Finding clues for daily survival
The Nigerian city of Jos portrays the struggle to adjust to the endemic malfunctioning of its infrastructures. The life of the ordinary inhabitant in Jos is much dictated by his ability to devise ways and means of overcoming the challenges posed by the lack of basic necessities such as water, electricity and fuel. The erratic infrastructure as well as fragile peaceful co-existence have compelled the people to figure out whether the malfunction s are man-made or by powerful forces.
Read the article by NAI researchers Erik and Ulrika Trovalla in the Journal City