NAMURBAN project researched urban development using Namibia as a pilot country.
It brought Finnish and Namibian partners together to meet the local needs in Namibia with research, technology and capacity building.
The research work focused on affordable housing, water and sanitation, waste management, renewable energy and logistics.
See further information about the NAMURBAN project on the final report published online:
NAMURBAN : Urban Resource Efficiency in Developing Countries Pilot Walvis Bay, Namibia : Final report
Video 1: Launching the project
Video 2: Project in action
Video 3: Project overview 2017
Urban Resource Efficiency in Developing Countries. Pilot study of Walvis Bay, Namibia.
440 000€ (approx. 6.6 Milloin NAD)
TEKES – Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences
And seven Finnish companies
Minna Keinänen-Toivola, Ph.D.
+358 44 710 3063 | minna.keinanen-toivola(at)samk.fi
NAMURBAN project is part of the international multiscientific Smart Urban Business research work in Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland.