4 edition of Perspective on urban land and urban management policies in Sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Akin L. Mabogunje.|
|Series||World Bank technical paper,, no. 196., Africa Technical Department series, World Bank technical paper ;, no. 196., World Bank technical paper.|
|LC Classifications||HD966 .M3 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||92043900|
in sub-Saharan Africa. This thesis tries to complement the gap of knowledge regarding the mechanisms of urbanization in sub-Saharan Africa. Statistical data is organized and assembled by using the structured, focused comparison method and then analyzed in order to create an understanding of urbanization and urban. Department of Land Affairs and in that capacity was responsible for the implementation of the Development Facilitation Act, , as well as the establishment and management of the Development and Planning Commission. Currently his work focuses on urban legal reform in the Sub-Saharan region, encompassing urban land, governance and planning.
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Perspective on urban land and urban management policies in sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract. This paper addresses the problems of governance in municipalities in Africa. The concern has been to adapt traditional systems of governance to the needs of modern urban management.
This paper investigates the need for a new analysis of the twin Cited by: Perspective on urban land and urban management policies in Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Urban Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa gives a broad perspective of the history of urban planning in Sub-Saharan Africa and a critical view of issues, problems, challenges and opportunities confronting urban policy makers. The book examines the rich variety of planning cultures in Africa, offers a unique view on the introduction and development.
Get this from a library. Perspective on urban land and urban management policies in Sub-Saharan Africa. [Akin L Mabogunje] -- This paper addresses the problems of governance in municipalities in Africa. The concern has been to adapt traditional systems of governance to the needs of modern urban management.
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Urban Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa gives a broad perspective of the history of urban planning in Sub-Saharan Africa and a critical view of issues, problems, challenges and opportunities confronting urban policy makers. The book examines the rich variety of planning cultures in Africa, offers a unique view on the introduction and development Format: Paperback.
The book examines the rich variety of planning cultures in Africa, offers a unique view on the introduction and development of urban planning in Sub-Saharan Africa, and makes a significant contribution against the tendency to over-generalize Africa’s urban problems and Africa’s urban planning practices.
Managing urban growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract. This article addresses the problems of governance in municipalities in Africa. The concern has been to adapt traditional systems of governance to the needs of modern urban management.
This article investigates the need for a new analysis of the twin problems Cited by: 1. Sub-Saharan Africa can and should benefit the countries, and what conditions are needed to achieve this outcome. The Region is facing close to a doubling of the urban population in 15 years. This urban transition is an opportunity as well as a management challenge.
Urban areas. It is also a significant tool for the determination of rights, protection and transfer hence, the efficiency of any urban land delivery and management Author: Shien KUMA. drivers and barriers to change within the Nigerian urban land management, planning, and governance situation as represented by the main sections of this report: 1.
Urban land, planning and governance: An understanding of the historical factors which underpin Nigeria’s urban land administration, planning and governance system, and the currentAuthor: Jessica. Lamond, Kwasi Baffour. Awuah, Emma.
Lewis, Robin. Bloch, Johnson B. Falade. This paper briefly reviews urban food insecurity and generates a set of empirical questions for an analysis of food and livelihood security in contemporary urban sub-Saharan Africa, and then Author: Jane Battersby.
The Paradox of Traditional Chiefs in Democratic Africa shows that unelected traditional leaders can facilitate democratic responsiveness. Ironically, chiefs' Perspective on urban land and urban management policies in Sub-Saharan Africa book character gives them a capacity to organize responses to rural problems that elected politicians and state institutions lack.
), Sub-Saharan Africa’s urban population had doubled. The table below shows this trend for, and Moreover, the urban growth rate for this region in Africa is currently the highest in the world, exceeding 4 per cent annually. The table also shows a high annual average urban growth rate, irrespective of the.
Perspective on Urban Land and Urban Management Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa. World Bank Technical Paper No. Africa Technical Department Series. A critical assessment of local government ability and the potentials of private sector involvement in urban management in Nigeria.
A research report. NISER, by: 1. ‘Urban infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa – Harnessing land values’ project for the UK Government – Department of International Development.
It is intended as a case study to demonstrate the extent to which land-based financing is taking place in the City and understand the factors which influence successes and failures. The prevalence of speculation in urban land in Sub-Saharan Africa might appear less than, for example, what is observed in North African (e.g.
Egypt) and South Asian (e.g. India, Pakistan) countries, probably indicating the difference in the degree of the commodification of urban land and the sophistication and organization of land developers Cited by: Africa is still a largely rural continent, however it is the region with the highest rates of urbanization in the world.
Between andurban growth in some countries in Sub-Saharan Africa reached staggering rates of 7 per cent per annum (World Bank, ).
Half of the population in Africa still lives on less than US$ per day. Sustainable Land Management in Sub-Saharan Africa is a series of mini-videos (with accompanying information sheets) funded by IFAD, IIED and WBI, that look at the technologies that have underpinned the efforts of small-scale farmers to protect their land.
• mabogunje, akin l. (), perspective on urban land and urban management policies in sub-saharan africa, world bank, washington dc. • united nations human settlements programme (un-habitat) and urban landmark,urban land markets: economic concepts and tools for engaging in africa • united republic of tanzania.
The Urban Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Show all authors This urban transition poses an opportunity as well as a management challenge.
