Final Presentation TU Delft

As a wrap-up of our project period, we presented our work today at the faculty of civil engineering at TU Delft. Thank you to our supporting partners, friends and family for attending and the great questions afterwards. Working on this project has been an incredible experience during our master program. Through continued university collaboration, we will make sure that our research contributes to make Accra a safer place to live. If you have any questions, or would like to learn more from our work, don't hesitate to contact us info@floodriskaccra.com

 

The deliverables can be downloaded from our website

  1. Methodology Report 
  2. Project Shapefiles

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Comments: 5
  • #1

    Gideon Lomoko (Monday, 26 September 2016 15:26)

    Well done guys!!!!! I am so proud of you!!!!
    We all had a good time with this project in terms of experience and other exciting moments. We learnt a lot and we hoping this project will open doors to other bigger ones. We also hope that the findings in this document will help curb the flooding situation to an extent.

  • #2

    Enock Seth Nyamador (Wednesday, 05 October 2016 20:50)

    Thanks for sharing.

  • #3

    jhonny (Sunday, 30 October 2016 06:14)

    Is a interesting strory, i work in flood defence it is a good jobs
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  • #4

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  • #5

    San Diego Water Damage (Friday, 23 December 2016 08:28)

    Further flood protection measures would rely on the City upgrading its stormwater pipe-work and tide gates, creating neighbourhood dry-wells and cisterns, and developing its ‘green infrastructure’, such as greenways, levees and detention ponds. A longer term vision involves elevating whole neighbourhoods at a time, with roads, infrastructure and terrain being raised along with houses, to a new safe level, or installing a large-scale flood barrier. This would obviously be extremely costly and financial mechanisms for collecting the necessary resources would be complex.