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Start date23 May 2022
End date24 May 2022
Location: Bali, Indonesia/Hybrid
Please visit the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction for the most complete and up-to-date information on the Third Multi-Hazard Early Warning Conference (MHEWC-III). SENDAI FRAMEWORK MID-POINT The MHEWC-III is...
Open Consultative Platform (OCP)
Publish Date: 14 April 2022
A successful ten-year project in Haiti has demonstrated the challenges, opportunities and benefits involved in rebuilding and modernizing a national meteorological and hydrological service in an LDC which is regularly hit by extreme weather and climate change impacts.
Publish Date: 13 April 2022
Eastern Africa is facing the very real prospect that the rains will fail for a fourth consecutive season, placing Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia into a drought of a length not experienced in the last 40 years. Humanitarian agencies have issued urgent appeals for support to prevent widespread famine.
Weather, climate and water extremes are becoming more frequent and intense in many parts of the world as a result of climate change. More of us are exposed than ever before to multiple related hazards, which are themselves evolving as a result of population growth, urbanization and environmental degradation.
Publish Date: 12 April 2022
Climate change made extreme rainfall heavier and more damaging during five back-to-back storms in January and February in Madagascar, Malawi and Mozambique, according to rapid attribution analysis by an international team of leading climate scientists. More than a million people were affected, with 230 reported deaths.
Meteoworld : March 2022
Hail Arunachal Pradesh The WMO online Training Workshop on Severe Weather and Impact-based Warning Services for the South and Southeast Asia sub-regions from 28 February to 10 March addressed capacity...
Bulletin nº Vol 70 (2) - 2021
Publish Date: 8 October 2021
Over the last two decades, development agencies have invested hundreds of millions of US dollars in projects aimed at improving meteorological observing networks in developing countries. Their goal was, and remains, to assist those developing countries that cannot meet commitments to consistently operate and maintain their national observing networks and data exchange.