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Regional Office for Asia & South-West Pacific

The WMO Regional Office for Asia and the South-West Pacific (RAP) is part of the Development and Regional Activities Department (DRA). It assists the Members of Regional Association II (Asia) and the Members of Regional Association V (South-West Pacific) in capacity building through:

  1. Regional technical conferences, seminars and workshops as well as regional training events to improve, strengthen and keep up-to-date the managerial skills and expert knowledge of NMHSs in the Regions;
  2. Awareness creation and promotion of the activities of NMHSs and WMO through the technical experts of the Secretariat;
  3. Advisory services for urgent requirements from developing countries and provide advice and guidance to Member states through the provision of expert services;
  4. Technical cooperation project development, resource mobilization, and implementation; and
  5. Emergency response and assistance.

The WMO Regional Office for Asia and the South-West Pacific (Geneva, Switzerland) as well as the WMO Office for West Asia (Manama, Bahrain) and the WMO Office for the South-West Pacific (Apia, Samoa) support the presidents, vice-presidents and subsidiary bodies of Regional Associations II and V, and collaborate with regional partners.

office Meetings & Events

  • Meetings:
    • RAII Session
    • Management Group
    • Working Groups, Task Teams
    • Regional Conference
  • Events:
  • Pilot projects
  • Meetings:
    • RA V Session
    • Management Group
    • Working Groups, Task Teams
    • Regional Conference
  • Events:

 

               Regional Office for Asia and the South-West Pacific (RAP)

 

 

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