Outbreaks of certain diseases are on the rise. How is climate variability and global warming linked to this increase according to the state of the art research? Could we not only anticipate floods and droughts but also outbreaks triggered by changes in rainfall patterns and temperature? Which tools are currently being used and which close to provide data that could anticipate the outbreak?
Immerge yourself with the latest, most innovative tools that professionals, institutions and agencies are currently using to link health and climate. Let’s start taking the first steps towards a faster, more predictable outbreak prediction to plan better responses in East Africa, engage communities in a more meaningful way, and identify the challenges that are hindering a faster progress.
Institute of Climate Change and Adaptation. University of Nairobi
World Health Organization
Ethiopian Public Health Institute
Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
University of Salzburg, Department of Geoinformatics, Austria
WHO Regional Office for Africa
Doctors without Borders
University of Pretoria
Red Cross Red Climate Centre
NIRAS LTS International