Every meter counts
Nowhere in the world is climate and agriculture more tightly bound than in Africa. But for the largest group of subsistence farmers, there is no weather data.
The Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) aims change that. The program seeks to build a dense network of 20,000 weather stations across Africa — one for every 30 km. By monitoring the weather, TAHMO stations give farmers the data they need to make better crop decisions. But we need your help.
Join Team TAHMO
The TAHMO crowdfunding app allows anyone to get involved. For every kilometer you run or cycle, METER will donate funds to support weather stations in Africa.
Just set up a free account! Funding raised will be used to instrument sites across the continent.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.