Measuring Effectiveness of Early Warning System through Sendai Framework Monitoring

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Measuring Effectiveness of Early Warning System through Sendai Framework Monitoring

The main objectives of the project are: (i) to strengthen contribution of (multi-hazard) Early Warning System (EWS) to the reduction in risks and losses through enhanced capacities to measure and monitor EWS effectiveness and incorporate feedback/learning (lessons learned) into the EWS value chain; and (ii) to better support LDCs and SIDS in measuring the effectiveness of their (multi-hazard) early warning systems and improving them over time.

 

Key Deliverables

  • 2020 State of Climate Services report focusing on Climate Information and Early Warning Systems as a baseline
  • Custom indicators have been developed and are available for measuring the effectiveness of national
  • Increased capacity of targeted countries to regularly monitor their early warning systems, understand assessment results and inform decision-making/to propose improvements through the use of custom indicators