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This is a comic for youth and adults to raise awareness on the importance of leaving no one behind in times of COVID-19 during hurricane season. This comic has been designed for the Caribbean, but can be used in other parts of the world.
French Red Cross
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This profile documents the projected climate impacts in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC) region. The high vulnerability to climate impacts in the region often drive direct integration of climate risk management into planning processes.
United States Agency for International Development

This report refers to an operation that aims to support the strengthening of The Bahamas health system to meet the health needs of the population by (i) integrating primary and secondary care services that DPH, PHA and NHIA deliver; (ii) improving access

Inter-American Development Bank
Disaster displacement and environmental migration are among the most serious humanitarian challenges facing the Caribbean. As a subregion of small island developing States (SIDS) which are vulnerable and prone to extreme weather events and the impacts of climate change
International Organization for Migration Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
UNICEF's Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office and CDEMA signed a MoU to co-operate on the development of more resilient communities.
United Nations Children's Fund - The Americas and Caribbean Regional Office
Climate-vulnerable Caribbean states had been facing "three monsters", the pandemic, climate disasters, and an economic recession.
Thomson Reuters Foundation,

Hurricane Dorian, the strongest hurricane on record to hit the Bahamas, made landfall on Elbow Cay, east of Grand Abaco, on 1 September 2019. For three days, the category 5 storm battered Abaco and Grand Bahama, causing catastrophic damage and destroying

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre

Acclimatise was commissioned to implement aspects of readiness support projects in Belize (2018 – 2019), The Bahamas (2018 – 2019) and Guyana (2016 – 2017), and prepare their country strategic frameworks. This support, as seen had three main objectives:

A new learning paper by Acclimatise provides an insight on the lessons learnt from implementing Green Climate Fund (GCF) Readiness projects in the Caribbean.
Following the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the engagement of the private sector became a vital aspect of recovery processes in the Bahamas.
United Nations Development Programme