A climate café is a platform that brings together producers of climate information, communication, and end users of climate information to discuss and bring their expertise together to accelerate the demand and use of climate information.

The climate café also gives a chance for the media to rub shoulders and interact with the providers of climate information. This gives a chance to each party to iron out its differences with the other.

Climate cafés are solely an idea developed by the Network for Climate Journalists of the Great Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA). NECJOGHA brings together journalists who cover climate in the 11 countries of the Greater Horn of Africa namely Burundi, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda

To bridge the gap between journalists, meteorologists and people on the ground across East Africa, the Weather and Climate Information Services for Africa (WISER) programme has been working with the Network for Climate Journalists in the Greater Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA) to set up and run an innovative series of workgroups known as Climate Cafés.

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Reports and Documents

Report of the sub national climate café – 25 Sept 2019, Kisumu – September 2019

Report of the Naivasha sub national climate café – 24 Oct 2019, Naivasha – October 2019

Report of the Kenya national climate café – 1 Oct 2019, Nairobi, Kenya – October 2019

Report of the sub national climate café – 23 Oct 2019, Mwanza, Tanzania – October 2019

Report of the sub national climate café – 18 Nov 2019, Soroti, Uganda – November 2019

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