Grenada

  Grenada is an island nation in the southeastern Caribbean Sea including the southern Grenadines. Grenada is the second-smallest independent country in the Western Hemisphere (after Saint Kitts and Nevis). It is located north of Trinidad and Tobago, and south of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The National Bird of Grenada is the critically endangered Grenada Dove.

 

Quick Facts

 

Capital City: St. George’s
Area: 344 sq km/ 133 sq mi
Population: 111,219 (July 2016 est.)
Time Zone: UTC -04:00
GDP (PPP): $1.511 billion (2016 est.)

note: datum in 2016 US dollars
Currency: East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
% of Shares:(as of December 31, 2016) 0.66
Source: Central Intelligence Agency. (2017). The World Factbook: Grenada. Updated June 28, 2017

CDB Involvement

Grenada joined the CDB in 1970. In 2015 approvals for funding totaled USD35,740 million in loans, secondary mortgages, equity and grants. USD8, 608 million of this was funded by the Special Development Fund Unified (SDFU). CDB funding in Grenada is used for financing social and economic infrastructure such as schools, road and water projects, providing disaster-resistant structures, and community skills training and empowerment. CDB funded projects are administered through the Basic Needs Trust Fund Office in Grenada, as well as various Government Ministries. Projects are also done in collaboration with locally-led village councils, non-profit organisations and other community and civic groups.

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