Following a qualitative and quantitative data collection exercise from the study areas of Cockle bay, Dwarzack Farm, Moyiba and Portee/Rokupa, the research team has started the analysis with preliminary findings. These initial findings are to be presented at a conference of stakeholders for validation and further refinement before a final report could be produced for publication. The conference will therefore target urban stakeholders working in informal settlements in Freetown with a focus on the value chain of livelihood activities of the dwellers. This conference is scheduled to take place within August 2017.
Policy Impact and Strategic Action Planning Workshop on Governance, Planning and Urban Development in Freetown.
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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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