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Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA)

  • Organization type:Regional Intergovernmental Organization

General contact information

  • URL: http://www.cdema.org/
  • Address: Building No.1 Manor Lodge, Lodge Hill
  • Postal Code: BB11000
  • City: St Michael
  • Country: Barbados
  • Telephone: +1 2464250386
  • Fax: +1 2464258854
  • Email: cdema@cdema.org
  • Head of the organization: Ronald Jackson

Mission & Disaster Reduction Profile

The regional disaster management body, formerly known as the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency (CDERA), CDEMA fully embraces the principles and practices of Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) which is an integrated and proactive approach to disaster management. CDM seeks to reduce the risk and loss associated with natural and technological hazards and the effects of climate change to enhance regional sustainable development.

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  • Complex Emergency
  • Social Impacts & Resilience
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  • Tsunami
  • Flood
  • Earthquake
  • Cyclone
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