Urban infrastructure in major cities is inadequate to support pedestrian mobility. In Zambia, for example, the majority of citizens rely on walking for their daily travel, but unfortunately, sidewalks are often inaccessible or non-existent, and urban expansion makes travel time longer. To help address this
This blog documents the third walk and mapping activity carried out as part of the ongoing “Walking the Un-Walkable” project series.
This blog documents the second walk and mapping activity carried out as part of the ongoing “Walking the Un-Walkable” project series.
“Walking the Un-Walkable” delves into the act of walking in Lusaka, examining both the obstacles and possibilities for enhancement. The project seeks to produce policy briefs and research that are grounded in evidence. Our goal is to provide guidance for a transformative approach to urban
Charter Cities Institute’s Heba Elhanafy was featured in Zambia Daily Mail, where she discussed the role of new cities in reclaiming control of Africa’s urban future.
CCI Zambia has been busy engaging key stakeholders, and getting invited to speak at both the Zambia Institute of Planners and the Zambia Institute of Architects annual conferences.