The Event

Hurricane Tomas began to impact the Caribbean islands from Friday October 29, 2010 as a strong tropical wave which quickly developed to a Tropical Storm and upgraded to Hurricane status by October 30 2010.  Tomas’ strength fluctuated during its passage across the Caribbean islands. By November 6, Tomas had resulted in ten (10) of the CDEMA Participating States (PS) initiating the activation of National Emergency Operation procedures and creating extensive damage and loss of life in some States. For more click here.

Bridgetown, Barbados Wednesday October 13, 2010 – (CDEMA) – CDEMA’s partnership and focus on resilience in rebuilding Haiti compliments this year’s International Day for Disaster Reduction’s (IDDR’s) theme of “Making Cities Resilient”.


 

“Making Cities Resilient : My City is getting ready”, the theme of the two year (2010-2011) Global Campaign will be the focus of my message to the CDEMA Participating States on this International Day for Disaster Reduction, Wednesday, October 13, 2010. Click here for more.

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