City dynamics: Rurban Africa: African rural-city connections: briefing no.3
reportposted on 2017-02-24, 08:51 authored by Katherine V. GoughKatherine V. Gough, James EssonJames Esson, Manja H. Andreasen, A. Singirankabo, Paul W.K. Yankson, Aristide Yemmafouo, Helene Mainet, Oliver Ninot
The African Rural-City Connections (RurbanAfrica) project explores the connections between rural transformations, mobility, and urbanization processes and analyzes how these contribute to an understanding of the scale, nature and location of poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. The RurbanAfrica project is advancing the research agenda on rural-city connections in sub-Saharan Africa by addres- sing a range of crucial components: agricultural transformations, rural livelihoods, city dynamics, and access to services in cities. Our aim is to generate new insights into the relationship between rural-city connections and poverty dynamics.
European Commission Framework 7
- Social Sciences
- Geography and Environment
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CitationGOUGH, K.V. ... et al, 2013. City dynamics: Rurban Africa: African rural-city connections: briefing no.3. Denmark: University of Copenhagen.
PublisherDepartment of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (© Author and RurbanAfrica)
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