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Policy Workshop: Urban Policy in Accra, Ghana

SPI 591H

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Ghana's population growth is marked by a significant demographic shift 'rapid urbanization' that began in 1984 and continues to this day. As such, there are many opportunities and challenges facing this coastal city. These include but are not limited to housing, infrastructure deficits and investments, informality, urban transportation, water and sanitation, climate adaptation and rising inequality. This policy workshop selects a sector of interest and an appropriate client in support of urban policy objectives that focus on enabling the global urban agenda for sustainable and inclusive urban development.
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Section S01