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RFP Extension Notice

The Canada Caribbean Disaster Risk Management Fund (CCDRMF) wishes to inform individuals/firms that the closing date for the following Request for Proposals (RFP) have been extended until noon, April 24, 2017: (Click links below for more details)

Job Opportunity: SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER, CDEMA Coordinating Unit

The CDEMA Coordinating Unit (CU) is inviting applications for a Senior Programme Officer (SPO) who will be responsible for supporting the Monitoring and Evaluation of CDEMA Coordinating Unit (CU) implemented projects and related capacity building in CDEMA Participating States. The SPO will also be responsible for supporting biennial reporting on the CDM Strategy including harnessing of information on the CDEMA signature events as well as support the coordination of the Intra ACP Natural Disaster Risk Management in the CARIFORUM Programme. Please click here for more details.

NEMO’s Response to Explosion at Cul De Sac, Saint Lucia

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 – The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Saint Lucia continues to provide support to the National System in coordinating response as a result of the explosion that occurred at the Rayneau Quarry in the Ferrand Estate in Cul de Sac, Tuesday, March 21, 2017.

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EXERCISE CARIBE WAVE 17 A Caribbean and Adjacent Regions Tsunami Warning Exercise 21 March 2017 (Costa Rica, Cuba and Northeastern Antilles Scenarios)

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A number of CDEMA's Participating States are participating in today's CARIB WAVE 17 Caribbean Tsunami Exercise.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - Preventing/Mitigating Frequent Flooding of Kwakwani Community in Guyana

The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD) invites applications from individuals or firms in response to a Request for Proposal to ensure that the proposed project intervention “Preventing/Mitigating Frequent Flooding of Kwakwani Community by Raising Banks and Dredging of Berbice River in Guyana” is technically sound, sustainable and feasible, specifically within finance restrictions of the Canada Caribbean Disaster Risk Management Fund. Please click here to download the Request for Proposal.

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