Trinityville Area Integrated Land Management and Disaster Risk Reduction Project, St. Thomas

Date of Approval
April, 2015
Approved total
$663,641 ($640,695 via CDRRF Grant and $22,946 by Implementing Agency & Partners)
Forestry Department, National Works Agency, Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management, Rural Agricultural Development Authority, St. Thomas Environmental Protection Authority
Implementing agency
Trinityville Area Development Committee Benevolent Society

The project aims to strengthen the resilience of the communities in the Trinityville Development Area to the impacts of natural hazards and climate change. Project activities focus on: improving land management and farming practices; enhancing community infrastructure to better withstand hazard and climate-related impacts; and building public awareness of disaster risk reduction practices.

Project Communities: Trinityville, Georgia, Somerset, Mt. Lebanus, Moffat, Font Hill, Hillside, Danvers Pen, Jones Pen, Mt, Vernon, Spring Piece and Bailey’s Piece in St. Thomas