4 edition of Management problems of rapid urbanisation in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Management problems of rapid urbanisation in Nigeria
National Conference on Local Government (4th 1972 Sokoto State, Nigeria)
1973 by Published for the Institute of Administration [by] University of Ife Press in Ile-Ife, Nigeria .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by Adebayo Adedeji & L. Rowland.|
|Contributions||Adedeji, Adebayo, ed., Rowland, L., ed., Ahmadu Bello University.|
|LC Classifications||HT169.N6 N38 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 368 p.|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||73086061|
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Ile-Ife, Nigeria, Published for the Institute of Administration [by] University of Ife Press [©] the challenge to government and local authorities, report.\/span>\n M. PEIL; Management Problems of Rapid Urbanisation in Nigeria, African Affairs, Vol Issue1 OctoberPages –, :// Problems and Prospects of Urbanization in Nigeria – The Introduction.
Urbanization is simply population shift from rural areas to urban areas which leads to the gradual increase of people living in urban areas in a geographical region. This is in no way a new phenomenon, as so many of us living in the urban areas of the country actually moved from a more rural :// Adedeji A, Rowland L (eds) ().
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Nigerian 2 days ago Lagos, Nigeria continues to grow in population density and urbanization. The city currently stands as the 14th largest urban area in the world and is on the cusp of becoming a primary coastal megalopolis. Lagos urban area is home to approximately 33% of the Lagos State population (Sunday and Ajewole ).
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Its growth rate has overburdened the existing urban management system. Power supply, traffic and sanitation are serious challenges. By Bimbola Oyesola But urbanisation – especially if it is rapid – also brings challenges.
City governments and policy-makers must plan for and manage the impacts of urbanisation on poverty, inequality, employment, services, transport, climate change and :// This urbanisation process has outpaced the existing urban management system. World Bank reports on Nigeria indicated that the growth rate of urban areas has increased from 20 percent in environmental problems seems to have taken a severe toll on towns, and threaten all societies, poor and affluent alike.
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Chukwu. Department of Geography and Metreology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria. Abstract. The aim of this paper is to proffer urban solid waste management strategies which will effectively address the problems emanating Scholars and students of criminology, urban sociology, and social geography will benefit from reading the book.” (Etannibi Alemika, Professor of Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria) “Urbanisation and Crime in Nigeria is a most timely and hugely important work that chronicles how crime in emerging cities of fast Urbanization in Dubai: Process, Problems and Challenges what will happened in the time of recession as Dubai’s tourism is badly hit.
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E-mail: @ Accepted 28 May, Although Sub-Saharan Africa is the least urbanized continent, its Brazil has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It is becoming increasingly popular in the sectors of industry and tourism, and its population numbers continue to escalate.
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