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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was established in 1973 on three main pillars: economic integration; functional cooperation and foreign policy coordination. A fourth pillar, “security”, was added in 2005 in response to the growing threat to citizen security and other regional assets and institutions. These pillars form the base of a number of diverse activities including:
The above, among others, are captured in a range of services or regional goods such as: regional policy development and management; community governance; project/programme planning and management; research and technical advice public education and information; advocacy; coordination and harmonization; resource mobilization and capacity development.
Given the changing environment, CARICOM, now in its fifth decade, has refocused its approach to improving the standard of life for its peoples and has developed a strategic plan, underpinned by a resiliency model, to guide the Community’s work over the following five years, 2015-2019.