Solid Waste Management in Urban Africa: Methodological Approaches to Data Collection on Vulnerability, Capacity and Loss Assessment in Nairobi, Mombasa and Dakar: Methodological Guidance Notes
Karonga Community Capacity and Vulnerability Analysis: methodological guidance notes
Introduction: Since independence, there have been various policy frameworks developed to guide the management of solid wastes in Kenya.
This study assesses the scope for transformative adaptation in Kibera informal settlement,
Nairobi. Adaptation discourse theories and Pelling et al’s (2015) ‘adaptation activity space’
framework provide the conceptual context within which this study aims to assess the
SUMMARY: The United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) has led a move to encourage and support governments to greatly improve the accuracy and detail in their records on disasters.
Le rapport présente les résultats d’une étude Baseline sur l’Analyse de l’Economie des Ménages Urbains (HEA Urbain) à risque d’inondation de la ville de Niamey au Niger.
This paper examines the availability of data on disaster losses in urban areas in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and what this data tells us.
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 accumulation and risk reduction.