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Rotation Shedule (2015-2019)

“A critical strategic issue we must address is how we can strengthen the CSME to deliver on growth and development. It remains the best platform for the economic growth and human development of our Region.” Secretary-General   LaRocque


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The Caribbean Community Strategic Plan (2015-2019)

The Strategic Plan for the Caribbean Community outlines the strategic repositioning of the Community, and captures a development agenda going forward that encompasses: i) a review of development needs; ii) a Resilience Model for socio-economic progress; iii) strategies to renew the commitment to and strengthen actions for enhancing regional unity; and, iv) an agenda for the reform of governance mechanisms to achieve these two major forward thrusts. At the same time, as a framework for action, the Strategic Plan allows for selection of, and agreement on, the narrow range of actions that are pursued each year of the plan period in pursuit of the Region’s development goals. As well, the Plan outlines the implementation imperatives, strategic and change management modalities with the necessary monitoring, measurement and evaluation frameworks.

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Overview of the Reform Process in CARICOM

Change Drivers in Member States

Turning Around CARICOM: Proposals to Restructure the CARICOM Secretariat, Landell Mills Development Consultants

 





Scholoarships - The World Bank Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program 2015 Call for Applications from Developing Country Nationals


Opening Statement by The Most Honourable Portia Simpson Miller, ON, MP Prime Minister of Jamaica, CARICOM-USA Summit, 9th April 2015

Joint Press Release issued by Forum on the Future of the Caribbean Partner Institutions

CARICOM Chair wants concrete action from US-CARICOM Summit

'We have to act now' - President Obama on energy, climate change

US President on right side of history in US-Cuba relations - Jamaica Prime Minister

CARICOM Chairman advocates for youth development, (CARICOM -US SUMMIT)

Stage set for CARICOM talks with US President


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Caribbean Community Regional Aid for Trade Strategy 2013-2015



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