Archive Taking climate information to reach remote and vulnerable communities: experiences of CIARE in Ethiopia

  • By Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
  • 02/11/2017
November 2, 1-2 PM GMT (4pm EAT) / This webinar presents experiences of the CIARE project under the DFID BRACED programme in down-scaled climate services to communities that are remote and vulnerable to extremes of weather in Ethiopia. It will briefly address the operating context, climate information dissemination model, the lessons so far, success stories and improvement actions.

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