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|Title: ||SCENARIO INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD|
|Authors: ||OKOLI, GABRIEL CHUKWU|
BABATUNDE, AYODEJI EMMANUEL
LEMOHA, PEACE CHINONYE
LAWAL, KAMILU OLUWAFEMI
ATASIE, INNOCENT CHIBUEZE
SUPERVISED BY, PROF. C.J AGUNWAMBA
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2014|
|Publisher: ||YEFoN National (Nigerian Society of Engineers)|
|Citation: ||During the 2014 World Engineering Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure|
|Abstract: ||Infrastructure development and economic growth are mutually reinforcing, as infrastructure development plays a vital role in wealth creation. Infrastructure is at the core of good governance and in turn impacts the standard of living of the people.
The condition of infrastructure planning in Nigeria is in a deplorable state and hence good and sustainable infrastructure planning is needed in Nigeria not only to serve as a catalyst for economic growth.
In this project scenario infrastructure planning for sustainable livelihood, the current situation of infrastructure in Nigeria was analysed and ways of tackling the challenges identified were projected. Different plausible approaches were analysed using social, technology, economy, environment and political (STEEP) categories of infrastructure as the object for creating planning scenarios.
Finally, two different scenarios, 1 and 2 were used applying C54 and C53 respectively for the purpose of selecting the best assets combination to plan infrastructure for sustainable livelihood.|
|Description: ||THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED DURING THE PROJECT EXHIBITION SECTION OF THE 2014 WORLD ENGINEERING CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE.|
|Appears in Collections:||Computer Engineering Journal Publications|
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