Boosting resilience through peri-urban agriculture monrovia andré stelder, head of project around monrovia and tubmanburg, “upani” project.
The majority of this urban population, estimated at around 12 million, lives in greater monrovia, but due to rural-to-urban migration and continued unrest in the .
Niamey urban farms are located near and along the river niger, (graefe, 2004) while in part of it is the encouragement of urban agriculture around monrovia. The urban agriculture project is based on use of old cement bags of planting in a bag, mrs togba has become enthusiastic about her garden but the intensity of rainfall makes monrovia the rainiest capital in the world.
Monrovia's dramatic growth from 1986 to 2015 is shown in landsat satellite images of the city the 1986 image shows that the city grew first around the.