Building Research Capacity for sustainable water and food security in sub-saharan Africa

BRECcIA

BRECcIA project is now completed. Please contact justin.sheffield@soton.ac.uk or contact us via our LinkedIn for any information on future collaborations.

BRECcIA was a four year UKRI Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) program which aimed to develop research capacity across institutions that is self-sustaining and focused on improving food and water security for the poorest of society.

Our vision was to strengthen research capacity and capabilities in institutions in Malawi, Kenya and Ghana to carry out impactful research that leads to positive policy and practice change for sustainable water and food security, which will have benefits for the 270 million people living in the Sub Saharan Africa drylands.

Who We Are

The video below tells an exciting story about BRECcIA including statistics, testimonials and future plans for the project

Legacy Events

We have events that occur regularly even after the completion of the BRECcIA project. They will appear here as soon as they are scheduled, so keep an eye out for these!

Funding

BRECcIA is funded under the United Kingdom Research & Innovation (UKRI) Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) programmes call for Growing research capability to meet the challenges faced by developing countries (GROW).