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  • 20 days

    Mix up financing to better protect Caribbean, say experts

    By Sophie Hares, UNDRR – Americas and the Caribbean
    Menaced by increasingly violent hurricanes, Caribbean countries face an enormous bill to better protect themselves disasters and need to weave a web of financing options to help insulate against shocks, said speakers at a regional conference....

  • 1 month

    Caribbean takes temperature check head of key disaster risk forum

    By Sophie Hares, UNDRR – Americas and the Caribbean
    Rolling out early warning systems, boosting community resilience and better protecting economies and livelihoods in the Caribbean topped the agenda at the Comprehensive Disaster Management conference in Sint Maarten as the region grapples with the growing...

  • 2 months

    Jamaica prepares local disaster risk reduction plans ahead of the 2020 Regional ...

    By Clément Da Cruz, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction – Regional Office for the Americas and the Caribbean
    On October 22 and 23, the workshop "Disaster Risk Reduction and Making Cities Resilient: Towards the Development and Implementation of a Local Disaster Risk Reduction Strategy" was held in Kingston, Jamaica to help local authorities achieve the objectives...

  • 2 months

    Caribbean throws spotlight on "forgotten" tsunami threat

    By Sophie Hares, UNDRR - Americas and the Caribbean
    From blowing conch shells to ringing church bells and sending mobile phone alerts, Caribbean countries are looking at high and low-tech ways to alert citizens to run for safety in the face of tsunamis which could wreak havoc on unprepared communities...

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