1. Upgraded observation and monitoring infrastructure (e.g. 2 Doppler water meters, automatization of 8 meteostations) for effective data receiving and transmission.
  2. A multi-modal platform has been created for data flow integration from hydrometeorological observations to end users.
  3. Drought early warning mechanisms are in place and functioning (sensors, precipitation gauges, warning dissemination mechanisms, etc.) in order to minimize drought's negative impacts.
  4. Professional scientific centers have been established to provide advice to dehkan farms on adaptation to climate change for the purposes of climate risk management at the farm level, including field schools/centers at the district level and the level of rural communities for direct dissemination of information and knowledge among farmers and pastoralists, as well as targeted training on adaptation practices.