WHAT WE DO

The primary activities of the CEWInstitute are research and training focused on developing the country’s institutional capacity in renewable energy, climate change adaptation strategies, and water resources management and development. 

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS

According to CMIP5 projections, the mean annual temperatures of Somalia are projected to increase by around 3°C across all areas of Somalia by the end of the century. The annual precipitation is projected to increase by 350 mm by the end of the century. Precipitation projections indicate a general increase in annual rainfall by the end of the century. However, Somalia is likely to experience extreme precipitation events on an increasing base. For example, days with very low precipitation are projected to increasingly occur for the same time period. The probability of droughts is increasing by 2100. The mean annual precipitation will rise 354 mm by the end of the century.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY

According to CMIP5 projections, the mean annual temperatures of Somalia are projected to increase by around 3°C across all areas of Somalia by the end of the century. The annual precipitation is projected to increase by 350 mm by the end of the century. Precipitation projections indicate a general increase in annual rainfall by the end of the century. However, Somalia is likely to experience extreme precipitation events on an increasing base. For example, days with very low precipitation are projected to increasingly occur for the same time period. The probability of droughts is increasing by 2100. The mean annual precipitation will rise 354 mm by the end of the century.

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SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES

According to CMIP5 projections, the mean annual temperatures of Somalia are projected to increase by around 3°C across all areas of Somalia by the end of the century. The annual precipitation is projected to increase by 350 mm by the end of the century. Precipitation projections indicate a general increase in annual rainfall by the end of the century. However, Somalia is likely to experience extreme precipitation events on an increasing base. For example, days with very low precipitation are projected to increasingly occur for the same time period. The probability of droughts is increasing by 2100. The mean annual precipitation will rise 354 mm by the end of the century.

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