The CCRIF Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021 is being implemented during a period in which CARICOM has declared its bold ambition to make the Caribbean the first climate-resilient zone in the world. CCRIF wishes to play its part in helping our region realize this stated ambition. Thus, as CCRIF enters its second decade of operations, additional financing and capital injection will be required to support growth and to facilitate scaling up – that is increasing coverage levels amongst existing members, adding new members and offering new products.
This report will highlight CCRIF SPC’s main accomplishments and activities during the 2018/19 policy year. This was the first year covered by our new Strategic Plan 2018-21, which reflects the objectives which emerged from consensus of our members and our regional and international partners. This report will present not only CCRIF’s activities and accomplishments but also their contribution to the seven strategic objectives established for 2018-2021.
Tropical waves and low pressure systems occurred over the Central America region from 19 May to 2 June. During this time, adverse weather prevailed over Nicaragua that generated showers and thunderstorms.
This event briefing describes the impact of rainfall on Nicaragua, which is associated with a Covered Area Rainfall Event (CARE), starting on 20 May and ending on 2 June 2020.
This document is a “toolkit” designed for NGOs and CBOs to enable them to prepare and submit project proposals to the CCRIF Small Grants Programme. This programme provides grants between US$5,000 and US$25,000 to NGOs CBOs and academic institutions to implement community-based disaster risk reduction projects.
COAST is an innovative climate risk insurance mechanism to promote: food security; livelihoods of fisherfolk; resilient fisheries; sustainable management of coastal infrastructure; and disaster risk reduction in the Caribbean.