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Current Strategic Plan

CCRIF Strategic Plan 2015 - 2018

CCRIF’s 3rd Strategic Plan, which covers the period 2015 – 2018. In early 2015, the CCRIF Board and Team engaged in a two-day planning retreat to reflect on lessons learned over the past seven years and the many issues and challenges which our members face, as well as to review the progress made by the facility in meeting the needs of our members towards contributing to reducing vulnerabilities in these small island and coastal states.

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Current Annual Report

CCRIF SPC Informe Anual 2015-2016

Me complace presentar este Informe Anual del CCRIF para 2015-2016. Este es nuestro noveno año en operación y el primer año de la ejecución de nuestro Plan Estratégico 2015- 2018. Este Plan Estratégico, si bien se centra en el futuro del CCRIF, tiene en cuenta las lecciones aprendidas durante los primeros ocho años de funcionamiento, los progresos que hemos logrado a lo largo de los años y los problemas y desafíos que enfrentan nuestros miembros.

PDF icon CCRIF_Annual_Report_2015-2016_Spanish.pdf

Current Quarterly Report

Quarterly Progess Report - 1 March 2013 – 31 May 2013

This report, for the period 1 March – 31 May 2013, is the report for the final quarter of the 2012/2013 fiscal and policy year for CCRIF. It is designed to provide an update on progress during this quarter towards achievement of CCRIF’s Strategic Objectives as defined in the CCRIF Strategic Plan 2012/2013 – 2014/2015. In providing this progress update, this report also illustrates how the Facility upholds its customer values.

PDF icon CCRIF_Quarterly_Report_March_May_2013.pdf

Most Recent Event Report

Event Briefing - Excess Rainfall - Covered Area Rainfall Event - May 15-19, 2017
In mid-May 2017, the Meteorological Service of Jamaica indicated that a trough west of Jamaica would be influencing weather conditions across the island. Satellite imagery and
radar reports projected light, moderate and intense rains in sections of all parishes, especially in the south. Therefore, flash floods were possible in low-lying and flood prone areas such as St. Mary, Portland, St. Thomas, Kingston, St. Andrew, St. Catherine, Clarendon, Manchester, St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland (jamaicaobserver.com).
 
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