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Title:From the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Africa in the post-2015 development agenda: a geographical perspective, part 2
Editors:D’Alessandro, Cristina
Zulu, Leo C.
Year:2017
Periodical:African Geographical Review (ISSN 1937-6812)
Volume:36
Issue:2
Pages:131-252
Language:English
City:Saint Paul, MN
Publisher:Miami University, Department of Geography
Geographic terms:Africa
Algeria
Kenya
Nigeria
Tanzania
Subjects:sustainable development
development planning
water
sanitation
empowerment
women
public health
Link:http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rafg20/36/2
Abstract:This special issue of the 'African Geographical Review' offers a multifaceted geographical perspective on Africa's development in the global post-2015 development agenda. Contributions: The SDG13 to combat climate change: an opportunity for Africa to become a trailblazer? (Agathe Maupin); Gender equality as a means to women empowerment? Consensus, challenges and prospects for post-2015 development agenda in Africa (Francis Onditi & Josephine Odera); Defining and measuring water access: lessons from Tanzania for moving forward in the post-Millennium Development Goal era (Sarah L. Smiley); Ecological sanitation: a sustainable goal with local choices: a case study from Taita Hills, Kenya (Matias Andersson & Paola Minoia); The Millennium Development Goals and Chinese involvement in French-speaking West Africa: which contributions for which issues? (Xavier Aurégan): Understanding the spatial context of sustainable urban health in Africa for the SDGs: some lessons from the corridors of deprivation in Ilorin, Nigeria (Usman A. Raheem); T he marginalization of walking, the Achilles' heel of sustainable mobility policies in Oran (Algeria) (Asmaa Kerrouche & Mohamed Madani). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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