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The Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum 62 (GHACOF 62) Mombasa, Kenya The GHACOF62 is organized by the IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC) in collaboration with the National...
Welcome to the 5th Africa Dialogue Platform on Anticipatory Humanitarian Action! The 5th Africa Dialogue Platform will take place in a hybrid format, with studios in Nairobi and Johannesburg and many sessions being held online. Taking...
Drought is one of the most destructive natural disasters in terms of the loss of life, arising from impacts, such as widescale crop failure, wildfires and water stress. Exacerbated by land degradation and climate change, droughts are...
By David Luganda – NECJOGHA The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Climate Predication and Applications centre (ICPAC) has released dates for June, July, August to September 2022 seasonal forecast.  The Sixty-First...
Are you from the East Africa region and have something to say about the climate? The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in Eastern Africa invites submissions for climate-related articles that focus on all sectors....
Heavy rainfall in southern and northern Tanzania and more than usual rainfall expected in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, parts of central Ethiopia, southern South Sudan, and southwestern Kenya. Dry conditions in Somalia, Djibouti, and Sudan. Warmer than average temperatures...
By Andrew S.K Kaggwa and David Luganda - NECJOGHA After almost two years of persistent drought conditions, IGAD’S Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC) today announced that heavy rains could fall over East...
Register now for GHACOF60 The side events aim at promoting in-depth conversations around key areas to improve climate services and spearhead adaptation and mitigation to climate change in Eastern Africa. Once registered to...
By Andrew SK Kaggwa - NECJOGHA A famine early warning organisation has predicted that over 20 million people in East Africa may need...