Lusaka is hosting learning lab 3 from 27th to 29th November,2017.
EXPLORING CLIMATE & WATER IN LUSAKA FROM VARIOUS PERSPECTIVES.
The Learning Lab is targeted at key decision makers in the water and energy sectors. In the first Learning Lab, the theme of inadequate water supply, low sanitation, unregulated abstraction, and flooding in informal settlements in Lusaka were identified as some of the burning issues. These issues were identified with the objective to collaboratively produce information that will help to remedy these problems, particularly under conditions of climate change. The second Learning Lab Sessions further explored this theme in an interactive manner. Drawing on the experience of all stakeholders involved, we aim to jointly define a way forward to find solutions for some pressing challenges in the water and energy sectors of Lusaka in the upcoming third learning lab.
The Centre for Urban Research and Planning is offering GIS training course to planners from Local authorities across the country and officers from Ministry of Lands and Natural resources. The class started on 1st November,2017 and it ends on 1st December,2017
The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies through Its Centre for Urban Planning and Research (CURP) at The University of Zambia in School of Natural Sciences will be conducting training in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) at its Main Campus (Great East Camps) Continue reading “GIS Training Offered”
The high profile launch was held on 15th February, 2017 with senior individuals in government and education as well as not less than 50 participants. The event was attended by representatives of USAID, the Lusaka City Council (LCC) officials, the University of Zambia (UNZA), the People’s Process on Housing and Poverty in Zambia (PPHPZ), the Kabwata Women’s Group and the media. USAID was represented at the launch by Ms M Ngulube from the USAID offices in Pretoria and Ms Tembo from the Lusaka office. WESSA was represented by T Dambuza. Continue reading “The Lusaka Sustainability Commons Launch”