Removing barriers to disability-inclusive urban transport system (policies and regulations) in Accra and Nairobi (SITUATE-2)

Dept of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. EP-2022-MAC-05, PhD Sam, Enoch F. Abstract Nearly 80% of the world’s 1 billion persons with disabilities (PWDs) are in developing countries. Most PWDs are socially excluded and do not receive the necessary disability-related services because of how these societies are structured.

Towards comparative, historically informed research on contemporary African urban transport issues: A proposal for a research network

The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa EP-2019-MAC-01, Njogu Morgan, PhD, Post doctoral Fellow Abstract: Urban transport on the African continent is at a crossroads. One fork points towards the possibility of protecting and growing existing equitable and sustainable practices, such as walking and cycling. The other, as evidenced by some investments in motor-oriented