About 200 scientists and practitioners working in academic, governmental, business, or civil society organizations in the EAC have been gathered to benefit either through direct engagement in research or through participation in capacity development events organized through a Community of Practice, a vital component of this project.
More information on activities and how to join the community of practice.
Developing the capacities of young researchers in the region to take care scaling challenges prompted us to put in place a scholarship programme. ScaleWAYS has supported 10 women and men from the LVBC countries in carrying out their master studies while contributing knowledge to scaleWAYS and its partners. The integration of local students with international researchers provides mutual benefits.
We organise a series of internal and public webinars on agroecology, insights from the deep dives into rice and forage production, and the political economy analysis. Also, these webinars are platforms for exchange of diverse perspectives on critical topics that influence the scaling of sustainable water and land management in the Lake Victoria basin.