Resilience as a way of life in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

he idyllic nation of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) know for pristine waters and blockbuster pirate films would soon feel the harsh socio-economic effects of restricted travel, business closures…  


I am becoming better every day as I continue to be developed, and even now I am aware that I will revolutionise crime analysis across the Caribbean. I am very proud of my role in this process which…  

Case CariSECURE: A world of firsts!

The Case Study tracker is rising!” This was the constant cry of the CariSECURE team as they raced against the clock to secure one of the 80 spots in the USAID’s 2021 Collaboration, Learning,…  

CariSECURE Captures “Customer” Feedback!

As in any industry, customer feedback is vital for the continuous improvement of a product or service - lecturers conduct course evaluations, restaurants encourage diners to rank them online, and even…  

Digital Technology for Future Smart Grenada

Already on the front lines in the war against climate change, Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are suffering from the economic turbulence and decline in tourism amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  

“Partnerships crucial in the fight against climate change,” says UNDP

Partnerships are one of the critical pathways countries, development agencies, businesses, scientists, and other stakeholders can take to achieve the United Nations 2030 Agenda to cap global warming…  

CariSECURE Takes a Closer Look at Crime

Anyone who has watched a true crime documentary or crime drama special, appreciates the fascination and intrigue of trying to understand the criminal mind. But, what if through understanding crime, we…  

Barbados Police Force Forges Ahead with Roll-out of CariSECURE’s Crime Information Management System

By September 30, 2020, nine stations at the Royal Barbados Police Force were piloting the Police Reporting Management Information System (PRMIS), developed under the CariSECURE project.  

UNDP provides support to the Division of Agriculture in Dominica

The Division of Agriculture is now better prepared to effectively respond to the needs of farming communities in Dominica which form an integral part of the island’s economic infrastructure.  

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