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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 Nov 16
FLASHBACK: Rapid Needs Assessment Team deployed to Saint Lucia in 2010 after Tropical Storm TOMAS. Thanks to Earl Arthurs Sr. (AKA General) for sharing this memory!
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BVI DDM Nov 13
SMART Hospitals Workshop is complete! The training covered a number of topics including Disaster Management, Smart Cleaning, Food Safety, Waste Management, Understanding Fire Safety components in Hospitals and Health Centers, and how to Maintain a Smart Health Care Facility.
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United Nations India Nov 5
are rare but devastating. Over the past two decades, tsunamis have accounted for almost 10% of economic losses from disasters, setting back development gains, especially in countries that border the Indian and Pacific Oceans: SG on
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IOC-UNESCO Nov 5
When it comes to , complacency is the real danger We must all learn to Feel – See – Hear the natural warning signs For , we must all learn to be to save lives ➡️
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ODPEM Nov 5
UNDP in Asia and the Pacific This year focuses on reducing direct disaster economic loss in relation to . reports tsunamis account for $280 billion in economic losses over the last 20 years.
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CDEMA Nov 5
World Tsunami Awareness Day 2018! watch this PSA...
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CDEMA Nov 5
joins the international community in recognizing
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CDEMA Nov 1
CDEMA Donates Computers to the Ministry of Education in the Turks & Caicos Islands in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria
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Jacqueline Charles Nov 1
. has donated 88 laptops to the Ministry of Education, Youth, Culture and Library Services in the .
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CDEMA Oct 29
The was pleased to welcome members of the Dutch Military last week to engage in discussions around operational planning for Humanitarian Aid to the region.
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CDEMA Oct 29
We would like to say a special Thank You to Blue Green Initiative Inc in association with the for inviting CDEMA to partner with you at your inaugural film screening event entitled “Climate Change: Here & Now”, this past weekend.
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CDEMA Oct 29
Executive Director, Ronald Jackson delivers keynote address at this year's Climate Change Film Festival, hosted by Blue Green Initiative Inc.
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Barbados Today Oct 28
More urgent and accelerated action needed to tackle climate change: CDEMA -
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CDEMA Oct 27
Building resilience to requires the region to address our vulnerabilities and exposure to hazards
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CDEMA Oct 26
GOOD NEWS! is BACK!! We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience. Thanks for your patience.
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UWISeismic Research Oct 26
252 years ago, T&T experienced its largest magnitude event to date. Our region has experienced events like this and can again in the future. Steps must be taken to reduce the risk before it occurs. More information on earthquake safety can be found on our website.
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Ronald Jackson Oct 25
St. Maarten youth promotes the “Art of Caribbean Resilience”. Youth Empowerment promoting change stimulating consciousness of our policy makers.&Resilience
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Ronald Jackson Oct 25
At the OCT’s Summit on Resilience great leadership being shown by the PM of St. Maarten in engaging some of the critical issues for advancing Resilient Development in the Region.
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UWISeismic Research Oct 25
Mag: 4.8, 58.0 km W of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 2018-10-25 11:57 am
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CDEMA Oct 24
CDEMA NOTICE! - OUR WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY UNDERGOING MAINTENANCE!
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