Increasing temperatures, higher rainfall variability, and shorter seasons (late onsets and early withdrawal of the rains) are already affecting millions of people across Eastern Africa. At ICPAC, we work to improve our understanding of climate trends, build scenarios, and analyse impacts. The high reliance of the majority of our region’s population on climate dependent resources, such as small scale farming, fishing or pastoralism, makes it one of the most vulnerable of the world to a changing climate.
Trends and projections
Analyse trends and projections of rainfall, temperature and extreme weather
Analyse Climate Extremes
Understand drivers of climate and weather extremes (ENSO, IOD, AMO).
Understand impacts of Climate Change on livelihoods.
We analyse different climate scenarios.
Advocacy for Climate Action
We advocate for Climate Change mitigation and adaptation.
Access to Climate Finance
Increase access of member countries to Climate Finance
Dry conditions highly likely to continue over the Horn of Africa during the March to May 2023 rainfall season..
22 February 2023, Nairobi (Kenya) - After almost three years of persistent drought conditions, IGAD…
Climate Reporting Awards for Female Journalists in East Africa
ICPAC and its partners want to encourage female journalists to cover the climate beat. We call on E…
Summary for Decision Makers, March to May 2023 Season
Download our latest Summary for Decision Makers with impacts and advisories for the following secto…
Technical Statement from the 63rd Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum (GHACOF63)
March to May (MAM) constitutes an important rainfall season, particularly in the equatorial parts o…