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Saint Lucia facing drought threat

CASTRIES, St Lucia, January 20, 2010 – St Lucians have been put on warning that the island is being threatened by the possibility of a drought.

Citizens have already been put on notice that in coming days, they will be affected by shortages in their water supply as authorities attempt to conserve and manage the depleted stock of water at various catchment sites.

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Model Public and Policy Awareness Communications Workshop

The Institutional Support and Capacity Building for Disaster Management in the Caribbean (EDF) Project has convened a meeting of regional disaster representatives in the field of Public Awareness and Education at the CDEMA CU, Manor Lodge Complex, St Michael, Barbados on Thursday February 25,2010.

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Only time can heal Haiti and its citizens says Saint Lucia NEMO's director

Castries, Saint Lucia, February 15, 2010 (GIS) – Officials from the National Emergency Management Office (NEMO), now back from Haiti, are of the view, that time will be the greatest healer for the survivors of the deadly earthquake which struck on 12th of January.

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Drought threatening Guyana agriculture

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, February 15, 2010 – Drought conditions in Guyana, caused by a lingering El Nino, is threatening to cause billions of dollars in damage to the agriculture sector and officials say they’re doing all they can to, at least, limit the losses.

Like other countries in the region, Guyana is struggling with water shortages and Agriculture Minister Robert Persaud said the resultant losses could be around GUY$3 billion (US$14.7 million).

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Caribbean battling water shortage

Caribbean countries have been implementing various measures to control the use of water as the region experiences a prolonged drought.

From Trinidad and Tobago in the south, to Jamaica in the north, governments and the various utility companies have announced stringent measures ranging from a ban on watering lawns, to washing vehicles as a means of dealing with the low volume of water in reservoirs as a result of the reduced rainfall.

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