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Lagos – an urban case study

Try this 15-question GCSE quiz to see how much you know about Lagos in Nigeria.

If you haven't already done it, work through the Lagos urban case study on the PowerPoint (especially the graph on page 12). Or look at it again to help fill any gaps in your knowledge!

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Quizzes // lagos urban case study quiz, q1. which of these countries does nigeria not share a border with, q2. what is the capital city of nigeria.

Port Harcourt

Q3. Where is Lagos located in Nigeria?

Central Nigeria

Northern Nigeria

On the Niger Delta

At the western end of Nigeria’s Atlantic coast

Q4. Which of these is not a bridge connecting mainland Lagos to the islands?

Eko Atlantic

Third Mainland

Q5. When did Lagos officially become a megacity of 10 million people?

Q6. where would you find the central business district of lagos.

Victoria Island

Lagos Island

Q7. What is the difference between top-down and bottom-up management?

Top-down is action taken by local people, whereas bottom up is action taken by those in charge, such as the government

Top-down is action taken by those in charge, such as the government, whereas bottom-up is action taken by local people

Top-down is a form of management that requires cranes or helicopters, whereas bottom-up can be done from the ground surface

Top-down management is more expensive than bottom-up management

Q8. What is sustainable urban development?

Improving the urban areas by making sure that water and energy are not wasteful

Improving a rundown area so it attracts new businesses

When new trees are planted in a city

Improving life for residents now without destroying the opportunities and environment for later generations

Q9. Which of these is does not contain a squatter settlement in Lagos?

Q10. what is an ngo.

Non-governmental organisation

Non-giving organisation

Net gain organisation

National giving organisation

lagos geography case study bbc bitesize

Q11. Study the graph on page 12 of the PowerPoint. Which of the following statements is true?

Between 1970 and 2020, the population of Lagos doubled

Between 1970 and 2020, the population of Lagos trebled

Between 1970 and 2020 the population of Lagos increased by 20 million people

Between 1970 and 2020, the population of Lagos increased by 11 million people

Q12. Study the graph again. Which of the following statements is true?

The population increased less in the 20 years from 2000 to 2020 than it did in the 20 years from 1950 to 1970

The population increased by the same amount in the 20 years from 2000 to 2020 as it did in the 20 years from 1950 to 1970

The population increased more in the 20 years from 2000 to 2020 than it did in the 20 years from 1950 to 1970

The population doubled from 1950 to 2020

Q13. Study the graph again. Which of the following is true?

Lagos became a megacity in 1990

Lagos became a megacity in 1950

Lagos became a megacity in 2010

Lagos became a megacity in 2020

Q14. Which of these is not a feature of the Makoko floating school?

Solar panel on the roof to generate electricity

Open space area for playing

Wind turbine on the roof

Floating platform base

Q15. Approximately how many of the 14 million Lagos inhabitants live in squatter settlements?

1.7 million

0.5 million

8.5 million

10.2 million

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Urbanisation Case Study: Lagos

Urban growth in lidcs: lagos.

Lagos' state government says the population of Lagos is 17.5 million. The national government claims it is 21 million people. Either way, Lagos is a megacity. It is the largest city in Nigeria.

Illustrative background for Demographic and healthcare

Demographic and healthcare

  • The annual rate of natural increase in Nigeria is 25% every 5 years.
  • The life expectancy of someone living in Lagos is 54.5 years. Across Nigeria as a whole, the average life expectancy is 53.4 years.
  • There are more doctors and hospitals in Lagos than in the surrounding rural areas.

Illustrative background for Social opportunities from urban growth

Social opportunities from urban growth

  • In some rural states, the adult literacy rate was as low as 14% and it was 57% on average in Nigeria.
  • Lagos has clean water supplies, electricity into housing and good entertainment centres and malls.

Illustrative background for Economic opportunities from urban growth

Economic opportunities from urban growth

  • This is 50% of all the startup investment in Africa and most of this funding was negotiated in Nigerian cities.
  • 30% of the Nigerian population works in agriculture.
  • In 2018, the GDP per capita in Lagos was $5,000 (twice the GDP per capita of Nigeria).
  • Lagos is Nigeria's biggest city for banking, investment, and international transactions.

