Following the subject of our last blog post, the ‘Mapping for Change’ capacity building workshop hosted by SLURC and Development Planning Unit staff, we have been undertaking community-led mapping in 15 of Freetown’s neighborhoods. The aim of this process is to collect localised data on the various risks faced by residents of these informal settlements – what the problems are, where they are located, who is vulnerable to them, and what is being done to mitigate them.
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- Urban Health (Scoping of Urban Health Systems in Freetown Informal Settlements)
- Urban Livelihoods and the City Economy (Urban Livelihoods and Gender in Freetown Informal Settlement)
- Urban Vulnerability and Resilience (Urban Humanitarian Response and Empowerment)
- Urban Vulnerability and Resilience (Profiling Urban Risk)
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