western mentalities and understandings of distress, says Derek SummerfieldAs a teacher of psychiatry to medical students in Zimbabwe, I find Tina Rosenberg’s account of the work of Vikram Patel overly glossy (The long read: Busting the myth that depression doesn’t affect poor countries, 30 April). At issue is the […]
  • Busting the myth that depression doesn't affect people in poor countries
    For decades, many psychiatrists believed depression was a uniquely western phenomenon. But in the last few years, a new movement has turned this thinking on its head. By Tina RosenbergWhen Vikram Patel first began to study mental health, he believed depression only existed in rich nations. But today, he is the single most influential figure […]
  • 'I don't know how my children will survive': Zimbabwe in crisis | Nyasha Chingono
    Cyclone Idai washed away the crops that survived a savage drought, leaving 70% of the population in dire need of foodMutemarare, 61, walks through his corn field, desperately looking for remnants of maize.He’s not expecting to find any, as most of his crop wilted before reaching maturity, the result of the devastating drought that has […]
  • Cyclone Idai caused $2bn of damage and affected millions, says World Bank
    Global lender says the cyclone affected about 3 million people, damaging infrastructure and livelihoodsA strong cyclone that cut a deadly swath through Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe last month is expected to cost the three countries more than $2bn, the World Bank has said.Early estimates pointed to Cyclone Idai costing $2bn “for the infrastructure and livelihood […]

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