Ibadan (Nigeria)

Ibadan, Nigeria

WP1 – Evaluation de vulnérabilité :

A Ibadan, le programme sera basé sur la méthodologie DesInventar, appliquée à l’échelle de la ville. Conçue spécialement pour exploiter les données sur les dégâts intensifs et extensifs causés, ainsi que la vulnérabilité sociale sous-jacente.

DesInventar (voir www.desinventar.org) a été mise en œuvre dans plusieurs autres villes africaines, ce qui permettra une discussion méthodologique et une analyse comparatives. La méthode VCLA (Vulnerability, Capacity and Loss Assessment) sera adoptée, nous offrant la possibilité de collaborer avec l’université Mzuzu.

Many cities in sub-Saharan Africa lack official records of deaths and of serious illnesses and injuries from everyday hazards and disaster events at all scales.

The lack of systematic and homogenous records of people being impacted by everyday hazards and disaster events at all scales in many African cities is a major limitation to effective planning for r

Author(s): 

Ibidun Adelekan

Community-based organisation and action can contribute greatly to disaster risk reduction, and interlinked to this, to building resilience to the impacts of climate change.

In recent years, lives and property worth millions of dollars have been destroyed in fire disasters in secondary schools around  the world.

Community-based organisation and action can contribute greatly to disaster risk reduction, and interlinked to this, to building resilience to the impacts of climate change.

The inhabitants of African towns and cities face a range of hazards, which can best be described as representing a ‘spectrum of risk’ from events that can cause death, illness or injury, and impove

The ability to rapidly mine large climate datasets as multi-disciplinary processes evolve in a particular context is becoming increasing critical.  It is a significant obstacle to multi-disciplinar

Author(s): 

Chris Jack

This paper examines the availability of data on disaster losses in urban areas in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and what this data tells us. 

Author(s): 

Emmanuel Osuteye, Cassidy Johnson and Donald Brown

The purpose of this background paper is to describe recent trends in African urban centres, review potential future trajectories of these, and examine their possible implications for risk accumulat

Author(s): 

David Dodman, Hayley Leck, Maria Rusca and Sarah Colenbrander

This diagnostic report for the city of Ibadan provides important overview insights and data on city population and growth, urban pattern, urban challenges such as unemployment and poverty, inadequa

Author(s): 

Ibidun Adelekan

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