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Current Strategic Plan

Plan Estratégico del CCRIF 2018 - 2021

El Plan Estratégico del CCRIF 2018 - 2021 se está ejecutando durante un período en el que la CARICOM ha declarado su ambición audaz de convertir al Caribe en la primera zona de resiliencia al clima del mundo. El CCRIF desea desempeñar su papel en ayudar a nuestra región a realizar esta ambición declarada.

PDF icon CCRIF_Strategic_Plan_2018-2021_Spanish.pdf

Current Annual Report

CCRIF SPC Annual Report 2017-2018

The year 2017 was another defining moment for the Caribbean after suffering the devastation caused by two category 5 hurricanes – Irma and Maria – within 14 days of each other. Damage and loss due to these storms is being estimated at approximately US$130 billion and affected 18 countries, including CCRIF member countries, their populations and social and economic infrastructure. These catastrophic events resulted in CARICOM declaring its ambition for the Caribbean to become the first climate-resilient zone in the world.

PDF icon CCRIF_Annual_Report_2017_2018.pdf

Most Recent Event Report

Event Briefing - Earthquake - Nicaragua - May 16, 2019

A magnitude 5.9 earthquake occurred at 16:22:16 UTC on 16 May 2019 (10:22:16 local time), 45.9 km (28.5 mi) ENE of Jiquilillo, Nicaragua; 78.7 km (48.9 mi) E of Chinandega, Nicaragua and 75 km (46.6 mi) E of El Viejo, Nicaragua. Estimates from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) located the epicentre of the event (Figure 1) at 12.624°N, 87.856°W, and at a depth of 62.0 km (38.5 mi). Nicaragua was the only CCRIF member country where peak ground acceleration, computed with the MPRES model, was greater than 0.01g for this earthquake.

PDF icon 20190527_CCRIF_FinalEventBriefing_NIC_EQ20190516_Final.pdf

Current Newsletter

CCRIF SPC E-News - March 2019PDF icon CCRIF-SPC-March-2019-Newsletter.pdf

Latest Technical Material(s)

CCRIF SPC Technical Workshop Manual - Barbados - March 2019

In undertaking the development of the CCRIF parametric insurance coverage, significant investment has gone into developing the underlying catastrophe models. Catastrophe models are essential tools in assessing the risk associated with catastrophe events. The CCRIF model is based on robust datasets all developed within the context of the particular hazards of relevance to the client countries.

PDF icon CCRIFSPC_TechnicalWorkshopManual_Barbados_March2019.pdf

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