UNDP’s Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership Project held its
three-day wrap up event in St. Lucia in September 2019. The regional
climate action project, which was launched in 2016 with funding from the
Government of Japan, was implemented in eight Caribbean countries
including Belize, and benefitted more than 200,000 people directly. The
St. Lucia gathering allowed for the exchange of experiences, best
practices and lessons gained over its four (4) years of implementation.
the wrap-up event was a delegation of ten (10) from Belize, consisting
of farmers, educators, government officials including country’s
representative to the project Board, CEO Peter Allen of the Ministry of
Public Service, Energy and Public Utilities, and UNDP project team.