UNDP, under the overall leadership of the RC in the Covid-19 response, will launch a series of consultations to discuss some of the critical challenges facing the region in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and to identify innovative solutions for catalyzing recovery and building long-term resilience
UNDP works in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean to create an enabling environment where national governments have the capacities for inclusive and sustainable human development.
In response to COVID-19, this FREE introduction to over 12 no/low cost software tools was designed by Sade Jemmott Consulting on behalf of the United Nations Development Programme to build MSME capacity for digital business and the #eFuture.
The COVID -19 pandemic has caused unprecedented shifts across the globe. he COVID -19 pandemic has caused unprecedented shifts across the globe. Governments of the Caribbean have been actively deploying national responses to the threat of this deadly virus in the context of already challenged fiscal realities, physical infrastructure and service delivery systems.
Do you hack tools or systems? Are you looking to create the next innovative pandemic solution that addresses present or future challenges? If so, we want YOU to participate in UNDP’s COVID-19 #IslandHack!
#eFUTURE provides a step by step guide to help businesses re-tool and discover new ways to reach customers. This resource is provided through 6 guides below which featuring practical tips and simple tools.
In 2019, thanks to the leadership of governments and support from trusted partners in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, UNDP assisted with post-hurricane recovery, the blue economy, social protection, climate change mitigation and adaptation and the reduction of inequalities and disaster risks.

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954,000

persons living in Barbados & the Eastern Caribbean

13%

of the region is unemployed

$12,810

per capita income

95%

of the region is literate

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