by Aage Jorgensen, Program Manager, Nordic Development Fund Heavy rains caused a landslide that took away the road, Rwanda 2021. Photo credit: FinnOC Roads are a key asset for Africa. They connect villages to economic centres, people to hospitals, children …
by Alexander Körner, Programme Officer, United Nations Environment Programme Photo by Beautiful News The continent is home to about 1.3 billion people, with the average age being just below 20 years. Compared to Europe or North America, per capita energy …
Henrik Nolmark, Director, Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF) Photo by Supriya S on Unsplash We know pretty well what needs to be done, right? Reduce private car driving, promote and improve public transport, infrastructure for walking and cycling, more …
Who we are
We are the sum of our collective passion, vision and expertise for creating the new mobility systems that is efficient, safe, economical and environmentally sustainable, inclusive, accessible and affordable by all irrespective of class ability and age.
Ochenuel Mobility is a subsidiary of Ochenuel Nigeria Limited which was incorporated as a multi-disciplinary limited liability company in 2012. Ochenuel Nigeria Limited operates in five different areas of businesses, and with urban mobility as its core area of expertise.
WhereIsMyTransport collects and digitalises public transport data in the field – with a primary focus on representing and advocating for informally run public transport in emerging cities. Through our integrated public transport data platform, we are enabling international organisations and Africa’s largest cities to make better investments and targeted decisions, so that everyone everywhere can get where they want to go.
The need for cleaner and more efficient vehicles, public transport and adequate infrastructure for non-motorised transport in Africa is an issue that has received attention at the ongoing Transport Forum in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
The latest annual Africa Progress Report, Power, People, Planet: Seizing Africa’s Energy and Climate Opportunities, published by the Africa Progress Panel (APP), describes how African governments, the international public and the private sector can transform the r
43 African countries were represented in the Experts and Ministerial sessions at the inaugural conference of the African Sustainable Transport Forum. The resulting ASTF Action Framework, agreed upon by the Ministers, includes 13 actions together with an institutional structure for the ASTF Secretariat. The Framework sets out a clear roadmap for sustainable transport in Africa, based on a harmonization of priority action areas as they were identified by all the conference participants.
On October 14th, African Transport Policy Program (SSATP) launched its brand new publication; Good Policies and Practices on Rural Transport in Africa: Planning Infrastructure & Services. This paper follows the release of a previous paper on good policies and practices on rural transport t