Enhancing Climate Change Resilience in East Africa (ECREA)

Project overview

The International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) are leading the £1.2 million Enhancing Climate Change Resilience in East Africa (ECREA)  project which aims to improve the resilience of people and the adaptive capacity of Eastern African countries to prepare for and respond to the effects of extreme weather, seasonal events and longer-term climate change.

By 2025, the ECREA project is expected to lead to better access to enhanced weather and climate information services amongst 400,000 bean farmers directly and indirectly to 3 million other agricultural sector stakeholders and value chain actors.  

You may also be interested in the following websites:

Building Resilience & Adaptation to Climate Extremes & Disaster (BRACED)

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)

Future Climate for Africa (FCFA)