Report LinksShort Description
TR1: High Impact Weather MetricsAn overview of the relevant climate metrics used to characterise and identify high impact weather
TR2: PDF icon TR2- baseline from KII.pdfBaseline to monitor and evalutate scientists & stakeholders opinions related to the topic of AMMA-2050 project

TR3: PDF icon TR3-Summary baseline.pdf

Full baseline report of impacts and outcomes of the AMMA-2050 project

Joint BRACED Zaman Lebidi /AMMA-2050 workshop reportWorkshop report on: How weather and climate information can support local government decision making : PDF icon Report-FRPDF icon Report-EN
TR4: Atlases of climate metricsThese reports show the future changes of various climate metrics compared to historical times for different regions in West Africa as derived from CMIP5 models.

 AMMA-2050 bias-corrected CMIP5 datasets over Africa PDF icon BC-CMIP5

TR6 - PDF icon TR6- Assessing the impact of AMMA-2050 through KIIs with partnering decision-makers and scientists.pdf

2 versions of bias-corrected CMIP5 data carried out over Africa are described. This document describes the methodologies used, information on the data structure and location. Finally the general terms of use of this AMMA-2050 bias-corrected data is described.PDF icon BC-CMIP5-README.pdf

To inform project development, support project and wider learning and meet project reporting requirements, AMMA-2050 has employed a Key Informant Interview (KII) scorecard. The KII scorecard combines qualitative and quantitative questions designed to baseline and monitor key areas of change over the course of the project, with sets of questions designed for both decisionmakers and scientists or climate information providers. This report assesses findings from the use of a KII scorecard between 2016-2019.

TR7 - PDF icon Gender and inclusion AMMA-2050 technical note 7.docx.pdfThis technical report assesses how gender and inclusion have been considered within AMMA-2050 project, as well as the overarching framework of the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme, of which AMMA2050 is part. The report assesses address of gender and inclusion across project design, research methodologies, capacity building and monitoring, evaluation and learning. 
TR8 - PDF icon TR 8. People, Participation and pathways.pdf

This report considers how AMMA-2050 has combined scientific excellence with a process to co-produce relevant climate products in decision-making contexts that strengthen capacities of both partnering scientists and stakeholders.

TR BF5 - PDF icon Technical Report No 5_ Damage curves.pdfThis report considers how to build a relationship between flood depth and likely damage (depth damage curves and how the management of this is now based on a good knowledge of the phenomeon and in a preventive approach of sustainable development.
TR BF6 - PDF icon Technical Report No 6_Flood Vulnerability Index.pdfThis research focuses on assessing the vulnerability index of 'Grand Ouaga' area in Burkina Faso based on exposure, susceptibility and resilience to urban floods.

TR 9 - PDF icon Technical Report No 9_ socio-economic.pdf

PDF icon TR 9 Rapport_aspects_socio-économiques des inondations.pdf

This survey and report has been undertaken in order to better understand the population's relationship to the risk of flooding of residents in 'Grand Ouaga',  Burkina Faso 

The report displays the results from the survey above.