This was my second trip to sub-Saharan Africa as part of the Urban ARK project, and quite a different experience to the first. This trip was mainly to attend the Urban ARK open science conference and meetings with various stakeholders.

Urban ARK in the Media - Ibadan, The Nation Newspaper, 12.11.15
Dominic Kamlomo from Mzuzu University shows Faith and James the dyke which was built to protect Karonga from flooding

Through a joint initiative, Urban ARK and UN Habitat have published an open access book titled 'Breaking Cycles of Risk Accumulation in Africa Cities'. DOWNLOAD HERE:

Urban Africa Risk Knowledge (Urban ARK) is a three year research and capacity building programme funded by the UK Department for International Development and the Economic and Social Research Council. 


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