Illustrative background for Housing opportunities

Housing opportunities

  • Despite urban growth, housing in Nigeria is 77% more expensive and food is 26% more expensive in African cities (vs rural areas).

Challenges of Urban Growth in Lagos

The rapid growth of Lagos has created challenges for the people living there and the local government.

Illustrative background for Managing urban growth and slums in Lagos

Managing urban growth and slums in Lagos

  • In 2016, the World Bank found that 2/3 of people living in Nigeria lived in slums.
  • Makoko, Badia, and Agege are some of the largest slums in Lagos.
  • Lots of people in the Makoko slum moved to Lagos to earn a living fishing. However, the waters near the slum are full of sewage and fish struggle to live there. These fishermen struggle to get other jobs.
  • Many of the children living in the Lagos slums do not go to school.

Illustrative background for Crime and unemployment in Lagos

Crime and unemployment in Lagos

  • Unemployed men who live in the Makoko slum create vigilante groups to provide security. These people are called 'Area Boys'.
  • Fishermen struggle to catch fish and earn a living.
  • Lots of people scavenge for rubbish in the city to try to earn a living.
  • Nigeria's murder rate is 9.85 murders per 100,000 people. In the UK it is 1.2 per 100,000 people.

Illustrative background for Environmental issues in Lagos

Environmental issues in Lagos

  • There are 1 million cars in Lagos and their emissions can contribute to things like acid rain. Traffic is awful in Lagos, public transport is bad and a few key bridges act as bottlenecks for all the cars.
  • Smog is a problem in Lagos.
  • Air pollution is measured using a metric called PM2.5. A safe level is 56 and in 2016, parts of Lagos had PM2.5 readings of 217. This shows that the air in Lagos is very polluted and could be dangerous to the inhabitants of the city.
  • The Olusosun landfill site is the largest dump in Africa. 10,000 tons of rubbish is put in the ground there each day. It gets 3.1 stars on Google Reviews.

Illustrative background for Clean water and sanitation in Lagos

Clean water and sanitation in Lagos

  • People drink water from the area where fishermen fish and people go to the toilet in the same water. This spreads waterborne diseases like cholera.
  • The World Bank has given funding to try to improve the sanitation in the Lagos slums.
  • The water in Lagos' lagoon is too polluted to be used as drinking water.
  • Between 67% and 81% of people have daily access to clean water in Lagos.

