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Register to Have your Say on Africa Urban Planning and Designing
Policies before the 30th August 2017  www.uidc-ea.org

The conference is limited to only 200 delegates.

Is Africa Urban Phenomenon waking up the African Continent?

What will be the destination in this new era?

Are New Urban Technologies (off-grid tech, Autonomous Vehicles,
On-line media, nano-technology) driving New Economic Growth models?

What are the driving forces behind Urban Evolution is it;

a. The forces of capital
b. Environmental concerns and Africa Geographies
c. Technological Revolution
d. Gender Structures?

What exactly is meant by the 4th industrial revolution in Africa?

It would be a plus if we can have more female experts (with
experiences from organised cities) to the conference to talk about
their experiences, desires and needs for a city with children, safer
architecture, engineering designs and streets.

This year’s conference handles very technical issues of the inevitable
urban transformation as a result of technological progress re:
autonomous and electric vehicles, urban infrastructure design, off
grid networks and utilities, remote controlled devices etc., for smart
cities and integration of technology into social life and space.

So kindly pass this message around to your networks.

If you accept the invitation send me a passport photo and short CV/Profile

If your organisation, corporation or firm wish to partner or sponsor
annual UIDC conferences, infrastructure development or real estate
investment in Uganda you are welcome to contact Mr. Daniel Bwanika at
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I have no funding available for this conference so delegates will pay a
small fee as appended on the website.

Best Wishes

Daniel Bwanika

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