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This appraisal considers the consequences of the Hurricane Keith in Belize from 30 September to 1 October 2000. It appraises the macroeconomic and environmental effects and presents a sector by sector analysis leading to an overall assessment of the damage.
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean

La movilidad humana asociada a, o derivada de los desastres y efectos adversos del cambio climático viene recibiendo un interés importante en los últimos años en Centroamérica. Este informe contribuye a un mayor conocimiento de la evidencia sobre la

International Organization for Migration

This report aims to improve understanding of how flexibility can be introduced into the fisheries management cycle in order to foster adaptation to climate change. This work contributes to the overall scope of improving the resilience of fisheries

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations - Headquarters

This desk review recognizes the importance of evidence-based approaches to disaster risk management (DRM), and aims at evaluating gender-responsive disaster preparedness and recovery efforts in the nine CFR Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Belize

World Bank, the
Caribbean leaders warned the region is facing the twin threats of climate change and COVID-19 during the Green Climate Fund’s (GCF's) Regional Dialogue with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).
Green Climate Fund

This addresses the question how disaster resilient Belize's public financial management is. Effective institutions and systems of public financial management (PFM) play a critical role in the preparation and response to disasters. Strong PFM ties together

World Bank, the
This paper covers the scopes of recovery and resilience in Belize aiming to build on existing mechanism to enable rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
World Bank, the
Taiwan's first foreign aid project centered on disaster prevention technology has passed its first test in Belize, giving people time to respond to floods.
FocusTaiwan, Central News Agency
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

This report presents the preliminary results of the technical assistance to connect and develop coordination between three sectors in the Central American and Dominican Republic region — Disaster Risk Management, Culture and Cultural Heritage, and

World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the World Bank Disaster Risk Management Hub