Urban Poverty in East Africa: a comparative analysis of the trajectories of Nairobi and Kampala, CPRC Working Paper No. 39

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to document and explain the changing nature of urban poverty in East Africa since 1970, in particular in the two cities of Kampala and Nairobi. It will argue that the concept of proleterianization is helpful in understanding the changes in urban poverty and politics.

Citation

Amis, P. Urban Poverty in East Africa: a comparative analysis of the trajectories of Nairobi and Kampala, CPRC Working Paper No. 39. (2004) 19 pp.

Urban Poverty in East Africa: a comparative analysis of the trajectories of Nairobi and Kampala, CPRC Working Paper No. 39

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