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Fall 2018 Newsletter
Including a call for application, meet the new interns in Kenya, school2school update and more…
Spring 2018 Newsletter
Including news about internship opportunities, how to clean your weather station, new business ideas, TAHMO at the United Nations and more…
Fall 2017 Newsletter
Including news about West African weather in times of Harvey and Irma, update on the “no moving parts” of the TAHMO station, Nick meets Kofi Annan and more…
Spring 2017 Newsletter
Including news about the ‘Every Meter Counts’ app, the overview of opportunities in Kenya, TAHMO at EGU and IAHS, new memorandum of collaborations and more…
Fall 2016 Newsletter
Including news about the Ground Truth 2.0, H2020 project, new isotope sampling and a story from the field about our MoU with Burkino Faso and Cameroon.
Spring 2016 Newsletter
Including news about the launch of the School2School website, Frank Ohene Annor as CEO, the collaboration with Bioversity and the grand to expand the research in computational science.
Teachers soldering disdrometers
December 2015 Newsletter
Including news about the European Satellite Navigation Competition, a workshop in Uganda and Ethiopia, the kick off of Delft global and the Global Resilience Partnership.
Opening of the Ecole du Cinquantenaire, with left Sister Jeanne-Marie
July 2015 Newsletter
Including news about the Global Resilience Partnership, the ICT and water accelerator in Rwanda, the installation of the first stations in Democratic Republic of the Congo and insight information on the drip-counting rain gauge.
Weather station installed at Homa Bay High, Kenya.
March 2015 Newsletter
Including news about the weather station installation in Kenya, a business model workshop in Ghana and two live blogs from Kenya.
Stakeholders and Media interactions after the kick-off workshop in Accra.
December 2014 Newsletter
Including news about the kick off project in Ghana, updates of programs, new technology development and a invitation to the School-2-School competition.
Dr. Selker and Dr. van de Giesen sign an MOU with the Kenya Meteorological Service.
September 2014 Newsletter
Including news about the TAHMO-Kenya MOU, new programs funded by USAID and the NWO, and the TAHMO School-2-School program updates.
People in arid and semi-arid regions are very vulnerable to #climate shocks and changes.
Our partners at @TAHMO_World are helping #Kenyan pastoralists #adapt to greater tick survival in the face of present weather trends. Read more -> https://t.co/2GVo778zWM
@TAHMO_World is an initiative that develop a vast network of weather stations across Africa while GLOBE seeks to provide students with an opportunity to participate in monitoring the environment through the scientific process of data collection and analysis.