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May 20, 2019


The Grenada National Hazard Mitigation Plan is the product of a participatory plan development process that lasted for over three years, from 2003 to 2006. Several workshops and consultations were conducted to review to determine the scope of hazard assessment, review outputs and achieve consensus on the action that must be taken to undertake effective natural hazard mitigation measures. This document therefore represents the views of community leaders, technicians, public and private sector agencies. It has received endorsement from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency and the Caribbean Development Bank who provided funding for the project.