Urban areas represent underutilised resources that concentrate much of the countries' physical, financial, and intellectual capital. “The urban transition in Sub Cited by: Sub-Saharan Africa is the poorest region in the world with 70% of the population living on less than $2 per day.
Many countries suffer both political. The increase in urban population in Africa will be accompanied with an expansion in urban land. Between andurban land in Africa is forecasted to increase by nearly % (figure 2). The forecasted urban expansion in the continent is concentrated in five regions: the Nile River in Egypt, the coast of West Africa along the Gulf of Cited by: Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, examines the relationship between urban planning and environment in a long-term perspective.
Urban planning in this context means both regional planning, including population and land use policies, and urban planning in its.
The Third Section, titled “Innovations and challenges in urban management”, with six chapters, explores a number of experiences and innovative practices of urban e-management, in different countries and contexts, as an illustration of the type and extent of the changes going on within the urban planning system.
This article investigates the need for a new analysis of the twin problems of urban land and urban management in sub-Saharan Africa. This need is based on the apparent paradox between the dynamic, city-creating activities of civil societies in all of these countries, and the weak capabilities of states to guide and direct these activities.
Abstract. Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has experienced the most severe land degradation in the world. Given that livelihoods of the majority of the rural poor heavily depend on natural resources, countries in the region have designed a number of policies and strategies to address land degradation and to enhance by: Sustainable Land Management in Sub-Saharan Africa Information Cards William Critchley, Sabina Di Prima, Wendelien Tuyp and soil fertility management.
Technical Specifications • Security of land tenure is a prerequisite for investment in terracing. Urban and peri-urban land markets in rapidly expanding West African cities operate within and across different coexisting tenure regimes and involve complex procedures to obtain or make land available for housing.
Because a structured framework lacks for the analysis of such systems, this book proposes a systemic approach and applies it to. Urban LandMark: Annual Conference Moving from Knowledge to Change; Agreeing the Next Steps for Better Access to Urban Land Guide to urban legal reform in sub-Saharan Africa – rationale/objectives/envisaged outcomes The paper is based on the draft Urban Legal Guide for Sub-Saharan African countries that Stephen Berrisford and I are writing.
42 A. Mabogunje, Perspective on Urban Land and Urban Management Polices in sub-Saharan Africa, Technical Paper No (Washington, DC: World Bank, ). 43 World Bank, note 3 above, page 44 P. Richards, Indigenous Agricultural Revolution: Ecology and Food Production in West Africa (London: Hutchinson, ).
Insub-Saharan Africa’s urban population reached million. This was distributed among thousands of urban centres that included two mega-cities (with more than 10 million inhabitants), as well as three cities with populations of 5 – 10 million and another 41 with populations of 1.
Urban agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa has gained momentum in recent years in terms of research and policy, as well as in practical terms. The paradox of accelerated urbanisation and the increase in urban agriculture in developing countries is widely by: 5.
Urbanization and urban environmental challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa Thomas P.Z. Mpofu Faculty of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe Open University, Harare, Zimbabwe.
E-mail: @ Accepted 28 May, Although Sub-Saharan Africa is the least urbanized continent, its rate of urbanization is among the highest in the world. Despite the interdependencies between rural and urban spaces being firmly established in sub-Saharan African contexts, risk management policies and interventions have often focused narrowly on either rural or urban areas.
This separatist approach fails to resolve political, institutional and geographical fragmentation: a more co-ordinated and Cited by: Malaria not only remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality, but it also impedes socioeconomic development, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.
Rapid and unprecedented urbanization, going hand-in-hand with often declining economies, might have profound implications for the epidemiology and control of malaria, as the relative disease burden Cited by: Sub-Saharan Africa is urbanizing rapidly, but most countries lack appropriate tools to manage their urban growth.
This creates both risks and opportunities for prospective land holders, resulting in a tangle of insecure land rights and claims under multiple tenure systems. African Centre for Cities launches a new publication Reforming Urban Laws in Africa: A Practical Guide. The guide, written by Stephen Berrisford and the late Patrick McAuslan, provide hands-on guidance to officials, practitioners and researchers working on the urgent task of improving, modernising and rationalising urban legislation in the Sub-Saharan.
Sub-Saharan Africa, in particular, has a high potential to produce plant biomass (Popp et al. ).The total net primary production (NPP) 2 of its land area amounts to billion tons per year (Western Europe billion tons; in both regions it is ~10 t ha −1 yr −1; Krausmann et al.
).This quantity sums up the plant biomass of all different types of vegetation cover, Cited by: 8. Reasons for urbanization include employment opportunities (access to better paid jobs) and modernization. However, ills pdf urbanization have pdf identified to include crime, global warming, unhealthy environment, experienced in slums due to overcrowding and unemployment .Population in some urban areas of West Africa has increased from 4% in to 45% in Author: Ifeoluwapo Amao.framework (including poor land use management), inadequate resources for planning, and shortcomings in governance, as well as unruly developers.
The research contributes to the planning and housing literature about the production of rental housing for the middle income group in sub-Saharan Africa.Sub-Saharan Africa remains the least urbanized region of the world and more than 60% of ebook population, million ebook, still live in rural the next few decades Africa will be one of the most rapidly urbanizing regions, and with this transition is an expected rise in cardiovascular risk factors and disease (CVD).Across sub-Saharan Africa, many adults Cited by: 4.