Amanda Ngabirano


Title:Transforming urban planning processes and outcomes through creative methodsAuthors:Steve Cinderby, Annemarieke de Bruin, Howard Cambridge, Cassilde Muhoza & Amanda NgabiranoKeywords:sustainable development goals, urban planning, governancePublished:2021Abstract:Inclusively delivering the sustainable development goals (SDGs) remains challenging, particularly in urban areas, where some of the most pressing concerns exist. To achieve the transformative SDG agenda, new methods are required...
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Name: Mrs. Amanda A. Ngabirano Designation: Assistant Lecturer  Department: Architecture & Physical planning  Professional Background: Urban and Regional Planning Research Interests: Urban mobility, quality of public space, accesibility, informal urban transport, housing and transportation, smart cities.  Courses Taught: Traffic & Transportation Planning, Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning, Regional Planning Principles and Techniques, Planning Philosophy...
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