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Braimah R Farouk is the Ghanain Network Lead for Slum Dwellers’ International, an organization that supports residents of informal settlements to plan and conduct community mapping and enumeration activities, then leverage these data to engage with governments and negotiate policy solutions that meet local needs and priorities. He is also the founder and Executive Director of People’s Dialogue on Human Settlements, a Ghanaian development organization committed to building collaborative partnerships between communities and local governments in contexts of urban poverty, landlessness, joblessness, and homelessness. He is the co-author of “If in doubt, count”: the role of community-driven enumerations in blocking eviction in Old Fadama, Accra.