Julie Ingram and Rob Berry will be Cairo next week continuing CCRI’s collaboration with Research Institute for Sustainable Environment (RISE) at the American University Cairo (AUC), where they will be running workshops aimed to improve better water management for small holder farmers in Egypt.
Drs Kenny Lynch (School of Natural and Social Sciences, University of Gloucestershire) and Julie Ingram are coordinating a Workshop in Cairo on ‘Ecosystem services in informal settlements in Cairo’ on 25th to 27th February.
Julie Ingram will be in Kazakhstan from the 14th to 18th November, at a British Council Researcher Links Workshop on Management of Innovation in the Agricultural Sector. Julie is acting as mentor for the coordinators of the workshop which aims to increase research capacity of UK and Kazakhstani early career researchers and promote collaboration between them.
The University of Gloucestershire has been working with researchers from South Africa and Egypt to develop understanding of how new research methods to evaluate ecosystem services can help secure water and food security and therefore support poverty alleviation.
More pictures have been published from the Tri-lateral Researcher Links Workshop in Stellenbosch, South Africa, which Julie Ingram and Kenny Lynch (School of Natural and Social Sciences, University of Gloucestershire) led from 29th September to 1st October.
Julie Ingram and Kenny Lynch are leading a Tri-lateral Researcher Links Workshop in Stellenbosch from 29th September to 1st October, thanks to funding secured earlier this year from the UK’s Newton Fund, supported by a British Council Researcher Links award.
Julie Ingram and Kenny Lynch (School of Natural and Social Sciences, University of Gloucestershire) have secured funding from the UK’s Newton Fund to work with researchers from Egypt and South Africa on understanding water and food security issues. The support comes from a British Council Researcher Links award.