- Tropical Cyclone Franklin - Aug 2017
- Hurricane Matthew - Sep 2016
- Hurricane Earl - Aug 2016
- Belize: Floods - Oct 2015
- Caribbean: Drought - 2015-2017
- Tropical Storm Ernesto - Aug 2012
- Tropical Storm Harvey - Aug 2011
- Hurricane Richard - Oct 2010
- Hurricane Paula - Oct 2010
- Tropical Storm Matthew - Sep 2010
28.9 M required for 2017
2.3 M contributions received, representing 8% of requirements
26.6 M funding gap for the Northern Triangle of Central America Situation
All figures are displayed in USD
29.4 M required for 2017
2.5 M contributions received, representing 9% of requirements
26.9 M funding gap for North America and Caribbean
All figures are displayed in USD
Drought. Disease. Earthquakes. Hurricanes. More than 10.6 million people across Latin America and the Caribbean were affected by these disasters in 2016.
Each emergency presented its own set of challenges, whether it was addressing affected livelihoods, the safety of families forced to flee from violence, the growing risk of vector-borne diseases or the sheer scale of major disasters such as the earthquake in Ecuador (April 2016) and Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean (October 2016).
18.1 M required for 2016
8.0 M contributions received, representing 44% of requirements
10.1 M funding gap for the Northern Triangle of Central America Situation
En el marco del Mecanismo Regional de Ayuda Mutua ante Desastres entre los Estados miembros del SICA
This report covers the period 01 January 2013 to 31 December 2013.
- Who are we?
The Caribbean Regional Representation Office (CRRO) is based in Trinidad and Tobago and is one of the two regional extension offices of the Americas Zone that delivers secretariat services to its member National Societies. It is staffed by a regional representative, and provides finance, human resources and programme coordination support to the 13 Anglophone National Societies of the region.
Presentación sobre los avances en Educación en relación con la Política Centroamericana de Gestión Integral de Riesgo de Desastres (PCGIR), y la agenda para la reunión celebrada los días Lunes 22, Martes 23 y Miércoles 24 de julio de 2013.
The activities proposed hereafter are still subject to the adoption of the financing decision ECHO/WWD/BUD/2013/01000
This report covers the period 01 January 2012 to 30 June 2012
Strengthening relationships with partners and stakeholders is progressing well for 2012 and has allowed the Belize Red Cross Society to advance in the areas of disaster risk reduction and preparedness, health, youth and volunteer management. Disaster management support in communities is very strong. Working with private and public sectors within the urban setting has started in the second half of 2011 and continues to strengthen in 2012, with increased local participation.
This report, for the period 1 September – 30 November 2011, is the second quarterly report in the 2011/2012 fiscal and policy year for CCRIF. It is designed to provide an update on progress during this quarter towards achievement of CCRIF’s Strategic Objectives (see Figure 1) as defined in the CCRIF Strategic Plan 2009/2010 – 2011/2012. In providing this progress update, this quarterly report also illustrates how the Facility upholds its customer values.
The report presents:
- Americas Zone Mission
The mission of the Americas Zone is to support Americas National Societies to increase humanitarian and development standards, helping them to remain relevant within their country and sustainable and accountable for their actions, guided by the implementation of Strategy 2020.