Pearl Puwurayire M.Phil.
Akademische Mitarbeiterin / Doktorandin

Konrad-Wachsmann-Allee 4
03046 Cottbus
LG 2B, R. 1.16

Tel.   +49 355 - 69 2075
Fax.  +49 355 - 69 3046

puwurayi(at)b-tu.de

09/2021 - DateDoctoral Researcher for the project "hybrid urbanisms"
02/2021– DateAssistant Lecturer: Department of Planning and Sustainability, University of Energy and Natural Resources
01/2020Research Assistant: Department of Planning and Sustainability, University of Energy and Natural Resources
10/2016 - DateProject Facilitator and Co-founder: Cause a Smile Foundation
11/2018 -12/2019Internship: Atwima Nwabiagya District Assembly (District Co-ordinating Planning Unit)
2017 - 2019M. Phil. Development Studies: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
2012 - 2016B. Sc. Planning: University for Development Studies

2020
Deciphering the drivers of informal urbanization in Ghana through the lens of the push-pull theory 

2017-2019
Occupational Health and Safety Practices of Informal Solid Waste Collectors 

Challenges and Contribution of Motor tricycles to Rural Mobility; The Case of Piisi Community-Upper West Region, Ghana

2013-2014
Comprehensive report on the profile and needs of Mpatasie Community – Ghana 

Abagna Azunre,G/Azerigyik,R/Puwurayire,P (2021): Eciphering the drivers of informal urbanization by Ghana’s Urban Poor through the lens of the Push-Pull Theory. in: Planning Forum UT [online] https://sites.utexas.edu/planningforum/article-1-deciphering-the-drivers-of-informal-urbanization-by-ghanas-urban-poor-through-the-lens-of-the-push-pull-theory/?fbclid=IwAR39U-z9cDbtULP9D8wGy2sJ8szLHjpccT_DUbFkCPHsBOAqYyAp5z2Fih8

Urbanisation and Urban Development

Urban Informal Economy

Urban Environmental Health and Managemen

Urban Disaster and Risk Reduction