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CDEMA partners with UNISDR to promote global disaster reduction campaign – My City is getting ready -

Bridgetown, Barbados May 31, 2010 (CDEMA) - CDEMA will join sub-regional disaster agencies, international, regional, national and local organisations in partnering with the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) to raise awareness and promote the 2010 -2011 World Disaster Reduction Campaign in the Caribbean region.


CDEMA and PAHO deepen collaboration with signing of new Memorandum of Understanding

Nassau, Bahamas, May 28, 2010, (Nassau, Bahamas) – The Caribbean Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) and The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) solidified their growing cooperation with the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two agencies yesterday, at the Sheraton Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas.

DDM Director attends CDEMA Technical Advisory Meeting in Bahamas

Tortola, VI, May 26, 2010 (DDM) - This week the Director of Disaster Management, Ms. Sharleen DaBreo is attending the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) in Nassau, Bahamas.

This is the first meeting since the transition from CDERA to CDEMA in September last year and is being hosted by the Government of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

CDEMA Participating States commence first Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting

Nassau, Bahamas, May 26, 2010, (Nassau, Bahamas) – The growing need for wider adoption and implementation of Comprehensive Disaster Management Strategies in the Caribbean and the wider world was stressed at the Opening Ceremony of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management (CDEMA) at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, Nassau, Bahamas last evening. Please click here to view photo gallery.

Address by the Honorable Earl D. Deveaux, Minister of the Environment at the Opening Ceremony of the First Meeting of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), May 25, 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen let me begin by apologising for the absence of The Rt. Honourable Prime Minister who is finalising our country’s budget which is due tomorrow. I am deeply honoured that he has chosen me to represent him.  

The spectrum of disasters affecting the world and our region provide a compelling focus to your work and this meeting.  I will use two recent calamities – the earthquake in Haiti on the 12th of January and the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on the 20th of April to illustrate the importance of your work.

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