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The introduction of the Zero Squatter policy then initiated the creation of the Program Perumahan Rakyat Bersepadu (PPRB), or the Integrated People’s Housing Programme in which residents of the existing squatter settlements were provided with basic utilities such as electricity and water until their relocation were to be completed (ibid). This particular program was initially targeted to reduce the squatter settlements in Kuala Lumpur and other major Malaysian cities. These informal settlements particularly concentrate in the Greater Kuala Lumpur region, comprising about 30 percent of the total population (Shuid 2010). In the 9th Malaysian Plan (2006-2010), the government continued to focus on reducing the number of squatter settlements and decided to extend the period of the Zero Squatter mission up until 2020. Based on the policy statements and objectives prepared by the government, public and private housing developers were also demanded to continue to provide more low-cost housing units in their development projects. In this sense, the federal government took the lead to create incentives for both the public and private sectors concerning low-cost housing programs (Shuid 2004; Abdullah, et al. 2017). The involvement of private developers in the government-led programs is becoming more and more important for successful low-cost housing initiatives (Idrus & Ho 2008). Numerous housing schemes were created, as a result. Examples include Perumahan Rakyat 1 Malaysian (PR1MA), Perumahan Penjawat Awam 1 Malaysia (PPA1M), Rumah Wilayah Persekutuan (RUMAWIP), and My Home Scheme and so on (Shuid 2016). Table 1 below briefly summarizes some of the major public housing programs in Malaysia.>GET ANSWER