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IGAD and FAO call for urgent actions to mitigate the impacts of drought across the Horn of Africa

18 November 2021, Nairobi – Vulnerable communities in the IGAD region continue to experience a comp…

Food Security Alert October 2021
Alerts and Early Warning
Food Security Alert October 2021

Two consecutive poor rainy seasons in parts of the East Africa region, particularly, eastern Kenya,…

Eastern Africa Crop Monitor, 7
Crop Monitor
Eastern Africa Crop Monitor, 7

The cropping season was characterised by a timely start in western parts of the equatorial region a…

Summary for Decision Makers, October to December 2021
Summary for Decision Makers, October to December 2021

Download our latest Summary for Decision Makers with impacts and advisories for the following secto…

Our Users Say...

  • We really appreciate ICPAC timely forecasts. The monthly and seasonal forecasts are especially relevant to us to advise farmers. Especially during wet weather, it helps us preserve feeds, prepare the land for fodder, harvest water, and initiate vaccination programs to control outbreaks.

    Beatrice Otieno - Brookside

  • ICPAC has been very instrumental in breaking down weather information for our media partners using simplified visuals like maps and icons. This has in turn helped our media partners to better understand how to communicate and package weather and climate content to the end users.

    David Njuguna - BBC Media Action