1 The Challenge of Natural Hazards

1.1 Natural Hazards

1.1.1 Types of Natural Hazards

1.1.2 Hazard Risk

1.1.3 Consequences of Natural Hazards

1.1.4 End of Topic Test - Natural Hazards

1.1.5 Exam-Style Questions - Natural Hazards

1.2 Tectonic Hazards

1.2.1 Tectonic Plates

1.2.2 Tectonic Plates & Convection Currents

1.2.3 Plate Margins

1.2.4 Volcanoes

1.2.5 Effects of Volcanoes

1.2.6 Responses to Volcanic Eruptions

1.2.7 Earthquakes

1.2.8 Earthquakes 2

1.2.9 Responses to Earthquakes

1.2.10 Case Studies: The L'Aquila & Kashmir Earthquakes

1.2.11 Earthquake Case Study: Chile 2010

1.2.12 Earthquake Case Study: Nepal 2015

1.2.13 Living with Tectonic Hazards 1

1.2.14 Living with Tectonic Hazards 2

1.2.15 End of Topic Test - Tectonic Hazards

1.2.16 Exam-Style Questions - Tectonic Hazards

1.2.17 Tectonic Hazards - Statistical Skills

1.3 Weather Hazards

1.3.1 Global Atmospheric Circulation

1.3.2 Surface Winds

1.3.3 UK Weather Hazards

1.3.4 Tropical Storms

1.3.5 Features of Tropical Storms

1.3.6 Impact of Tropical Storms 1

1.3.7 Impact of Tropical Storms 2

1.3.8 Tropical Storms Case Study: Katrina

1.3.9 Tropical Storms Case Study: Haiyan

1.3.10 UK Weather Hazards Case Study: Somerset 2014

1.3.11 End of Topic Test - Weather Hazards

1.3.12 Exam-Style Questions - Weather Hazards

1.3.13 Weather Hazards - Statistical Skills

1.4 Climate Change

1.4.1 Evidence for Climate Change

1.4.2 Causes of Climate Change

1.4.3 Effects of Climate Change

1.4.4 Managing Climate Change

1.4.5 End of Topic Test - Climate Change

1.4.6 Exam-Style Questions - Climate Change

1.4.7 Climate Change - Statistical Skills

2 The Living World

2.1 Ecosystems

2.1.1 Ecosystems

2.1.2 Ecosystem Cascades & Global Ecosystems

2.1.3 Ecosystem Case Study: Freshwater Ponds

2.2 Tropical Rainforests

2.2.1 Tropical Rainforests - Intro & Interdependence

2.2.2 Adaptations

2.2.3 Biodiversity of Tropical Rainforests

2.2.4 Deforestation

2.2.5 Case Study: Deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest

2.2.6 Sustainable Management of Rainforests

2.2.7 Case Study: Malaysian Rainforest

2.2.8 End of Topic Test - Tropical Rainforests

2.2.9 Exam-Style Questions - Tropical Rainforests

2.2.10 Deforestation - Statistical Skills

2.3 Hot Deserts

2.3.1 Overview of Hot Deserts

2.3.2 Biodiversity & Adaptation to Hot Deserts

2.3.3 Case Study: Sahara Desert

2.3.4 Desertification

2.3.5 Case Study: Thar Desert

2.3.6 End of Topic Test - Hot Deserts

2.3.7 Exam-Style Questions - Hot Deserts

2.4 Tundra & Polar Environments

2.4.1 Overview of Cold Environments

2.4.2 Adaptations in Cold Environments

2.4.3 Biodiversity in Cold Environments

2.4.4 Case Study: Alaska

2.4.5 Sustainable Management

2.4.6 Case Study: Svalbard

2.4.7 End of Topic Test - Tundra & Polar Environments

2.4.8 Exam-Style Questions - Cold Environments

3 Physical Landscapes in the UK

3.1 The UK Physical Landscape

3.1.1 The UK Physical Landscape

3.2 Coastal Landscapes in the UK

3.2.1 Types of Wave

3.2.2 Weathering & Mass Movement

3.2.3 Processes of Erosion & Wave-Cut Platforms

3.2.4 Headlands, Bays, Caves, Arches & Stacks

3.2.5 Transportation

3.2.6 Deposition

3.2.7 Spits, Bars & Sand Dunes

3.2.8 Case Study: Landforms on the Dorset Coast

3.2.9 Types of Coastal Management 1

3.2.10 Types of Coastal Management 2

3.2.11 Coastal Management Case Study - Holderness

3.2.12 Coastal Management Case Study: Swanage

3.2.13 Coastal Management Case Study - Lyme Regis

3.2.14 End of Topic Test - Coastal Landscapes in the UK

3.2.15 Exam-Style Questions - Coasts

3.3 River Landscapes in the UK

3.3.1 The River Valley

3.3.2 River Valley Case Study - River Tees

3.3.3 Erosion

3.3.4 Transportation & Deposition

3.3.5 Waterfalls, Gorges & Interlocking Spurs

3.3.6 Meanders & Oxbow Lakes

3.3.7 Floodplains & Levees

3.3.8 Estuaries

3.3.9 Case Study: The River Clyde

3.3.10 River Management

3.3.11 Hard & Soft Flood Defences

3.3.12 River Management Case Study - Boscastle

