Elisabeth Vitswamba

Elisabeth graduated with her master of architecture from the University of Waterloo in 2015. She has contributed to building design, master planning, and community mapping projects in Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Nepal. Elisabeth is currently working on a range of architectural projects with Philip Beesley Architect and Rolf Seifert Architect in Toronto, Canada. She is a 2017 E4C Research Fellow.

Elisabeth Vitswamba

Mapping Precedents and Techniques: A Review

November 13, 2017

Digital tools have changed how mapping is performed in two ways: the tools can be used by anyone anywhere,...

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Elisabeth Vitswamba

Easing Land Conflict in DRC: An Introduction to Open-Source Mapping Tools

August 30, 2017

Beni, a vibrant city in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, is home to approximately half a million people , but...

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Elisabeth Vitswamba

Trend analysis of post-harvest ICT solutions in East Africa

November 12, 2018

Introduction Today a new paradigm of agricultural development is fast emerging: in both developing and developed countries, the traditional...

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Elisabeth Vitswamba

Technologies to Mitigate Aflatoxin

Introduction Technology has played a crucial role in shaping the agriculture sector. It has helped to increase the efficiency...

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