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Transformation and innovation in the wake of devastation: an economic and disaster recovery plan for Puerto Rico

Source(s):  Government of Puerto Rico

This economic and disaster recovery plan lays out the Government of Puerto Rico’s strategic vision and goals and provides a detailed framework for achieving them.

It has been almost a year since Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated Puerto Rico, but the Island’s recovery is far from over. The Government of Puerto Rico proposes a transformational plan that will help the Island recover from the hurricanes, become more resilient to future disasters, and turn around the economic decline that Puerto Rico has been struggling with for more than a decade. To achieve this ambitious vision, the Government of Puerto Rico will seek out $139 billion in funding—from the federal government, foundations and other nonprofits, and Puerto Rico’s own budget—to invest in a robust and resilient future.



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  • Transformation and innovation in the wake of devastation: an economic and disaster recovery plan for Puerto Rico
  • Publication date 2018
  • Number of pages 531 p.

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