Presentations from the first FOCUS-Africa External Stakeholder Workshop

Presentations from the second FOCUS-Africa External Stakeholder Workshop

For the second stakeholders’ workshop, Tanzania has been selected as the theme country. The discussions focused on exploring the stakeholders’ needs, challenges and capacities in terms of climate services in Tanzania. The workshop focused on three sectors: agriculture and food security, energy and infrastructure. The event was held online on 14-15 September 2021.

This virtual gathering brought together 200 participants from the Focus-Africa consortium members, international stakeholders, and African government officials, scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, policy makers, civil society among others from academia, public and private sectors, to discuss climate change impacts on Food security, Energy, and Infrastructure in Tanzania.

Use of Climate Predictions to Manage Risks

The Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) ensures that providers of climate prediction products interact more effectively with users to meet demand. The publication provides examples of currently available operational climate prediction products and services for

  • Agriculture and food security.
  • Water
  • Health
  • Disaster risk reduction 
  • Energy

Step-by-step Guidelines for Establishing a National Framework for Climate Services

This publication is intended to assist National Meteorological and Hydrological Services and their partner institutions at a national level, engaged under the five pillars of the Global Framework for Climate Services, to establish a National Framework for Climate Services. Such a national framework aims to coordinate institutions and enable them to work together to co-design, co-produce, communicate, deliver and use climate services for decision-making in climate-sensitive socioeconomic sectors. National Meteorological and Hydrological Services and other national institutions can use these guidelines in their entirety, adapt them to unique circumstances in their countries or use only the parts that they find useful.

Africa Partner Coordination Mechanism

The Africa Development Partner Coordination Mechanism (APCM) for Weather, Water and Climate Services provides a platform for the systematic exchange of project and programme information to enhance collaboration among development partners and harmonize interventions at the regional and national levels.

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