Suggest projects for UN-Habitat’s “Best Practice Guide for Walking and Cycling in African Cities”

In collaboration with UNHABITAT, and together with the active transport expert Gail Jennings, we are currently preparing a Best Practice Guide on Walking and Cycling in African Cities.

The Guide will include examples and good practice case studies of policy, infrastructure, advocacy and perception studies from across the continent.

If you know of such examples – whether delivered by government, part of academic research, or civil society – you can share them via this online form until 7 December.

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