Working with stakeholders from Botswana, India, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Namibia, and Uganda, the Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) research programme is examining the dynamics and drivers of climate change vulnerability, while
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Political Participation of Young Women in Francophone West Africa: Forms, Issues and Public Policies
In francophone West Africa, despite judicial and institutional advances, the political participation of young women remains very limited.
This research is grounded in the phenomenon of the simultaneous existence of a legal arsenal of national and international dispositions favorable to the integration of women in economic, political and social decision-making, and weak participation
Identifying opportunities, unlocking informality and leveraging assets to create sustainable housing for Nairobi's majority population
Over the next 15 years, over Kshs. 89.09 billion will be paid by slum-dwellers to informal service-providers for low-quality and high-cost services. This situation is replicated in almost all informal settlements within the city of Nairobi.Published dateFriday, January 2, 2015 - 05:00