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In Africa, one significant feature of the urbanization process is unlike Asia and Europe, mainly that much of the growth is taking place in the absence of significant industrial expansion. “In Africa, the urbanization processes are largely driven by market forces and government policies that lead to simultaneous processes of change in livelihoods, land use, health and natural resources management including water, soil and forests and often reactive changes in local governance” (Nsiah-Gyabaah, n...
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In Africa, one significant feature of the urbanization process is unlike Asia and Europe, mainly that much of the growth is taking place in the absence of significant industrial expansion. “In Africa, the urbanization processes are largely driven by market forces and government policies that lead to simultaneous processes of change in livelihoods, land use, health and natural resources management including water, soil and forests and often reactive changes in local governance” (Nsiah-Gyabaah, n...
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