Walking as a mode of transport in ‘unwalkable’ contexts: Cross-city experiences from Ghana and Nigeria

EP-2022-WK-08, Project Leader: Enoch F. SamDept of Geography Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana Partners Advisors Abstract Walking has long remained an inadequately valued mode of transport in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) ‘s national and local policy, planning, and investment plans. This situation manifests in the general lack of walking infrastructure, inadequate lighting, and surveillance of

Meeting the Mobility Needs of the Elderly in Selected Cities in Nigeria and Uganda

EP-2021-MAC-06, Chinebuli Uzondu, Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), Nigeria Partners: D Paul Mukwaya – Makerere University (MU), Uganda Simon Patrick Obi – GreenLight Initiative, Nigeria Abstract: Inclusive mobility is an important initiative to directly consider everyone (without reservations) in the initial stages of designing and development of transport and mobility services. Unfortunately, available evidence