Mobilité des femmes dans les villes africaines – Comment expliquer les inégalités d’accès?

In developing cities, women’s accessibility to daily mobility is lower than that of their male counterparts. Yet these gender-based inequalities can be seen to slow down the dynamics of development and poverty reduction. Therefore, this publication aims to provide information on the determinants of women’s lesser accessibility in order to examine the actions that can reduce these inequalities in access and orientate mobility policies.

The analysis of travel surveys (HTS) conducted between 2015 and 2020 in the five African cities of Casablanca and Tangier (Morocco), Sousse (Tunisia), Dakar (Senegal) and Yaoundé (Cameroon) makes it possible to assess the extent of inequalities in the cities concerned and to highlight different trends between Maghreb and sub-Saharan African cities.

Language: French

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