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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, September 6, 2019.  CCRIF will pay The Bahamas approximately eleven million United States dollars (US$10,936,103) following the passage of Hurricane Dorian that caused widespread devastation in the northern part of the 700-island archipelago. The Bahamas has 3 tropical cyclone policies with CCRIF, each one covering a section or zone of the archipelago – North West, South East and Central. It is the tropical cyclone policy for the North West Zone – which includes the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama – that was triggered.

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, August 29, 2019. CCRIF has launched a web-based platform through which its members can monitor earthquakes as well as the development of potentially damaging heavy rainfall and tropical cyclones, analyze their intensity and assess their impact, as well as check whether an active insurance policy with CCRIF is likely to be triggered. The web address of the platform is: https://wemap.ccrif.org. 
 

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A tropical wave produced periods of rain/showers and thunderstorm activity over north-eastern Jamaica on 16 August 2019.

This event briefing describes the impact of the precipitation on the island of Jamaica over the period 16-18 August 2019. The Rainfall Index Loss (RIL) calculated for this Covered Area Rainfall Event (CARE), which occurred in Jamaica, starting on 16 August and ending on 18 August 2019 was below the attachment point of Jamaica’s Excess Rainfall policy and therefore no payout is due.

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The OECS Commission and the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF SPC) continue efforts to strengthen resilience in at-risk communities through flood mitigation initiatives and disaster prevention sensitisation at the community level  ..... See full article

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