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MEETING TO DEVELOP A STRATEGY FOR PREPARING AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR A SEVERE WEATHER FORECASTING DEMONSTRATION PROJECT (SWFDP)
IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

 

Tokyo, Japan, 17-18 September 2010

 

 

DOCUMENTATION PLAN
16 September 2010

 

Agenda Item

AGENDA ITEMS

Subject

Doc No.

Submitted by

Expected/Received

1

OPENING OF THE MEETING

2

ORGANIZATION OF THE MEETING

2.1

Provisional Agenda

2.1(1)

Secretariat

02.07.2010

2.1

Explanatory Memorandum related to the Provisional Agenda

2.1(2)

Secretariat

12.07.2010

 

Provisional List of Participants

INF. 2

Secretariat

06.09.2010

 

Template for the cover page of Working Documents

 

 

 

3

REVIEW THE OUTCOMES OF THE HANOI WORKSHOP (FEBRUARY 2010), INCLUDING A SCHEMATIC OF THE POTENTIAL COMPONENTS OF THE SWFDP IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

3

Review the Outcomes of the Hanoi Workshop (February 2010), including a schematic of the potential components of the SWFDP in Southeast Asia

3

Secretariat

12.07.2010

4

ANALYSIS OF THE RESPONSES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR GATHERING INFORMATION ON FORECASTING PRODUCTS, WARNINGS AND INTERNET CAPACITY AT THE PARTICIPATING NMCS (GDPFS)

4

Responses to the questionnaires from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam

4

Secretariat

31.07.2010

  Questionnaire from Cambodia    
12.07.2010
  Questionnaire from Lao PDR    
12.07.2010
  Questionnaire from Thailand    
12.07.2010
  Questionnaire from Vietnam    
12.07.2010

5

PUBLIC WEATHER SERVICES

5.1

Response to PWS note on Service Delivery

5.1

Secretariat

12.07.2010

5.2

Countries’ requirements for PWS elements

n/a

 

 

6

DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGY FOR IMPLEMENTING AN SWFDP IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

6.1

The Regional Subproject Management Team

6.1 Rev. 1

Secretariat

23.07.2010

6.2

Drafting of the Regional Subproject Implementation Plan

6.2

Y. Honda

30.08.2010

7

CLOSING

 

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