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  • Ethiopia: From the Perspective of Gender Equality

    Addis Fortune

    With urban populations growing at an alarming rate, the demand for housing has grown by leaps and bounds. All dwellers, be they civil servants or men and women from all walk's of... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: City's Housing Construction Projects Booms, Gravel Suppliers Struggle to Meet Demand

    Addis Fortune

    As part of its plan to solve housing shortages Addis Abeba City Administration (AACA) is building 120,000 condominium houses. Building materials are vital, especially gravel. In... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Breaking Up Taxi Terminals to Resolve City Transport

    Addis Fortune

    Wondwossen Gebregiorgis, a 32 year-old broker, was in a rush on Tuesday evening, November 11, 2014, to meet a client at Gerji. He was used to taking taxis under the ring road near... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Bole Jamed

    Addis Fortune

    Compared to other African cities Addis Ababa does not have a dense vehicle population. Despite this, every road in the city is crowded during rush hours, when people enter and... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Town Planners Seek Effective Framework for Cities

    Independent (Lagos)

    Frontline town planner, Dr. Femi Olomola, has emerged as the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) President. He was recently elected at the 45th Annual Conference of the... Read more »

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