Cameroon is increasingly vulnerable to climate change. The adverse effects of climate change are now perceptible across the country’s five agro-ecological zones in many socio-economic development sectors. In order to enable the population to adjust and adapt to the adverse effects and risks associated with these changes, the National Observatory on Climate Change (NOCC) has prepared its 20th Climate Parameter Forecast Bulletin for the five agro-ecological zones of Cameroon. This Bulletin covers the months of September, October and November 2022 and presents the forecasts of climate parameters (rainfall and temperature), the potential impacts on socio-economic development sectors (agriculture, livestock, health, water and energy, tourism,
environment and biodiversity, transport, etc.) and the proposed responses to cope with them as well as an overview of climate forecasts for the last bulletin (June, July and August 2022).