Our Global Report addresses the future of cities globally, and introduces the approach and findings of PEAK Urban's five years of research across over 40 projects, from our innovative collaboration between research institutions in China, Colombia, India, South Africa and the United Kingdom.
Francisco Obando is responsible for the management of the Oxford Martin Programme on Informal Cities and for broadening of the impact of both the Informal Cities and the PEAK Urban programmes beyond academia.
Previously, Francisco managed the Healthy Neighbourhoods Project of the City of Quito and the Healthy Cities Programme of the Ministry of Health of Ecuador. Prior to moving to Ecuador, Francisco worked for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities as Project Officer of the Municipal Partners for Economic Development Programme.
He has an MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Urban Planning from the University of Toronto.