The World Food Programme on Tuesday handed over climate early warning equipment worth N$ 6.3 million to the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism to enable accurate forecasting of climate events. The Namibia press agency quotes WFP Country Representative, George Fedha as saying that the early warning process will set up consolidation of five different systems, including the Namibia Seasonal Monitor, which will track agro-climatic conditions across the country to identify and map hazard hotspots.