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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.



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