Amy Weimann is a Junior Research Fellow affiliated with the African Centre for Cities, and a Public Health PhD candidate at the School of Public Health & Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town. As an urban geographer in the field of Urban Health, her current research focuses on intersectoral approaches to addressing urban health challenges, particularly in the context of informal settlement housing. She has research experience in exploring the spatial distribution of HIV, tuberculosis and non-communicable diseases in South Africa, and has previously worked in local government analysing the South African Census data, crime data, and developing monitoring indices comprising demographic, socio-economic and health data.
Amy Weimann, Warren Smit August 18, 2020
Health through human settlements: Investigating policymakers’ perceptions of human settlement action for population health improvement in urban South Africa
ACC’s Amy Weimann and Warren Smit, are co-authors along with Noxolo Kabane, Tracy Jooste, Anthony Hawkridge and Tolu Oni, of Health through human settlements: Investigating policymakers’ perceptions of human settlement action for population health improvement in urban South Africa published in Habitat International. ABSTRACT Informal settlements, characterised by inadequate living conditions and high disease burdens, […]
Amy Weimann October 7, 2019