Sciled Africa Case Studies

1. Standardizing City-Level Data-Gathering (SCiLeD) towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 in Africa using two case study cities – Lagos (Nigeria) and Accra (Ghana). This is part of the five-year Leading Integrated Research in Africa (LIRA 2030) towards the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals in Africa. It is sponsored by Network of Academy of Sciences (NASAC) and International Science Council (ISC).

2. Enabling the Science-Policy Interface for Knowledge transfer (ESPIK) between scientific community and policy makers for achieving SDG 11 in Ghana. A Project funded by The International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA)

 

Our Projects

Collaborative & Innovative

 

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Standardizing City-Level Data-Gathering (SCiLeD) towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 in Africa using two case study cities – Lagos (Nigeria) and Accra (Ghana). This is part of the five-year Leading Integrated Research in Africa (LIRA 2030) towards the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals in Africa. It is sponsored by Network of Academy of Sciences (NASAC) and International Science Council (ISC) (2018-2020)

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Enabling the Science-Policy Interface for Knowledge transfer (ESPIK) between scientific community and policy makers for achieving SDG 11 in Ghana (February – December, 2019) sponsored by The International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA)

 

LIST OF COLLABORATORS

Laboratory for Remote Sensing and GIS, University of Lagos, Nigeria
Lagos Bureau of Statistics (LBS)
Lagos Urban Renewal Agency (LASURA)
Ghana Statistical Services (GSS)
Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (IAST)
Department of Urban Roads , Ghana
Accra Metropolitan Assembly
Justice and Empowerment Initiative (JEI) (www.justempoer.org)
Nigerian Slum and Informal Settlement Federation
People’s Dialogue (PD) on Human Settlements, Ghana
Ghanaian Slum Settlement Federation
Immersive Location Business Services Limited
OEA Consults, Lagos

 

Acknowledgement

This work is based on the research supported wholly or in part by the LIRA 2030 Africa Programme, which is implemented by the International Science Council (ISC) in partnership with the Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)