ENANDES is organized around four major outcomes to promote adaptation to climate variability and change:
Enhance capacities of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs): Enhancing capacities of the NMHSs in the ENANDES countries to produce and communicate timely, relevant and sector-tailored climate and water information and knowledge
Develop external partnerships: Develop partnerships and strengthen linkages with several national and local climate-sensitive (agriculture, energy, water) insitutions - both private sector and governmental - to ensure the communication and use of sector-tailored information and tools be provided by NMHSs in support of adaptation
Demonstration adaptation activities: Implementation and assessment of demonstration adaptation activities using climate services in various sites throughout the beneficiary countries where climate-sensitive actvities (agriculture, hydropower generation, water supply) and vulnerable groups and communities (peasants, indigenous population, women, and elderly people) are located.
Build human capacities and enhance coordination: Coordinate and liaise with regional and global organizations to synthesize and communicate project insights, best practices and lessons learned for replication or scaling-up in other contexts in western South America and beyond.