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Women Artisans, Farmers, Fisherfolk Among Those at Forefront of Dominica’s Efforts to Become the World’s First Climate-resilient Nation

The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominca, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s Enabling Gender-Responsive Disaster Recovery, Climate and Environmental Resilience…  


Barbados and UNDP host Stockholm +50 National Youth Consultation on the Environment

“It's your world; you are inheriting it, so absolutely, we want to hear from you.” The words of Valerie Cliff, Resident Representative, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Barbados and the…  


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Kalinago students ‘Planting for the Planet’ with support from UNDP’s SSLR Project in observance of International Forest Day 2022

Sparkling eyes and beaming faces sprung from a field of laughter as students across the Kalinago Territory in the Commonwealth of Dominica actively participated in building a more climate-resilient…  


The Climate is Changing, so Must the Caribbean

The countries of the Eastern Caribbean are at a pivotal point in the region’s development history; one in which its people are facing unprecedented social, environmental, and economic challenges –…  


A “Blue” New Future!

The word Blue has many connotations and may evoke a diversity of feelings including sparkling blue waters promising relaxation in the Caribbean, but when we take a look at “blue”, as in the Blue…  


UNDP working with Fisherfolk to “Bring the Ocean Online” at digital pilot of BlueFISH

Barbadians and visitors may soon have another option to be able to buy local, traceable and sustainable fish online thanks to BlueFISH, a digital tool that connects buyers to fishers and vendors while…  

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