Bruce Frayne teaches in the International Development Program in the School for Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED), Faculty of Environment. His research interests fall within the broad ambit of sustainable cities, and encompass the three related areas of human migration, urbanization and food security, with a regional focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. Bruce has more than twenty years’ experience in international development, during which time he has managed a number of influential research, policy and capacity building networks, including the Southern African Migration Project (SAMP) for Queen’s University, the Regional Network on AIDS, Livelihoods and Food Security (RENEWAL) for the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and most recently the African Food Security Urban Network (AFSUN) for Queen’s University and the University of Cape Town.  


 

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expertise
  • Human Migration

  • Urbanization

  • Food Security