- Receive, appreciate and effectively communicate climate information in a language and format that can be easily understood by the communities with whom they live and work;
- Support appropriate application and provide feedback on the use and impact of using climate information; and
- Train secondary intermediaries at ward level
- Developing CIS which can best support the decision making needs of the County’s principal livelihood groups and County planning processes.
- Downscaling of national weather forecasts and climate outlooks to the County level;
- Issuing of public warnings on hazards and extremes related to weather, climate and air pollution.