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WMO Survey Analysis on Institutional Arrangements for NMHSs & Identification of Future Priorities of RA V WMO; DRA/RAP.

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1 WMO Survey Analysis on Institutional Arrangements for NMHSs & Identification of Future Priorities of RA V WMO; DRA/RAP

2 2 WMO Overview  Objective: To identify challenges and future priorities in RA V  - Conducted in January-February 2014 using Survey Monkey platform  - Nineteen Members responded among twenty-three RA V Members  Analysis in five categories: Institutional arrangements Management and organization Operations and services Challenges and priorities Expected outcomes from RA V-16  Three Sub-Groups: Pacific Island Countries/Territories (PICT) South East Asia (SEA) Other Members

3 3 Institutional Arrangements  Titles of NMHSs Service (7) Agency (6) Parent Organization Ministry (8) Department (3)

4 4 Institutional Arrangements  One third of Members are functioning without legal authorities.

5 5 Management and Organization  Business model of NMHSs in RA V is predominantly government or state owned. - Strictly confined to the government policy, guidance and budgetary support with little freedom to do commercial activities

6 6 Management and Organization  Almost all except for one Member have development/strategic plan covering next 3-5 years.  Priorities in the Plan Capacity Building of staff Enhancement of operational forecasts including warning products with improved IT services

7 7 Management and Organization QMS Implemented (9) QMS in Aviation only (6) No Implementation of QMS (3) Special attention should be given to full implementation of QMS Special attention should be given to full implementation of QMS

8 8 Operations and Services

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10 10 Operations and Services

11 11 Operations and Services

12 12 Challenges and Priorities SeriousModerate to Serious NWP Modeling  Adequacy of NWP Modeling Capacity, Qualified Personnel  Lack of Qualified Personnel in Some Areas EWS Services  Adequacy of EWS Services for DRR Telecommunication  Adequacy of Telecommunication Facilities and Capacity Observing Systems  Adequacy of Existing Observing Systems  Data  Data Policies ModerateSlight Climate Services  Adequacy of Climate Services Visibility  Improved Visibility towards the Decision Makers Budget Cuts  Anticipated Budget Cuts Private Sector  Relationship With Private Sector Staff Cuts  Anticipated Staff Cuts QMS  Introduction/Maintenance of QMS

13 13 Serious Challenges 7 Adequacy of NWP modeling capacity 3 Lack of qualified personnel in some areas 9 Adequacy of EWS and services for DRR 5 Adequacy of the existing obs systems 2 Staff - anticipated cuts 1 Budget - anticipated cuts

14 14 Challenges and Priorities  Financial Constraints and Insufficient staff One of the challenges for the Members Especially for the participation in the regional activities  Expected Supports from Other Members Joint/twinning projects Capacity Building Technical support on QMS Observations Upgrading facilities and capabilities  Expected Supports from the Secretariat Financial and coordination supports for regional events and strategic plan

15 15 Challenges and Priorities  Identified Priorities in the Region 1.Implementation of WIGOS/WIS 2.Capacity Building 3.PWS, DRR/EWS, Aviation Services 4.Climate Services including GFCS Implementation 5.QMS Implementation

16 16 Challenges and Priorities PriorityPICTSEAOther Priority 1Improvement of WICOS & WIS Improvement of WICOS and WIS Priority 2Capacity Building Priority 3QMSForecast and EWS, Aviation Services Partnership and Outreach program Priority 4Forecast and EWS, Aviation Services Climate services & GFCS Priority 5Climate services & GFCS Financial Support Priority 6Institutional - legislative framework Priority 7Partnership and Outreach program Priority 8Commercial Service

17 17 Challenges and Priorities PriorityWMO-SOP RA V-SOP CurrentFuture Priority 1 Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) Better Climate ServicesImprovement of WICOS & WIS Priority 2 Aviation meteorological servicesSustainable Aviation services Capacity Building Priority 3 Capacity Building for the developing and least developed countries Capacity BuildingEnhancement of Services-PWS, Forecast and EWS, and Aviation Priority 4 Implementation of the WMO Integrated Global Observing System (WIGOS) and WMO Information System (WIS) Improved Infrastructure (data and information services) for Weather, Climate and Water Strengthening of Climate Services & GFCS Implementation Priority 5 Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)Improved end-to-end Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems (MHEWS) Improvement of QMS Implementation

18 18 Expected Outcomes from RA V-16  Discuss existing economic constraints, data policy, relationship between private and public sectors   Determine clear priorities for the next intersessional period and agree on concrete actions for: Strengthening of Regional Cooperation Preparation of Agreed Strategic Plan Articulation of a Small Number of High Priority Work Areas 

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