Building Urban Community Networks for Sustainable Cities in Africa

Dr. Josephine Malonza is an architect and urban designer, keen on the dialectical relations between Architecture and society, especially the quality of life in human settlements. She holds a PhD in Architecture from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. She is the founding dean, of the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, in the University of Rwanda. She is in international research collaborations with the Centre for Sustainable Healthy and Learning Cities (SHLC), UNHabitat and the Global green growth Initiative (GGGI). She was the vice chair of the Technical Advisory Group supporting the city of Kigali in the revision of the Kigali city Masterplan (2018-2020).