WISER news

WISER programme newsletter - October 2019

Read the latest issue of the WISER newsletter for the latest news from the whole programme. To subscribe to receive future issues directly, email us.

 

WISER programme newsletter - July 2019

Read the latest issue of the WISER newsletter for the latest news from the whole programme. To subscribe to receive future issues directly, email us.

 

WISER programme newsletter - April 2019

Read the latest issue of the WISER newsletter for the latest news from the whole programme. To subscribe to receive future issues directly, email us.

 

WISER programme newsletter - January 2019

Read the latest issue of the WISER newsletter for the latest news from the whole programme. To subscribe to receive future issues directly, email us.

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East African climate services connect with local communities - December 2018

This blog post published by CDKN highlights the impact of the WISER programme.

 

DARAJA in the news - December 2018

This article on the Thomson Reuters website is regarding the WISER DARAJA project.

 

WISER programme newsletter - November 2018

Read the first issue of the WISER newsletter for the latest news from the whole programme. To subscribe to receive future issues directly, email us.

 

Blog post on the impact of the WISER programme - July 2018

A blog post entitled 'Impacting lives and livelihoods by improving weather and climate services in East Africa' by WISER Met Office Technical Lead, Bill Leathes, in which he shares some of the impacts of the programme so far.

 

Blog post on the HIGHWAY project - June 2018

The blog post entitled 'understanding the weather information needs of fishermen on Lake Victoria' is written by Met Office International Development Manager Becky Venton, and talks about her user engagement experiences for the HIGHWAY project.

 

Blog post on MHEWS Tanzania project - April 2018

The blog post entitled 'Supporting the delivery of an early warning system through co-production and user engagement' was written by Met Office International Development Manager Becky Venton, and focuses on co-production and user engagement.

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You may also be interested in the following websites:

African Climate Policy Centre (ACPC) 

Building Resilience & Adaptation to Climate Extremes & Disaster (BRACED)

Department for International Development (DFID)

Future Climate for Africa (FCFA)