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This document represents the Labor Management Procedures (LMP) developed in support of the Second
Central America and Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Project (P175616). The procedures seek to
safeguard the inclusion of appropriate measures to manage risks associated with employment under the
project. The LMP identifies the main labor requirements under the project and established parameters to
ensure that worker engagement is undertaken in accordance with both the requirements of the Labor

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, July 29, 2022. CCRIF SPC is pleased to announce that its member governments have renewed their parametric insurance coverage for tropical cyclones, excess rainfall and earthquakes, and the fisheries sector for the policy year 2022/23, which began on June 1, 2022. For the earthquake, tropical cyclone and excess rainfall policies, members ceded over US$1.2 billion in coverage – an increase of 10 per cent over the previous year. Thirteen member governments increased their coverage compared with the 2021/22 policy year.

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This project assesses the potential for Nature-based Solutions to reduce vulnerability to flooding and improve well-being in urban areas in Trinidad and Tobago. The topic was chosen as flooding is the most prevalent issue within the Caribbean state. This issue is worsened by a variety of environmental and human factors, making it a difficult problem to tackle, however, the implementation of Nature-based Solutions is seen as a key concept that can be implemented to make a difference.

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Tropical Cyclone Bonnie was the second Tropical Cyclone of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season. On June 28 and 29 the storm system had not yet been designated by NOAA as a tropical cyclone when it passed over Trinidad. However, at that time its maximum sustained winds were higher than 39 mph, which is the condition for a storm system qualifying as a CCRIF Tropical Cyclone Event (these conditions did not extended over Tobago), and therefore this event briefing report is issued for Trinidad.

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Trinidad and Tobago was under the influence of potential tropical cyclone #2, which was later named Bonnie by the US National Hurricane Center (NHC), resulting in adverse weather conditions from June 29 to 30, 2022. During this period, while rainfall occurred in both islands, the heaviest rainfall occurred in Tobago.

This event briefing describes the impact of rainfall in Tobago, which was associated with a Covered Area Rainfall Event (CARE), starting on 29 June and ending on 30 June 2022.

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Tropical Cyclone Bonnie was the second Tropical Cyclone of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season. On June 28 and 29 the storm system had not yet been designated by NOAA as a tropical cyclone when it passed over Trinidad. However, at that time its maximum sustained winds were higher than 39 mph, which is the condition for a storm system qualifying as a CCRIF Tropical Cyclone Event (these conditions did not extended over Tobago), and therefore this event briefing report is issued for Trinidad.

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A magnitude 5.1 earthquake occurred at 10:48:11 UTC on 17 June 2022, 29.4 km (18.3 mi) SSW of The Valley, Anguilla; 44.3 km (27.5 mi) SSW of Sint Maarten and 32.1 km (20mi) SSW of Sandy Ground Village, Anguilla. Initial estimates from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) located the epicentre of the event at 18.472°N, 62.984°W, and at a depth of 34.1 km. Sint Maarten and Anguilla were the only CCRIF member countries where peak ground acceleration, computed with the CCRIF SPHERA EQ model, was greater than 0.01 g for this earthquake.

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A magnitude 5.1 earthquake occurred at 10:48:11 UTC on 17 June 2022, 29.4 km (18.3 mi) SSW of The Valley, Anguilla; 44.3 km (27.5 mi) SSW of Sint Maarten and 32.1 km (20mi) SSW of Sandy Ground Village, Anguilla. Initial estimates from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) located the epicentre of the event at 18.472°N, 62.984°W, and at a depth of 34.1 km. Sint Maarten and Anguilla were the only CCRIF member countries where peak ground acceleration, computed with the CCRIF SPHERA EQ model, was greater than 0.01 g for this earthquake.

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The Bahamas was under the influence of Tropical Cyclone Alex, resulting in adverse weather conditions from June 2nd to 8th, 2022. During this period, the heaviest rainfall occurred particularly over The Bahamas - Extreme North, and with a lesser extent over The Bahamas - North.

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