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Empowering Coastal Communities to Prepare for and Respond to Tsunamis and Coastal Hazards

The Sumatran catastrophe 2004 demonstrated the potential destructive power of tsunamis and has in the process qualified the risk exposure that a region faces without a suitable risk reduction program. Following the catastrophe, CARICOM’s Community Council determined that its regional disaster management institution – the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency (CDERA) – should support regional efforts to establish a TCHWS on behalf of the CARICOM Member States.



CDEMA Annual Reports