The World Urban Forum (WUF3) gave journalists the opportunity to compare different strategies of urban management and to assess more thoroughly the approach, objectives and strategies of the Urban Poverty and Environment Program (UPEP).
Journal articlesPoverty alleviation URBAN DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Waste managementPublished dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
Integrated Research Partnerships for Malaria Control in Africa (IPMA) : results sharing and consolidation workshop report
The aim is to foster partnerships for integrated research across malaria-endemic regions of Sub-Saharan Africa, emphasizing collaboration, multi-stakeholder engagement, sensitivity to equity, and sustainability.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
Population Health Vulnerabilities to Vector-borne Diseases: Increasing Resilience under Climate Change Conditions in Africa
People in the drylands of sub-Saharan Africa suffer from poverty, food insecurity, a fragile economy, and social vulnerability. With climate change, they may also face increasing threats from vector-borne diseases.
Lake Naivasha basin located in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya is the site of increasing economic activity, especially floriculture. The floriculture industry provides economic benefits but increases the demand on ecosystem services.