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Operational Weather4Farmers app in Bangladesh

Our Weather4Farmers app is now operational for farmers in Bangladesh. With this app we provide farmers access to a range of weather services, including agrometeorological advisories. An additional benefit is the translation of the Weather4Farmers app to Bengali, the official and national language of Bangladesh. Read more ›

Stefan Ligtenberg managing director of Weather Impact as of June 1st

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Stefan Ligtenberg will become the managing director of Weather Impact B.V. as of June 1st 2022. He will be responsible for the general business operations of the company. Arnold Lobbrecht and Gerrit Hiemstra, the current directors, will remain connected to Weather Impact in the role as advisors. Read more ›

Vacancy: Business Developer/ Consultant

Are you looking for a new job and would you like to make an impact on today’s global challenges as climate change?
Do you have already work experience in weather, climate or agriculture related business?
We now have an available position within our team as business developer/ consultant. We are looking forward to your application!

 

Capacity building in Zimbabwe

Capacity building is part of our ongoing project in Zimbabwe, an important element to strengthen the skills of the relevant staff of national meteorological and agricultural institutes. Our purpose is to train agents to access, analyze and visualize meteorological data. Today Weather Impact gave an introduction to the Python programming language which marks the first step in this series of, in total, three trainings! Read more ›

Zimbabwe – Digital Climate Advisory Services

Weather Impact got the opportunity to provide Digital Climate Advisory Services to almost 30000 farmers in Zimbabwe. We will provide operational weather variables to the Zimbabwean Agricultural Observatory, capacity building training to hydro-meteorological stakeholders, and weather forecasts to smallholder farmers. Read more ›

HydroNET live online event

Save the date: HydroNET live goes digital

Our sister company Hydrologic is organizing the HydroNET live event on the 7th of April 2022. This year it will be an online international edition for all interested parties in the water sector worldwide. HydroNET live will be a day full of inspiring stories, networking and sharing experiences. Read more ›

NWP winning proposal

With our winning proposal at NWP (Netherlands Water Partnership) for the Water for Food Programme we have the opportunity to make a difference for farmers in Bangladesh in providing agro-meteorological forecasts and advisories. Great to work on this project together with New Amsterdam Consult! Read more ›

We are hiring

We are looking for a consultant Meteorology & Climate change to strengthen our team. Are you able to manage and perform innovative projects in the field of operational weather services and climate change? Do you have a MSc degree in meteorology or climate science and excellent communication skills in Dutch and English? Check out all requirements in the vacancy below and we are looking forward to your application!

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Trainee Ilse Nijensteen started at Weather Impact

Ilse Nijensteen is a second year master student in Geoscience & Remote Sensing at Delft University of Technology. This master is about modelling, data analysis and data processing in the context of geosciences. She already completed bachelors in Applied Mathematics and Physics. As a part of her master, she is now a trainee at Weather Impact, contributing to the development of the ‘Waarschuwing voor WaterOverlast’ (W2O) project. This innovative service will use a combination of satellite data, weather predictions, hydrological models and algorithms to make better flooding predictions.

Gap4All project finished, weather service continues on a commercial basis!

Weather Impact and AUXFIN are happy to announce a continued partnership for the delivering of weather information for African smallholder farmers on a commercial basis.

Over 400.000 Burundian farmer households, an estimated 2.3 million people, are empowered with weather and crop information through the AgriCoach application. These farmers have a license that provides access to the entire UMVA system including the AgriCoach. Read more ›