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Navigating the intricacies of radio broadcasting for Pacific Met Services

2 August 2019, Apia, Samoa - “We do not need to ‘dumb down’ our terminology and language. What we need to do is to raise people’s understanding of that language.” 

This was one of the messages shared during the first day of Mana classes for Meteorological Service Directors and officers, which is taking place in Apia, Samoa 

The Mana Classes aim to support Directors and other senior personnel of Meteorological and Hydrological Services in their endeavour for effective communications skills.

Climate conversations build Pacific resilience

Communication of weather and climate information is important for people from all sectors and communities to plan their daily activities and seasonal work, and can be critical during natural disasters to protect lives and property. The training will also consider the review of communication products for medium to long term climate projection and its impacts on communities and the environment.

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