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HydrometAFRICA 2024

Organizer(s) Varysian

Irene Country Lodge




HydrometAFRICA is a free-to-attend symposium focusing on the advancement of hydrometeorological services across Africa. This gathering unites experts from the continent, fostering collaboration and innovation in weather forecasting and disaster preparedness.

HydrometAFRICA serves as a crucial platform to enhance regional resilience, protect African communities from the impacts of climate variability and find ways to address the unique challenges the region faces. 

The agenda for this symposium is based on research Varysian has conducted into the hydromet community from across the region, as well as high-level focus groups consisting of representatives from national meteorological and hydrological services (NHMS’s), technology providers, academia and financial bodies. 

Who will be there?

Delegates for this symposium are hand selected and spaces are limited to ensure a high level of quality networking and collaboration. As important facilitators in the capacity-building process, Varysian ensures that NHMS’s from the region are well-represented, with over 20 directors or technical directors present at this event. 

Representatives from other relevant government bodies, academia, technology providers and NGO’s will also be in attendance, making this symposium a great opportunity for collaboration and knowledge sharing in the region.

How can I attend?

You can apply for a ticket to attend this in-person event by filling in a form via the buttons below, we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.

Please also note that all sessions will be recorded and available to watch on-demand on the Varysian Hydromet Network.

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