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Renewable Energy Transition in Africa

By Timothy Ranja

With contributions from the ICPAC Climate Change Technical Working Group

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Energy access and affordability is closely linked to socio-economic growth and sustainable development. Clean energy is essential in eradicating poverty …

13 Aug 2021 Read More
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IGAD Signs USD 3 Million Grant with World Bank for the Formation of an Inter-Regional Platform on the Management of Desert Locusts

Nairobi, 05th of August, 2021: The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has signed a three year, 3 million USD grant with the World Bank to set up an Inter-Regional Platform for the Sustainable Management of …

05 Aug 2021 Read More
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Aligning Research to Inform Climate Policies, Plans and Practice in Africa

By Dr. Geoffrey Sabiiti

With contributions from the ICPAC Climate Change Technical Working Group

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Planning for climate change smart actions and solutions requires a great deal of information. Despite minimal benefits …

26 Jul 2021 Read More
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Community Engagement and Accountability in Weather and Climate Communication

By Collison Lore

With contributions from the ICPAC Climate Change Technical Working Group

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Community engagement and accountability (CEA) is an approach supported by a set of activities that place communities at …

19 Jul 2021 Read More
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Climate Extremes: the Crucial Importance of Risk Information Beyond Borders

by Abubakr A. M. Salih, Erick Otenyo, Marta Baraibar and Viola Otieno

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East Africa Hazards Watch

The East Africa Hazards Watch supports tracking extreme events such as drought, cyclones, pests (desert locust), heavy rainfall, floods, …

05 Jul 2021 Read More
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IGAD launches Hazards Watch for East Africa

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The East Africa Hazards Watch supports tracking extreme events such as drought, cyclones, pests (desert locust), heavy rainfall, floods or crop failures, which are increasing in frequency and intensity due to climate change.

About 90% …

30 Jun 2021 Read More