As part of public communication and marketing for the Non-Motorized Transport pilot project for Kampala, a one hour long live call in Television talk show was held on NTV-Uganda on 9th August 2015. It was organized by Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and funded by UN-Habitat. The panel consisted of the Manager for Traffic and... Continue Reading →
This is an interview with Amanda Ngabirano, a campaigner for cycling in Uganda, on popular TV station Celeb Select, Sanyu FM. Sanyu FM is the leading private radio station in East and Central Africa (their broadcasting footprint is a 100 KM radius around Kampala and Mbale) and their popular ‘Celeb Select’ segment features interviews with... Continue Reading →
The Zusha! National Road Safety Campaign aims to reduce road accidents by encouraging passengers in PSVs (Public Service Vehicles) to speak out directly to their drivers against reckless driving. It has three main components: 1) Distribution of Zusha! safety stickers in PSVs 2) A media campaign delivered through radio, billboards, social media, newspaper advertisements, editorials,... Continue Reading →
This presentation by Steve Cinderby (SEI, York) has all the information you need to know about Participatory-GIS on; from a step-by-step guide to numerous case studies.
What is Participatory GIS? P-GIS is what happens digitally to the data collected from community mapping projects. Community mapping is a method where participants are encouraged to use a map to put across their ideas and knowledge surrounding local issues. This process can use traditional methods like interviews, questions and focus groups, but is centred... Continue Reading →