3.3.13 River Management Case Study - Banbury

3.3.14 End of Topic Test - River Landscapes in the UK

3.3.15 Exam-Style Questions - Rivers

3.4 Glacial Landscapes in the UK

3.4.1 Erosion

3.4.2 Landforms Caused by Erosion

3.4.3 Landforms Caused by Transportation & Deposition

3.4.4 Snowdonia

3.4.5 Land Use in Glaciated Areas

3.4.6 Tourism in Glacial Landscapes

3.4.7 Case Study - Lake District

3.4.8 End of Topic Test - Glacial Landscapes in the UK

3.4.9 Exam-Style Questions - Glacial Landscapes

4 Urban Issues & Challenges

4.1 Urban Issues & Challenges

4.1.1 Urbanisation

4.1.2 Urbanisation Case Study: Lagos

4.1.3 Urbanisation Case Study: Rio de Janeiro

4.1.4 UK Cities

4.1.5 Case Study: Urban Regen Projects - Manchester

4.1.6 Case Study: Urban Change in Liverpool

4.1.7 Case Study: Urban Change in Bristol

4.1.8 Sustainable Urban Life

4.1.9 End of Topic Test - Urban Issues & Challenges

4.1.10 Exam-Style Questions - Urban Issues & Challenges

4.1.11 Urban Issues -Statistical Skills

5 The Changing Economic World

5.1 The Changing Economic World

5.1.1 Measuring Development

5.1.2 Classifying Countries Based on Wealth

5.1.3 The Demographic Transition Model

5.1.4 Physical & Historical Causes of Uneven Development

5.1.5 Economic Causes of Uneven Development

5.1.6 How Can We Reduce the Global Development Gap?

5.1.7 Case Study: Tourism in Kenya

5.1.8 Case Study: Tourism in Jamaica

5.1.9 Case Study: Economic Development in India

5.1.10 Case Study: Aid & Development in India

5.1.11 Case Study: Economic Development in Nigeria

5.1.12 Case Study: Aid & Development in Nigeria

5.1.13 Economic Development in the UK

5.1.14 Economic Development UK: Industry & Rural

5.1.15 Economic Development UK: Transport & North-South

5.1.16 Economic Development UK: Regional & Global

5.1.17 End of Topic Test - The Changing Economic World

5.1.18 Exam-Style Questions - The Changing Economic World

5.1.19 Changing Economic World - Statistical Skills

6 The Challenge of Resource Management

6.1 Resource Management

6.1.1 Global Distribution of Resources

6.1.2 Food in the UK

6.1.3 Water in the UK 1

6.1.4 Water in the UK 2

6.1.5 Energy in the UK

6.1.6 Resource Management - Statistical Skills

6.2.1 Areas of Food Surplus & Food Deficit

6.2.2 Food Supply & Food Insecurity

6.2.3 Increasing Food Supply

6.2.4 Case Study: Thanet Earth

6.2.5 Creating a Sustainable Food Supply

6.2.6 Case Study: Agroforestry in Mali

6.2.7 End of Topic Test - Food

6.2.8 Exam-Style Questions - Food

6.2.9 Food - Statistical Skills

6.3.1 The Global Demand for Water

6.3.2 What Affects the Availability of Water?

6.3.3 Increasing Water Supplies

6.3.4 Case Study: Water Transfer in China

6.3.5 Sustainable Water Supply

6.3.6 Case Study: Kenya's Sand Dams

6.3.7 Case Study: Lesotho Highland Water Project

6.3.8 Case Study: Wakel River Basin Project

6.3.9 Exam-Style Questions - Water

6.3.10 Water - Statistical Skills

6.4.1 Global Demand for Energy

6.4.2 Factors Affecting Energy Supply

6.4.3 Increasing Energy Supply: Renewables

6.4.4 Increasing Energy Supply: Non-Renewables

6.4.5 Carbon Footprints & Energy Conservation

6.4.6 Case Study: Rice Husks in Bihar

6.4.7 Exam-Style Questions - Energy

6.4.8 Energy - Statistical Skills

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Lagos GCSE Geography case study

Lagos GCSE Geography case study

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Lesson as part of SOW on: *AQA GCSE Geography Paper 2: Challenges in the human environment. Section A. Urban issues and challenges *

Introduction to their NEE case study of how urban growth creates opportunities and challenges: LAGOS, NIGERIA.

Lesson covers:

  • introduction to their case study of Lagos, Nigeria
  • location of Lagos
  • Key features of Lagos
  • importance of Lagos
  • Why Lagos has grown in size
  • How Lagos is viewed by residents
  • A 6 mark exam question

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