ICPAC works to improve the dissemination of Climate Information and Early Warnings across Eastern Africa. The dissemination of Climate Information is often identified as the may gap in the provision of Climate Services. ICPAC provides training to meteorological departments, journalists, and non governmental organisations.
Co-producing climate services
Co-design of climate services and User engagement in product design
Climate Information and Early Warnings
Dissemination of information and warnings and Advocacy for Climate Action
Dissemination of Climate Information and Trainings in Climate Reporting
Roundtables and Synergy building
Building public, private and media partnerships
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09 March 2022, Nairobi - Kenya: ICPAC, the IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre, has formally joined REAP (the Risk-informed Early Action Partnership), a global initiative that brings together key actors across the climate, humanitarian, and development sectors.
ICPAC provides climate services to 11 countries in the Greater Horn of Africa – the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) member states plus Burundi, Rwanda, and Tanzania. It aims to build resilience in a region deeply affected by climate change and extreme weather.
As the World Meteorological Organization’s Regional Climate Centre in East Africa, ICPAC will contribute its expertise on climate …
09 March 2022, Nairobi - Kenya: ICPAC, the IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre, has for…
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