The project is based around three expected outcomes:
Strengthened national and regional disaster risk management and early warning mechanisms with increased engagement and recognition of the NMHSs in them, enabling enhanced access to risk information for priority decisions and to effective, tailored early warning services by selected stakeholders in high-risk contexts in selected high-risk countries
Enhanced Product Development
Enhanced development of, and access to regional and global hydrometeorological data, products and services, and their utilization by the NMHSs of the beneficiary countries to support the development of impact-based forecasts and risk-informed warnings for/of severe weather, flash floods and riverine floods, as part of the national MHEWS, including strengthened (operational) support systems from relevant regional institutions, with global support as necessary, to provide capacity development, surrogate risk information and early warning services and decision support on a regional basis.
Enhanced Service Delivery
Strengthened NMHSs' capacities for the provision of hydrometeorological products and delivery of respective services, especially impact-based forecasts and risk-informed warnings to support national MHEWS stakeholders in their decision making.