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  • Photo of Dominica assured of continued CARICOM support – Chairman

    Dominica assured of continued CARICOM support – Chairman

    CARICOM Chairman, Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has assured hurricane-ravaged Dominica of continued support from the CARICOM Family. Prime Minister Mitchell, along with CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, Executive Director of CDEMA Ronald Jackson, Executive Director of the RSS Captain Errington Shurland, President of the CDB Dr Warren Smith and Barbados Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite toured Dominica, Tuesday.'    

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  • Photo of Maria knocks out Montserrat’s electricity

    Maria knocks out Montserrat’s electricity

    Montserrat’s National Disaster Preparedness Response Advisory Committee (NDPRAC) Press Statement The National Disaster Preparedness Response Advisory Committee (NDPRAC) has issued a “ partial all clear” for Montserrat with immediate effect. This means that only essential services are allowed on the roads to ensure works are carried expeditiously to clear all roads and restore essential services island wide. Electricity is off…

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  • Photo of Cayman Islands Premier delivers relief aid for Anguilla hurricane recovery

    Cayman Islands Premier delivers relief aid for Anguilla hurricane recovery

      Hon. Alden McLaughlin, Premier of the Cayman Islands, on Friday 15 September 2017 delivered 15,000 lbs of relief aid to assist Anguilla in its post hurricane recovery.   Anguilla, an Associate Member of CARICOM was pummeled by one of the most powerful Atlantic storms on record, hurricane Irma, on Tuesday 5 September. It damaged the main hospital, schools and…

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  • Photo of CARICOM opens environment policy, action plan for discussions

    CARICOM opens environment policy, action plan for discussions

    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat has opened the draft CARICOM Environment and Natural Resources Policy, as well as the Action Plan for national, sub-regional and regional discussions beginning early August. The consultations have been planned for Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, the OECS Sub-region and Trinidad and Tobago involving wide-ranging stakeholders drawn from the public and private sectors, civil society, CARICOM Institutions,…

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