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Many European institutions, including several national hydrometeorological services, universities, private companies, and donor organizations, are involved in projects aiming to assist with the development of weather and climate services in developing and emerging countries. This session will foster the exchange of information on recent, ongoing, or planned co-development initiatives in developing and emerging countries, providing a platform to exchange knowledge, lessons learned and good practice on effective co-development and scientific and practical achievements in the field of meteorology and climatology.
The session invites contributions from those working on co-development activities and initiatives aiming to enable countries from the developing world to improve their weather and climate service capability, such as
● the development of new weather and climate services products
● the enhancement and coordination of technical and organizational infrastructure,
● the implementation and optimization of procedures and methods, capacity building for technical and general management,
● the enhancement of education and training, the strengthening of service mindedness,
● the development of scientific capability in meteorological and climatological topics, and the related knowledge gain,
● the facilitation and fostering of international collaboration, and
● the coordination of relevant donors and funding opportunities.
Particularly welcome are presentations on lessons learnt from past or ongoing co-development initiatives, including examples of good practice and success stories, alongside reports on difficulties and challenges encountered, as well as meta-initiatives aiming at facilitating communication and collaboration. Discussion on the co-development approaches applied, focusing on their impact and sustainability, are welcome. Pure methodological discussions, however, are left to other topical sessions in the OSA program stream.

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Convener: Stefanie Gubler | Co-Conveners: Gerard van der Schrier, Jane Strachan, Matti Eerikäinen
Orals
| Mon, 09 Sep, 14:00–18:00|Room S4
Posters
| Attendance Mon, 09 Sep, 19:15–20:30 | Display Mon, 09 Sep, 09:30–Wed, 11 Sep, 12:30|Sports Hall

Monday, 9 September 2019 | Room S4

Chairperson: Gerard van der Schrier
14:15–14:30 |
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Nicola Golding and Jane Strachan
14:30–14:45 |
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Makoto Suwa, Vladimir Tsirkunov, and Haleh Kootval
15:00–15:15 |
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Quentin Lejeune, Inga Menke, Gina Maskell, Kaylin Lee, Felix John, Ted Veldkamp, Yusuke Satoh, Julian Hunt, and Katja Frieler
15:15–15:30 |
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Nick van de Giesen, John Selker, and Frank Annor
15:30–15:45 |
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Rasmus Benestad, Abdelkader Mezghani, and Kajsa Parding
15:45–16:00 |
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Vieri Tarchiani, Elena Rapisardi, Patrick Parrish, Edmondo Di Giuseppe, Maurizio Bacci, Marina Baldi, and Massimiliano Pasqui
Coffee break
Chairperson: Stefanie Gubler
16:30–16:45 |
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Matti Eerikäinen and Harri Pietarila
17:00–17:15 |
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Reidun Gangstø Skaland, Tor Ivar Mathisen, and Hans Olav Hygen
17:15–17:30 |
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Lydia Dumenil Gates, Stephanie Gleixner, and Holger Hoff
17:30–17:40
17:40–18:00

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