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This is a short brief country profile of Barbados, in relation to hurricanes and earthquakes.
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This is Barbados' Voluntary National Report for the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (MTR SF).
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.
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Mostly a low-lying country, Barbados faces flash floods, droughts, small-scale landslides, earthquakes, and fires. Its disaster and emergency management legislation and structure and data collection are strong but implementation is still lacking.

Small island developing states have long managed to respond nimbly in the face of continual change — a challenge that will be magnified by climate change. In this study, the authors present a model that can help inform responses to future climate impacts

Compendium of good practice on post disaster recovery in the Latin America and Caribbean Region
This compendium presents good practices in post-disaster recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean in order to spread and highlight the work and recovery processes taking place in different countries of the region.

This paper constructs a model of climate-related damage for small island developing states (SIDS). The authors focus on the loss of private productive capital stocks through extreme climate events. In contrast to most economic analyses of climate impacts

This roadmap is developed from work undertaken on integrated climate risk management through the “Advancing Climate Risk Insurance plus” (ACRI+) project implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Munich

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