Archive La Niña and East African climate impacts

  • By Partners for Resilience Alliance and BRACED
  • 10/11/2016

Maasai women cook meat as they prepare to celebrate the International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

17 November, 12-1 pm GMT / This webinar will assess the potential impacts of La Niña in East Africa and links to policy. It will include a discussion of the impacts to date in East African countries, as well as expectations based on the current seasonal forecasts. In addition, there will be a discussion on early actions that different actors are taking to reduce the potential impact of La Niña.

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