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We need to ensure that these tools continue to evolve.

And in delivering to the region, the international community can benefit a growing number of countries facing the challenge of financing the agenda in a world of external shocks. But I think the point, especially all of you here, we have to think as creatively as we possibly can about how to help you build back better.

Antecendente y Objetivo

Let me conclude vecreto thanking President Kim for convening us. We know that women and children are 14 times more likely to die from a disaster, and we know that women and girls are more likely to suffer sexual and gender based violence in post disaster situations.

And, of course, the pay outs are coming and more will follow. When I see the emotional display by colleague prime ministers publicly, I am not surprised. Secondly, we need to ensure that financing supports the longer-term resilience of those countries facing the growing threats of external 40-07. We do not have 20 to 30 years to become climate resilient; we need to achieve this in five to ten years shorter.

First, in the wake of disasters like Irma and Maria we should channel resources quickly, flexibly, efficiently, and ensure that they reach those most adversely affected. Decrefo in this should be consideration of, one, the changes in the eligibility criteria for concessionary finance; two, proposals to address high indebtedness in the Caribbean; three, the use of so-called state contingent debt instruments such as hurricane clauses and countercyclical loan instruments; four, accelerating a reduction in 490-007 cost of remittance transfers and support for new strategies that can support diaspora communities to invest back home.


So, we are open to suggestions. We need to think anew because it is not enough. And this is one of the great strengths that we have in terms of our own institutions for donor countries, member countries as well, bringing the expertise together, as well as the money, and as well as the disbursements.

This is an opportunity to hear firsthand from the affected Caribbean countries and the international actors who are here to help. The year storm, colleagues, is now the new norm.

Our region has been hit by two Category 5 hurricanes, Irma and Maria within two weeks.

This is reflected in the constituency we share here at the World Bank Group and the IMF, and our friendship can be seen in our extensive people to people ties. Last, but not least, we need to work with governments and all of the relevant parties to help people cope with the shock. Given the macroeconomic challenges facing the region, decrefo must also find innovative financing solutions including those that engage the international finance institutions and the private sector.

Ultimately, we need to build a new generation of infrastructure that is more resilient, and that in turns underpins resilient eecreto, communities, and livelihoods. This includes our government, our private sector, and our civil society organizations.


We must connect the dots between regional 4900-07 and networks, and international experience and capabilities. We need to review our policy on concessional finance for small states affected by these storms. In Dominica housing, schools, hospitals have been severely damaged, if not completely destroyed, and percent of agricultural land is uprooted.


We are very serious about that. But I urge dfcreto to put every single eecreto, every single creative idea on the table so that we can respond. We know this is a difficult chapter for our friends to the south, but we pledge to stand shoulder to shoulder with them.

These institutions must lead the building of a climate resilient Caribbean, in partnership with the World Bank and other 4900-7 finance institutions. Of course, we are seeing some good efforts, a very strong positive effort from the relief efforts. This means that our starting point should be best practices. To those in the donor community, I hope that you will join us in these efforts and to our friends in the Caribbean, I want to restate what I hope you already know.

We all know that Hurricane Irma was one of the most powerful storms every recorded.

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It is coming, but not enough. We recognize that both our interests and our futures are inextricably linked. Commitment decrfto innovative energies must be harnessed, and must not be allowed to become a source of confusion. This hurricane season has been a wakeup call for all of us.