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CDEMA - Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency. Regional Champion for Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) in the Caribbean
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CDEMA Feb 22
10 new Urban Rescue Instructors & 28 Urban Rescuers are now certified for the CARICOM member countries under the Chilean cooperation with the Anglophone Caribbean.
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Natl Hurricane Ctr Feb 21
The Atlantic hurricane season is 100 days away. Are you ready? Have an evacuation plan, get your supplies, update your insurance, strengthen your home & put it together before June 1st.
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Katie Peters Feb 20
With talking about 'getting ahead of the humanitarian curve' & saying we need to 'prevent the [disaster] problem before it becomes a hard security issue', delivering the Framework in conflict contexts should be a policy priority
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BVI DDM Feb 18
How to Respond to a Tsunami Warning Both official & natural tsunami warnings are important. Learn how to respond.
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Ronald Jackson Feb 15
Representatives from Works Minsitry, Social Security, Urban Planning and Disaster Risk Management Agencies learning about the Chilean Approach.
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Ronald Jackson Feb 14
Five of CDEMA Participating States Sharing how they are tackling risk within Public Infrastructure Investment.
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Ronald Jackson Feb 14
Partnership for advancing risk consideration in Public Infrastructure Investment. Day#1 in Jamaica.
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ODPEM Feb 14
a Regional Seminar on Disaster Risk Reduction February 14 - 15, 2019, a trilateral initiative between the Governments of Chile, Japan and Jamaica.
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CDEMA Feb 13
CDEMA hosted a Briefing with the Deputy Director for Asia and Caribbean, Geraldine O’ Callaghan. Also present were Stefan Kossoff Head of the , Simone Banister & Richard Carter of
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CDEMA Feb 13
The new UN Resident Coordinator , Mr. Didier Trebucq visited the CDEMA Coordinating Unit for the first time & met with the ED, & Deputy ED, Ms Liz Riley.
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ExecAsst CDEMA Feb 12
staff participating in a very informative and engaging training session with Officer Glasgow
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GRV Global Feb 7
concluding remarks from our amazing Chair huge thanks for energy & commitment to Action on Final afternoon of 1-2-1 meetings, further forged for Latin America. We look forward to further & ADR2020!
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JIS News Feb 6
Did you know plastic pollution can affect the quality of crops? Plastics break down into tiny particles called ‘microplastics’. These microplastics are then absorbed by plants and can block the plant’s ability to produce food.
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CDEMA Feb 1
"The in the C’bean Project was indeed successful. Our obj was to improve for more effective in the C’bean & to move towards the realization of a more integrated system to complete actions & address existing gaps" - Chisa Mikami: Resident Rep
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CDEMA Feb 1
"We support the interrelated components of & promote an integrated agenda in dealing with risks. Failure in one component or a lack of coordination across them could lead to the failure of the whole system"
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CDEMA Feb 1
Historical! Representatives from , and from RD, Cuba and Saint Lucia, sign a commitment to strengthen their early warning systems. Strong steps P/achievement of y
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CDEMA Feb 1
"We support the interrelated components of & promote an integrated agenda in dealing with risks. Failure in one component or a lack of coordination across them could lead to the failure of the whole system"
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CDEMA Feb 1
PM Hon Allen Chastanet, "We know the Hurricane Season will happen & at some point a country will be impacted. This should be our early warning. We need to become a region of no borders"
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CDEMA Feb 1
"Early warning tools & systems are critical in disaster preparedness. They are only effective in saving lives, protecting communities & economies if they function, if we put them into practice & keep testing them" - Lise Tonelli: Coordinator for the C'bean
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CDEMA Feb 1
"A weakness in any part of the Early Warning System can render it ineffective & a system that can't reliably issue warnings will not be taken seriously" said Tamara Lovell, Regional DRM Coordinator IFRC
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