The research brings a new dimension towards improving seasonal rainfall forecasts over the Greater Horn of Africa by employing sub-selecting ensemble members from seasonal prediction system.
Based on an in-depth user needs assessment, flood hazard and streamflow forecasts are critical indicators for early warning and resource management.
The WRF model high-resolution simulations can capture the local effects such as land-lake breezes, mountain effects, and heterogeneous vegetation cover, often not captured by the Global Climate Models (GCMs).
Climate change poses an urgent global challenge that demands action at both local and global scales. In Hargeisa and Mogadishu,… Read More »Empowering Climate Change Journalism: A Transformative Workshop in Hargeisa and Mogadishu, Somalia
This webinar will feature an overview of the ENSO, Indian Ocean Dipole, and Madden Julian Oscillation phenomena and their teleconnection with climate variability in Eastern and Southern Africa. I
By Joyce Jelagat With contributions from the IGAD Climate Change Technical Working Group Effective communication is an essential component of… Read More »Strengthening Communication of Weather and Climate Information in Eastern Africa
Report on Synergy Building in weather and climate: Partnership between NMHs, Policy makers, Media, and Private sector in East Africa
This report provides an overview of the training and capacity building activities under Work Package 4 (WP4) of the CONFER project, regarding outcomes and recommendations, as well as contribution to
achieving CONFER’s objectives.
Seasonal forecast for June to September (JJAS) 2023 The Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum (GHACOF 64) will bring… Read More »GHACOF 64: Seasonal forecast for June to September (JJAS) 2023