This 2019 State of Climate Services Report, presented by the World Meteorological Organization focuses on agriculture and food security.
It reviews countries’ priorities on climate services for adaptation, noting that agriculture is one of the highest, and identifies priority capacity needs. It examines capacity gaps across six components of the climate services value chain including: governance, basic systems, user interface, capacity development, provision and application of climate services, and monitoring and evaluation.
Find here the entire presentation of our speakers from the World Meteorological Organization, the World Food Programme and the Climate Centre helps the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre.
on the same topicEvaluation documentpublished in December 2020Evaluation documentWhat policies should be implemented to promote agro-ecological intensification and reduce inequalities in the Peanut Basin of Senegal?published in December 2020Research documentpublished in December 2020Research documentpublished in December 2020Institutional documentpublished in December 2020Research documentPersistence of inequality in access to water: A look at the actions of women in peri-urban territories of the city of El Altopublished in November 2020