World Bank seeks $500m for African weather services
March 13, 2015 Editor 0
The World Bank is working with other development finance institutions to raise some $500-million to modernise weather and flood forecasting services in Africa. Daniel Kull, a disaster risk specialist with the World Bank, said it was talking to lenders, including the African Development Bank and the Islamic Development Bank, about mobilising the funds to improve prediction, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.
Go to Source
- 3 Reasons Why We Need Business Analysts in ICT4D
- Systematic Review of the Performance of HIV Viral Load Technologies on Plasma Samples.
- Social Pressure Is a Better Motivator Than Money
- The ‘economic power cluster’ in Rio’s future
- Stakeholder theory approach to technology incubators
- Yes, You Can Brainstorm Without Groupthink
Subscribe to our stories
- Entrepreneurial Alertness, Innovation Modes, And Business Models in Small- And Medium-Sized Enterprises December 30, 2021
- The Strategic Role of Design in Driving Digital Innovation June 10, 2021
- Correction to: Hybrid mosquitoes? Evidence from rural Tanzania on how local communities conceptualize and respond to modified mosquitoes as a tool for malaria control June 10, 2021
- BRIEF FOCUS: Optimal spacing for groundnuts in smallholder farming systems June 9, 2021
- COVID-19 pandemic: impacts on the achievements of Sustainable Development Goals in Africa June 9, 2021