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The understanding of space use in cities differs due to variations in planning experiences across the developed and developing world. This paper focuses on equal access to spaces with infrastructure and services that meet the residential, travel, commercial and leisure needs of women and men at neighborhood to city level. Triangulated data from Kam...
As Africa continues to urbanize, social unrest that arises out of involuntary and or voluntary resettlement due to infrastructural development projects is likely to escalate. Such unrest is usually manifested through rioting by city residents, stealing of construction materials, arson at project sites, tear-gas strikes against unruly civilians, ant...
Urban waste has traditionally remained for municipal councils to manage in several sub-Saharan cities such as Kampala. However, due to noticeable inefficiencies at municipal level, there is a manifest of low-income groups that take the initiative to extract and add value to materials from the waste stream, although higher-income groups are engaged...
Local governments are granted budgetary power in the Local Governments Act of the Republic of Uganda, which allows for local-level participation and flexibility in the allocation of financial grants channelled annually from central to local governments. The act prescribes a legal mandate to allocate public resources based on local priorities includ...