The Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forums (GHACOF) bring together climate scientists, meteorologists and experts from multiple sectors to evaluate potential impacts of the seasonal forecast and co-produce mitigation measures.
The Fifty Eighth Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum (GHACOF 58) is for the June to September (JJAS) 2021 season. The theme of the forum will be "Climate Services for Early Action”.
The agenda to GHACOF 58 events and access to the registration links will be activated soon. Check our website regularly for updates.
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Climate Change and Public Health
Climate Change affects the social and environmental determinants of health, namely clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food and secure shelter. Projecting approximately 250 000 additional deaths per year, from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea and heat …
Training on use of Climate Data Tool (CDT) for Generation of Agro-meteorological Information in Malawi and Tanzania
ICPAC, through the support of WMO, plans to conduct a 3-day training on Climate Data Tool (CDT) for data managers, climate data analysts, and forecasters at Tanzania and Malawi Meteorological and Climate Services in order …
Co-production: Forecast Based Agricultural Advisories and Media Engagement
ICPAC, Uganda National Meteorological Authority (UNMA), and Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD), in collaboration with WMO, and FAO under ACREI project will hold a virtual Participatory Scenario Planning (PSP) workshop for Isingiro and Sembabule districts, Uganda, …
Webinar: Climate Change, Hydrology and Water Resources in East Africa
ICPAC has launched a series of webinars as a forum to promote strategic regional dialogue around the impacts of climate change on different socioeconomic sectors. The overall goal of this effort is to highlight the …
Pre COF: Capacity Building and Production of the Forecast
Capacity building and climate prediction development workshop for climate experts from the participating National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs). Attendance is by invitation only.