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RTFS - End of Season Report RTFS - End of Season Report

At the start of the Hurricane Season 2010, the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) provided all its members as well as many of the Region’s international development partners (IDPs) with access to its upgraded Real-Time Forecasting System (RTFS).

Enhancing the Climate Risk and Adaptation Fact Base for the Caribbean Enhancing the Climate Risk and Adaptation Fact Base for the Caribbean
A Guide to Understanding the Real Time Impact Forecasting System (RTFS) A Guide to Understanding the Real Time Impact Forecasting System (RTFS)

“A Guide to Understanding the Real-Time Impact Forecasting System: A Question and Answer Booklet”, has been produced by CCRIF to enable key officials such as disaster and emergency managers in our member countries to effectively utilise the real-time hurricane hazard and impact information that this tool provides during the hurricane season. By providing advanced knowledge of a hurricane’s expected site-specific impacts, the Real-Time Impact Forecasting System (RTFS) can support effective hurricane preparedness, response and evacuation.

A Guide to Understanding CCRIF - A Collection of Questions and Answers - 2010 A Guide to Understanding CCRIF - A Collection of Questions and Answers - 2010

This book provides a number of questions that you may have about CCRIF and answers to those questions. We hope that you will find this information useful and we look forward to expanding the document to include answers to other questions as they emerge.

A Collection of Technical Papers & Articles - November 2009 A Collection of Technical Papers & Articles - November 2009

First publication of technical papers and articles. This publication is divided into two parts – section one presents useful background information on CCRIF – its types of coverage, members, policy initiatives, and vision and mission statements. In the second part, we present to you four technical papers about CCRIF.
These papers will enable the reader to better understand catastrophe risk transfer facilities and their contribution as a key disaster risk management tool.