Fostering Research and Intra-Africa knowledge transfer through Mobility and Education (FRAME) aims at strengthening research and education exchange to help finding solutions to the challenges of Food, Energy and Water Security (F.E.W.S) in Africa amid increased pressure from climate change, population, development and related impacts. FRAME has five African university partners (i.e. Buea, Cameroon; Hawassa, Ethiopia; KNUST, Ghana; Free State, South Africa and NUST, the applicant and coordinator, Namibia) with University of Twente, Faculty of ITC and Namibia Qualification Authority as technical and associate partners respectively. The objective of FRAME is to implement mobility via a strong graduate research and studies programme (GRSP) on Food, Energy, and Water Security (F.E.W.S) with a suite of academic programmes that contribute to this topic. The GRSP model is based on the research plan built on the needs of partner countries and using university centres as hosts of the mobility beneficiaries. Using GRSP, FRAME seeks to foster an integrated approach that encourages multi and trans-disciplinarily research aimed at contributing to the capacity required to improve F.E.W.S in partner countries.