Inclusive climate-resilient transport in Africa: assessment of the needs of transport stakeholders including disadvantaged groups

This report presents a summary of an assessment undertaken to understand the awareness that transport planners and decision-makers have of catering for the needs of disadvantaged groups. This includes the challenges transport planners and decision-makers face in incorporating the views of disadvantaged groups and climate resilience in the planning process. The needs assessment used a mixed-method approach consisting of a regional survey (135 participants), national focus groups (55) and stakeholder interviews (51), covering the countries of Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia. This evidence from over 200 stakeholders will support the development of a Guidance Framework on Inclusive Climate-Resilient Transport Planning in Africa for transport planners, decision-makers and representatives of disadvantaged groups.