- Hurricane Maria - Sep 2017
- Hurricane Matthew - Sep 2016
- Caribbean: Drought - 2015-2017
- Hurricane Tomas - Oct 2010
- Caribbean: Drought - Feb 2010
- Influenza A (H1N1) Pandemic - Apr 2009
- Caribbean: Earthquake - Nov 2007
- Hurricane Dean - Aug 2007
- Caribbean: Hurricane Emily - Jul 2005
- Hurricane Ivan - Sep 2004
1 - Rationale, needs and target population :
1.1. - Rationale :
The Caribbean region experiences multiple natural disasters. Tropical storms often take the form of a hurricane1, and the hurricane season lasts for six months. There are also floods, flash floods, tsunamis, landslides and mudslides. Some islands suffer from earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. The physical risk is combined with socioeconomic factors, such as high population density, fast demographic growth and great poverty.
"Building back better" advocated for reducing effects of storms, aid officials say
Government's Hurricane Ivan Housing Recovery Project is near its end, with the last seven houses currently under construction.
This disclosure has come from Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Joseph Atherley, who said that 190 houses had been repaired or rebuilt at a cost of nearly $5 million following the passage of the tropical storm on September 7, 2004.
"We're at the stage of completion, all the documented cases of which we were aware have been addressed...There were five or six houses which were damaged but were not reported to the Central …
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