Spatial information – including where different populations live and where natural resources are located – is essential for sound development planning and decision-making. A new website launched today, Virtual Kenya, opens up a wealth of maps and spatial data about the country for citizens and students to use.
The following Q&A and photo essay originally appeared on allAfrica.com, and are reposted with permission.
Can new SEC disclosure rules help bring transparency to Uganda’s oil sector?
This piece originally appeared on the Huffington Post.
A new set of state-of-the art maps will help Uganda target livestock infrastructure investments and reduce poverty.
The Cycle for Health logo, via the Buckminster Fuller Challenge Web site.
Yesterday, The City Fix wrote about the winners of the 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge, a design competition to “support the development and implementation of a strategy that has significant potential to solve humanity’s most pressing problems.”
At The City Fix, we were interested in sustainable [...]