Regional latest additions

Cover of the roadmap: radar tower
2022
This roadmap uses a series of progress models to measure Tunisia's Meteorological and Hydrological Service Providers’ capacities in several key areas: service delivery, observation and telecommunication, and modeling and forecasting.
World Bank, the
Aerial view of a crowded market in Sousse, Tunisia
A new report launched by the World Bank, the Government of Tunisia, and GFDRR examines ways to improve capabilities of Tunisia’s National Meteorological and Hydrological Services to support socio-economic development to save lives and livelihoods.
World Bank, the
Areal view of the sand mountains in Southern Tunisia close to the Sahara desert. Some trees are growing between the sand dunes.
With the first-ever Middle East and North Africa Climate Week just concluded, learn how improved drought preparedness is helping strengthen the region’s resilience to climate change.
International Water Management Institute
With recent heat spikes and regular infrequent rainfall, Tunisian lagoon farmers battle to preserve crop yields as sea level rises
Thomson Reuters
A view of a wheat field in springtime, Ghar El Melh, Tunisia By Giulio Napolitano
Tunisian farmers are turning to the past to ensure a future by planting indigenous seeds as the North African country suffers at a time of drought, disease and climate change.
PhysOrg, Omicron Technology Ltd
2021

This study assesses heatwave-protective knowledge and behaviour among urban populations in Tunisia, Georgia and Israel. There is an expected increase in heatwaves globally. As such, it is imperative to have sufficient levels of heatwave-protective

BioMed Central
2021

Low and middle-income countries are bearing an increasing financial burden from the impacts of disasters as both the frequency and intensity of disaster events are rising. Despite the increasing availability of disaster data, many countries lack the

World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
The Program aims to strengthen Tunisia’s disaster risk management and financing efforts to better protect the country’s population and safeguard assets from disasters.
World Bank, the
2021

This document aims to succinctly summarize the climate risks faced by Tunisia. This includes rapid onset and long-term changes in key climate parameters, as well as impacts of these changes on communities, livelihoods and economies, many of which are

World Bank, the
2020

This review focuses on financial support for climate change mitigation and adaptation initiatives to Middle East and North Africa’s (MENA) countries such as Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, the occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs)

Governance and Social Development Resource Centre