The DiDaH project is recently extended until July 2014 (granted by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment in June 2012)
The extension involves:
The data digitized by the Didah project will be made available via the SACA&D webpages.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) expressed its support for the Didah project in a letter of its Secretary General.
7-11 December 2009:
A workshop was held in Bogor Indonesia on exploring changes in temperature and precipitation extreme indices for Indonesia and surrounding countries. The workshop formed the kick-off for the Didah project, in which BMKG and KNMI will jointly digitize climate data for Indonesia over the next 2 years. Details can be found in the meeting report.
10 July 2009:
In Jakarta, the Didah project was agreed upon and signed by both BMKG and KNMI