Number of farmers reached

Weather Impact provides agribusinesses with easy to access, reliable weather and climate information. We have the mission to support climate adaptation with user-friendly sustainable weather solutions. Our services are flexible, tailor-made, and available in various languages across Africa, Asia and Europe. Right now over 800,000 farmers receive weather forecasts and farm management advisories directly on their mobile phones, either via simple text messages or mobile phone application.

Our accurate weather alerts, seasonal forecasts and climate risk analyses supports stakeholders in the agricultural and business sector and strengthens their resilience in a changing climate. Reliable local weather data reduces losses and helps optimize global food production.

We partner with various private companies, NGO’s, Research institutes and National Meteorological Agencies to reach farmers in the last mile with crucial weather and climate information. By helping local partners to build up capacity and give them the needed training, we play a role in improving the usability and lasting impact of the service, leading to significant value.

  • We even received a huge number of farmers during the training, they wanted to be profiled after seeing others receiving weather info. For Guta the plan was to train 80 farmers but we met 97 farmers.
    Benjamin Kadikilo, CEO of TYEGD and Trainer
  • “There is a real need for operational decision support tools to reduce weather and climate related risks in agribusiness”
    Obed Phahlane, researcher at the Agricultural Research Council
  • "A rare set of tools. Intentional use of such would take Lesotho's Agricultural sector to higher heights"
    Training participant in Lesotho
  • “The weather forecasted helped me to reduce the risk of post-harvest losses. When I saw the rain forecast, I hired additional labour to get my harvest safely from the field before the rain came.”
    Mr. Gurshaw Yilma, mixed farmer in Ethiopia
  • “I shared the weather forecast with my colleagues. Some of them thought that I intervened with God’s work. This information is very useful for farmers, so I hope it will be available for others.”
    Mr. Yelale, sesame farmer in Ethiopia
  • “Weather-team; you are spot-on!”
    George, extension officer from Sugar Research Institute, Kenya
  • “The weather forecast in Kirundi is very accurate, especially the rainfall predictions"
    Mr. Nabomenyereye Telesphore, mixed farmer in Burundi
  • "Now farmers have a service that can tell how their crops are, how the weather is likely to behave and what the next step in their farming business should be"
    Coffee management group, Kenya

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Our mission is to support climate adaptation with user-friendly sustainable weather solutions