UN Habitat: Integrating Health in Urban and Territorial Planning
A sourcebook for urban leaders, health and planning professionals
This sourcebook aims to detail why health needs to be part of urban and territorial planning and how to make this happen.
- Access the sourcebook
- Supporting a Healthy Planet, Healthy People and Health Equity through Urban and Territorial Planning, Marcus Grant, José Siri, Franz Gatzweiler, Carlos Dora, Jens Aerts, Sarah Nandudu, Alice Claeson, Pamela Carbajal, Nathalie Roebbel, Laura Petrella & Thiago Hérick de Sá https://doi.org/10.1080/02697459.2021.2000144
- Pamela Carbajal is among the guests talking to the Accelerating Health podcast, looking at what it takes to make a city healthy for its citizens https://open.spotify.com/episode/7HdvpLShnMWzSajsy6vjgV
The Lancet Nigeria Commission
Investing in health and the future of the nation
Tolu Oni acted as one of the commissioners of this Lancet series and is an author on:
Population health outcomes in Nigeria compared with other west African countries, 1998–2019: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study. Blake Angell et al DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(21)02722-7
You can also listen to a podcast exploring how Nigeria’s history affects today’s health system, & the challenges & opportunities for Nigeria in the future.
COVID-19 prevention information translated into several widely spoken African languages
An Engage Africa Foundation translation team led by Ebele Mogo, a member of the Global Diet and Activity Research (GDAR) Network, has translated information on preventing the transmission of COVID-19 into 19 languages spoken across Africa.
- Select a language, click, and download at www.engageafricafoundation.org/covid-19
- Found in Translation – University of Cambridge Stories article on the crowdsourced volunteer translation initiative led by Dr Ebele Mogo and the Engage Africa Foundation.
Turning the tide
In 2020 GDAR collaborated up with NCD Alliance and BBC StoryWorks as part of Turning the Tide, a series of short films about the bold actions being carried out by communities and organisations to take on NCDs. The stories are about the small and significant changes being made for better, healthier lives.
The GDAR film shines the spotlight on a citizen science study we conducted in partnership with young people and communities in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The study seeks to understand more about how neighbourhoods and daily routines affect health.
The case for community-based approaches to integrated governance of climate change and health: perspectives from Lagos, Nigeria
Tolu Oni, Taibat Lawanson and Ebele Mogo
Part of a new special issue from The British Academy Climate Change, Public Health and Wellbeing
The Right to Healthy Environments and Space for Physical Exercise
Tolu Oni, Vicki Lambert, and Kent Buse.
Health and Human Rights Journal, 8 December 2020
Slum Health: Arresting COVID-19 & Improving Well-Being in Urban Informal Settlements
Jason Corburn, David Vlahov, Blessing Mberu, Lee Riley, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa et al
Journal of Urban Health (2020) 97, 348–357.