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17 Sep 2017 description
The CERF funds will help provide food, critical health care, clean water, and other urgently needed aid to the people most affected by Irma, in particular women and girls.
06 Oct 2016 description
Due to massive flooding and its impact on water and sanitation infrastructure, cholera cases are expected to surge after Hurricane Matthew and through the rainy season to the start of 2017.
21 Jun 2016 description
Climate change is expected to increase the intensity and frequency of droughts in the Caribbean. As a result, countries must enhance their capabilities to deal with it as to ensure food security.
17 Jun 2016 description
Almost US$ 122 million needed over the 18 months to implement the revised Zika Strategic Response Plan which places support for women and girls of child-bearing age at its core.
08 Jan 2014 description
Severe rains and high winds in late December caused severe floods, landslides and damage to critical infrastructure and homes in St Lucia and St Vincent & Grenadines.
31 Dec 2013 description
Re-establishing health services and emergency medical care in affected areas is a priority now. Access to potable water is also a major concern.
28 Dec 2013 description
Food, water, medical supplies and shelter are immediately needed for flood-affected families in Dominica, Saint Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
15 Jun 2012 description
By David Singh GENEVA, 15 June 2012 - As the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season kicks off, all 16 member governments of the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) have committed for the sixth year in a row to renew their hurricane and earthquake insurance for 2012-2013 and earned...
14 Nov 2011 description
report DARA
Climate vulnerable countries unite in Dhaka ministerial Forum pledging firm common stance ahead of COP17 in Durban November 14, 2011 DHAKA, 14 November 2011- Nineteen of the most vulnerable countries to climate change have today agreed to present a unified front filling the leadership vacuum ahead...