Reliable meteorological information is crucial both to monitor climate change and to respond in advance to its effects. The Igunga district has a meteorological station, which is, however, not operational. In the past, data were transferred to the national level, but analyzed data did not return to the community. Having more knowledge on current rain patterns, makes it easier to respond to it and plan your planting season. The weather station is restored and sets up an information system to connect to the regional meteorological station in Tabora. The meteorological equipment is replaced and the weather technician gets a refresher training on data collection and interpretation for local weather reporting. The weather reports are displayed in public places and shared with farmers and other relevant stakeholders.