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Statement of Mr. Ronald Jackson, Executive Director, Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency At the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction Cancun, Mexico. 22-26, May 2017 PDF Print E-mail


The CDEMA Coordinating Unit is pleased to participate in the 2017 Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction. We also express thanks to the Government of Mexico for hosting us at this important event. CDEMA, which comprises eighteen (18) Participating States (PS), has been a firm supporter of global frameworks for Disaster Risk Reduction and our commitment to implementing the results through our regional strategy for Comprehensive Disaster Management, remains steadfast.

On this important occasion, the contribution of CDEMA to this important Sendai milestone event revolves around three (3) key messages:

Address by Most Hon. P. J. Patterson, ON, OCC, PC, QC - "Sustainable Development: Pathway To An Integrated Agenda For Resilience" at 9th Caribbean Conference on CDM Opening Ceremony PDF Print E-mail


I am so pleased to have the opportunity to join you today for the opening of this 9th Caribbean Conference, which in these delightful surroundings will address the important topic of Sustainable Development: Pathway to an Integrated Agenda for Resilience.

United Nations Under-Secretary-General and UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babtunde Osotimehin message for World Population Day PDF Print E-mail

A recent United Nations report warns that the number of forcibly displaced people has risen to a record number – almost 60 million at the end of 2014. Among these, most women and adolescent girls face particular threats as a result of the absence of health and other essential services that they need.

UN Nations Secretary General's message on World Population Day PDF Print E-mail

Not since the end of the Second World War have so many people been forced from their homes across the planet. With nearly 60 million individuals having fled conflict or disaster, women and adolescent girls are particularly vulnerable. Violent extremists and armed groups are committing terrible abuses that result in trauma, unintended pregnancy and infection with HIV and other diseases. Shame and accountability rest squarely on the shoulders of the perpetrators who wage cowardly battles across the bodies of innocents.

Remarks of the CDEMA Executive Director, Ronald Jackson, at the EU Climate Diplomacy Day at the Sirius Leadership & Innovation Centre, Bridgetown, Barbados Wednesday, June 1st, 2015 PDF Print E-mail

Esteemed colleagues, it is my privilege to offer remarks at this 2015 European Union Climate Diplomacy Day Event which seeks to highlight the efforts of the EU in international climate negotiations, and its actions on mitigation and adaptation of climate change.

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