Disaster Response and Recovery
Caribbean Strategy Program
Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Colombia, Dominica, St. Lucia, and Suriname
This initiative seeks to engage different entities from the government, civil society and international organizations interested in promoting the social and economic development of the region.
Community Preparedness and Resilience
Dangriga and Hopkins, Southern Belize
Over the course of 13 months and working in close coordination with local public, private, and academic entities, PADF will carry out a multi-phased project aimed at increasing community resilience in vulnerable coastal areas in the Stann Creek District.
Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation Project
Belle Anse Arrondissement Department, Haiti
This project was an innovative crisis and risk prevention project that combined cutting edge yet cost-effective technology with community-based solutions to reduce the impact of natural disasters on communities living in Haiti.
San Marcos, Guatemala
PADF worked with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and the local government to implement an emergency response to support the most affected communities.
Hurricane and Tropical Storm Relief
Delivered cleanup and reconstruction supplies to 100 flood-affected families in the state of Veracruz with support from Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd in the aftermath of Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel.
Neighborhood-based Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction
Colonia La Canaán, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Based on the need to increase the resilience of vulnerable populations, save lives, and reduce the impact of disasters on informal settlements in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, PADF implemented this project Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Repairing Elementary Schools
Canaries region, St. Lucia
The Canaries region suffered the most damage from the Christmas floods of late 2013. By working with SRDF to restore eight district elementary schools to working condition, PADF and RCL ensured two critical items.
Georgetown, Bequia, and Cumberland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
On July 1, 2014, PADF began a 16-month project that links climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) with the common goal of building resilience to hazards, cutting disaster risk, and reducing vulnerability and poverty.
Tropical Storm Isaac Relief
PADF distributed bottled water and supported the local Emergency Operations Center in providing beds and medical and hygiene supplies.
Tropical Storm Sandy Relief
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. worked with PADF to generously provide relief assistance to the hardest hit coastal areas of St. Marie, St. Thomas, Portland and St. Andrew.