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Jamaica Highway 2000 Case Study

Jamaica, Highway 2000

Highway 2000 is a bold, transformative Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project that impacts the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jamaican citizens on a daily basis. At a total cost of US$1.3 billion, Highway 2000 remains the largest project ever implemented in Jamaica, and signalled that the country has the capacity to implement large, complex projects of its kind.  This case study contrasts both phases of Highway 2000, and seeks to draw lessons of experience from the radically different approaches to project origination, financing and implementation. Click here to access publication.  © Caribbean Development Bank, 2017

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Partnerships and Investments for a More Climate-Resilient Caribbean

Climate resilience is a critical priority as the Caribbean Region seeks to protect development gains already achieved and to address the specific challenges and opportunities presented to improve resilience in a range of sectors; particularly, infrastructure (roads, airports, ports, coastal and river defences), tourism, agriculture and renewable energy and energy efficiency. Climate resilience is a key priority in the Caribbean Development Bank’s (CDB) work and investments. CDB has been actively improving the resilience of its portfolio in climate-sensitive sectors such as water, agriculture and physical infrastructure. CDB mobilises and facilitates access to concessionary resources from global partners to help its BMCs finance the effective implementation of policies and investments as part of their wider sustainable development programme.

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Sustainable Energy for the Eastern Caribbean

The Sustainable Energy for the Eastern Caribbean (SEEC) Programme is a multi-partner loan and grant facility which is co-financed by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), European Union-Caribbean Investment Facility (EU-CIF) and the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID).

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Canadian Support to the Energy Sector in the Caribbean Fund

The Canadian Support to the Energy Sector in the Caribbean (CSES-C) Fund was established in 2016 to provide technical assistance over a four-year period. Grant resources of CAD5 million, provided by Government of Canada to the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), supports public and private actors in the energy sector in CDB’s Borrowing Member Countries.

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Chinese Renminbi in the Caribbean: Opportunities for Trade, Aid and Investment

An analysis of the potential benefits and risks of the use of the Chinese Renminbi (RMB) in the Caribbean Development Bank’s (CDB) Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs). To this end, the paper will draw on insights from existing examples of the use of RMB in commercial trade between the People’s Republic of China and Suriname, a BMC that leads the Caribbean in RMB use.

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SDF Annual Report 2016

This 2016 Annual Report is the final report of the eighth cycle of the SDF. The Report, therefore, examines the performance of the Fund in 2016 relative to 2015, in order to provide a sense of annualised dynamics, and also gives an account of the entire cycle juxtaposed against planned activity at the beginning of the period.

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Enhancing Productivity and Growth in the Caribbean

The main objectives of this Caribbean Development Bank commissioned study are to identify a set of initiatives which can strengthen the region’s growth performance over the medium to long term and to assist the CDB and its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) in formulating productivity and growth initiatives as part of national and regional macroeconomic and development plans.

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