Institutionalising co-production of weather and climate services: Learning from the African SWIFT and ForPAc projects

Emma Visman, Linda Hirons, Martin Todd, Emmah Mwangi, Cheikh DIONE, Masilin Gudoshava, George Otieno, Maureen Ahiataku, David Quaye, Kamoru Abiodun Lawal, Joshua Talib, Jennifer Fletcher, Abdoulahat Diop, Tidiane Diedhiou, Diabel Ndiaye, Eniola Olaniyan, Patricia Nying'uro, Chris Ngetich, Mary Kilavi, Elijah Adesanya Adefisan, Victor Indasi, Shamton Waruru, Andrea Taylor & Steven Woolnough
There is growing recognition of the multiple benefits of co-production for forecast producers, researchers and users in terms of increasing understanding of the skill, decision-relevance, uptake and use of forecasts. This policy brief identifies lessons learnt from two operational research projects, African SWIFT and ForPAc, on pathways for embedding co-production into operational weather and climate services as the new standard operational procedure.
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