CDB approves funding for a more climate-resilient Caribbean transport sectorApplication Deadline:(7/28/2016)-The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved funding to address the high incidence of damage to the road infrastructure in Caribbean countries by natural hazard events and the potential for the loss of roads by rising sea levels. Through a technical assistance project, the Bank will fund a study on approaches for mainstreaming climate resilience into the road transport sector in its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs).
UKCIF Funds to rehabilitate Road Networks in Antigua and Barbuda, DominicaApplication Deadline:(7/27/2016)-Antigua and Barbuda, and Dominica are the first countries to access funding from the United Kingdom Caribbean Infrastructure Partnership Fund (UKCIF), as the Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) have approved a grant of GBP186,000 to assist Antigua and Barbuda in the rehabilitation of its road network. A grant of GBP794,000 was also approved to assist Dominica with post-Tropical Storm Erika recovery efforts. “The road networks of Antigua and Barbuda, and Dominica, play a fundamental role in the promotion of inclusive growth and sustainable development. The passage of Tropical Storm Erika in Dominica clearly illustrated the threats that are posed by the impacts of climate change related events on road infrastructure. We are pleased that this grant funding is available to facilitate the development of a more sustainable and climate-resilient approach to the design, construction and maintenance of our road networks.” said Andrew Dupigny, Head, Infrastructure Partnerships at CDB. The Antigua and Barbuda grant will assist the Government in conducting a feasibility study, as well […]
CDB supports establishment of Regional Energy Efficiency Building CodeApplication Deadline:(7/26/2016)-A Caribbean Development Bank supported workshop has occasioned agreement among Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries to develop strategies that promote buy-in and early adoption of the establishment of a Regional Energy Efficiency Building Code and Minimum Energy Performance Standards.
TVET Enhancement Project- St. Kitts and NevisApplication Deadline: Not Applicable-Seven consultancy assignments and six goods, works and non-consultancy services will be procured under the TVET Enhancement Project in St. Kitts and Nevis
Grenada Education Enhancement Project – Phase 1Application Deadline: Not Applicable-Nine consultancy assignments, as well as one goods and one works assignment will be procured under the Grenada Education Enhancement Project – Phase 1 Project