Featuring Therese Turner-Jones, Caribbean Countries General Manager, interviewed by Musheer Kamau, Senior Operations Officer. … [Read more...] about The Caribbean in the next 30 years: Hope or Despair?
By Michael Donovan Consider the nation of Kiribati, an island nation with 110,000 residents spread out over 33 atolls and reef islands in the South Pacific. Within a century, the country could be underwater or “deterritorialized”. In response, Kiribati’s former President authorized in 2014 the purchase of 20 square kilometers of land on Fiji in case of a future mass … [Read more...] about Why Coastal Cities Need a Blue Urban Agenda
If you are a Civil Society Organization or you are interested in subjects related to development in the Caribbean, we invite you to participate in the VII Annual IDB Group Civil Society Forum on June 8th in Kingston, Jamaica. The Vice Presidency for Countries at the IDB Group organizes these forums yearly. This year the main team is Partnerships Between Governments and Civil … [Read more...] about Building Partnerships to Deliver Results
https://vimeo.com/179846945 IDB Series: Crime and Violence in the Caribbean from Caribbean Country Department IDB on Vimeo. In this interview, Heather Sutton* discusses the latest findings on Crime and Violence in the Caribbean. Ms. Sutton recently edited the technical notes ‘IDB Series: Crime and Violence in the Caribbean’. Below you will find a short summary of the … [Read more...] about IDB Series: Crime and Violence in the Caribbean
"Bahamas Aerial View Htconem8 Aerialphotography Fromthewindowseat FlyTheWhale Oneography HTC The Bahamas" by Daniel Piraino is licensed under CC BY 2.0 When you tell people that you live in the Bahamas, 95% of the time they tell you “Oh, you are on vacation 365 days a year.” Sure, this archipelagic country, encompassing 700 islands and a population of barely 400,000, has the … [Read more...] about The Commonwealth of The Bahamas: The most paradisiac archipelago country is pushing its government effectiveness ahead