To help improve sectors' early warning systems (EWS), the UN released the report, "Five Approaches to Build Functional Early Warning Systems".
Improved early warning systems can benefit other areas in the world to help them build resilience against climate shocks, like mega-storms.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has developed E-learning courses for the Common Alerting Protocol used in warning the public of hazards.
The summary report, "Early warning systems and managing the effects of El Niño" discusses the dominant role of El Niño in driving drought globally.
The UNDP climate change information website helps users to make informed decisions and adapt to climate change, build resilience against climate extremes.