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Grenada

Grenada

  • Improvement of water supply management through GIS-based monitoring and control system for water loss reduction

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    Technical Assistance
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    This Technology Transfer Advances Grenada's

    • Nationally Determined Contribution and its third adaptation priority of improving water resource management, stating that "the management of water resources, like that of the coastal environment is crucial to the long term development of Grenada as a nation". 

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  • Road map on building a green economy for sustainable development in Carriacou, Petite Martinique, Grenada

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    Road Map on Building A Green Economy for Sustainable Development in Carriacou, Petite Martinique, Grenada.

    This study represents a first attempt to define the major changes needed to induce the transformation of the economy of Carriacou and Petite Martinique towards a greener economy that would facilitate sustainable development and enhance the well-being of the population.

  • Climate and development resources Grenada

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    Report showcasing quality documents on climate change and development for Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, as part of the project, Improving Access to Online Knowledge Resources on Climate and Development Phase 3.

    The aim is to improve knowledge-sharing on climate and development for the ti-island state covering key sectors such as water, agriculture and food security, disasters, coasts, fisheries, health, renewable energy, tourism, forests and marine environments.

  • Development of coastal erosion hazard maps: Grenada

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    Coastal beach erosion hazard maps for twenty selected bays in Grenada, with one bay, namely Grand Anse Bay mapped at high-resolution. These maps reveal the long-term trends around the coast of Grenada.

    An initial mission to the country was undertaken in order to collect necessary field data for the erosion analysis; meet the key stakeholders and to become familiar with the study area. At the initial meeting, key stakeholders agreed that the 100-year return period event and the 20-year shelf life would be the main modeling parameters for the erosion analysis. 

  • Grenada growth and poverty reduction strategy 2012-2015

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    The Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS) articulates the Government of Grenada’s strategic vision for promoting economic growth and significantly reducing poverty in Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique. The strategy is informed and guided in part by their progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals.

    In the document, climate resilience is named as one the four strategic orientations for achieving the nation's medium term development vision.