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Policy Brief on Urban and Peri-Urban Agricuture Accra- Ghana 2011

Policy Brief on Urban and Peri-Urban Agricuture Accra- Ghana 2011

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The Development Planning Unity (DPU), part of
University College London (UCL), is an
international centre specialising in academic
teaching, practical training, research and
consultancy in the field of urban and regional
development, planning and management. DPU’s
MSc in Environment and Sustainable
Development explores the challenges of
enhancing environmental sustainability, social
justice and governance. In light of these goals,
this is the third year that a group of MSc
students conducts extensive research to identify
the achievements, obstacles and potential
strategies for sustainable Urban and Peri-Urban
Agriculture (UPA) in the Greater Accra Region.
The 2011 group consists of 47 students and 5
academic staff from 25 countries with a variety
of academic and professional backgrounds
including engineering, economics and natural
sciences. As with previous years, the research
has been conducted in collaboration with the
International Water Management Institute
(IWMI), an internationally reputed organisation
with over 10 years of research work focused on
UPA in Greater Accra Region.
The Development Planning Unity (DPU), part of
University College London (UCL), is an
international centre specialising in academic
teaching, practical training, research and
consultancy in the field of urban and regional
development, planning and management. DPU’s
MSc in Environment and Sustainable
Development explores the challenges of
enhancing environmental sustainability, social
justice and governance. In light of these goals,
this is the third year that a group of MSc
students conducts extensive research to identify
the achievements, obstacles and potential
strategies for sustainable Urban and Peri-Urban
Agriculture (UPA) in the Greater Accra Region.
The 2011 group consists of 47 students and 5
academic staff from 25 countries with a variety
of academic and professional backgrounds
including engineering, economics and natural
sciences. As with previous years, the research
has been conducted in collaboration with the
International Water Management Institute
(IWMI), an internationally reputed organisation
with over 10 years of research work focused on
UPA in Greater Accra Region.

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Categories:Types, Research, Science
Published by: The Bartlett Development Planning Unit - UCL on Jul 08, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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