The Lusaka Urban Lab is an initiative from Charter Cities Institute Zambia to generate new research and facilitate knowledge sharing on urban issues in Lusaka.
The Lusaka Urban Lab is a multidisciplinary research hub that bridges the gap between urban scholars, communities, and policymakers by engaging these stakeholders in research projects about the many urban issues facing Lusaka and its residents.
Drive conversations about urban challenges in Lusaka
Bridge the gap between communities and policymakers
Identify and implement solutions
The Lusaka Urban Lab aims to drive the conversation on improving infrastructure, public services, and economic growth in Lusaka. For further questions or to get involved, please email [email protected]
Exploring the architecture and urbanism of Cairo Road, one of the oldest streets in Lusaka
Researching the “pancakes and pyramids” development pattern in Lusaka
Engaging local youth and university students in Lusaka to identify opportunities to improve walkability