Coordination and Harmonization of Databases and Software for agroclimatic applications
[en] The paper covers a Belgian agrometeorological training course intended for francophone students from developing countries who have completed a minimum of four years training in agrometeorology. Today, many of our students are heads of agrometeorological departments and divisions. THey are interested in everything that could promote agrometeorological methods to preserve food security and the natural resources of their country. During the past few years, the students have been trained in using microcomputers and solving simple agro-meteorological problems as part of the course. The results obtained so far can now be evaluated, since the microcomputer training began a few years ago; some comments on the future development of this approach are presented.