Sessions

Third Session of the African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET)

The Third Session of the African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET-3) was held in Praia, Cabo Verde on 10 – 14 February 2015.  The conference is organized in partnership between the African Union Commission (AUC), World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the Republic of Cabo Verde.   The Conference was attended by 44 African countries, over 30 Ministers and high-level representatives and over 240 participants, including technical experts from sub-regional, regional and international institutions as well as development partners and financial institutions.

A Ministerial Bureau was elected composed of a Chair (Cabo Verde), First Vice-Chair (Egypt), Second Vice-Chair (Cameroun), Third Vice-Chair (Sudan) and Rapporteur (Zambia).  more


Second Session of the African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET) / African Union Conference of Ministers Responsible for Meteorology

The Second Session of the African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET) / African Union Conference of Ministers Responsible for Meteorology took place from the 15-19 October 2012 in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.  The Conference was organised by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in partnership with the African Union (AU) and the Republic of Zimbabwe, who hosted the Conference.  The Conference was attended by 38 African countries, 27 Ministers and over 120 participants, including technical experts from the weather and climate communities as well as development partners and financial institutions... more


First Conference of Ministers Responsible for Meteorology in Africa

The First Conference of Ministers Responsible for Meteorology in Africa convened on 12-16 April 2010, organized by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in partnership with the African Union (AU) and the Republic of Kenya, who hosted the Conference.  The Conference was attended by 48 African countries, 32 ministers and over 406 participants, including technical experts from the weather and climate communities as well as several leading users of climate information in Africa and beyond... more