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Glena’s Story: Firm Footing After the Flood

In La Sagesse, Grenada, residents know a thing or two about climate change. Those living in the area have been victims of unpredictable and heavy rainfall, all by-products of this environmental…  


Barbados' Minister of Foreign Affairs & UNDP Representative Exchange on Climate, Finance & Development

Today, the Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade of Barbados, Senator Dr. The Hon. Jerome X. Walcott (MBBS, FRCS), received in audience the newly appointed Resident Representative (RR) of UNDP…  


UNDP RR, Antigua and Barbuda PM Pledge to Continue Partnership

UNDP RR, Mr. Magdy Martinez-Soliman presents letters of credence to Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, the Honourable Gaston Browne. Click to view video.  


Case Study - Saint Lucia's National Adaptation Plan

UNDP J-CCCP designed and facilitated a communiations campaign based on the results of a Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Behaviour (KAP/B) Survey. This case study outlines the participatory and…  


Small Island Future Fest

Barbados’ biggest environmental event was recently held at Pelican Village.  


Case Study - Suriname's Community-Based Communication Initiative

UNDP J-CCCP designed and facilitated a communiations campaign based on the results of a Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Behaviour (KAP/B) Survey. This case study outlines the participatory and…  


Caribbean Recovery Programme - Lessons Learned

Identification of lessons learnt from the response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria: Recommendations to improve the UNDP multi-country operational response in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)…  


Statement of the BVI at UN HQ: Welcomes Visits of the UN RC and UNDP RR

During them ninth sitting of the Special Committee on Decolonization, the Committee heard from the Special Envoy of the Premier of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) where priority was given to recovery…  


Enabling Gender-Responsive Disaster Recovery, Climate and Environmental Resilience in the Caribbean

The physical impacts of climate change and natural hazards are being seen to compound pervasive structural inequalities and socioeconomic vulnerabilities since gender equality and human rights are…  


Caribbean Countries Develop Mitigation Actions in order to Access Climate Change Financing

Over thirty representatives from nine Caribbean countries this morning met in Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines to better position themselves to access funding for climate change mitigation.  

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