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Project Title Country Area Of Work Amount
(US$)
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Climate Change Mitigation
39,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y6/CORE/CC/21/01
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Biodiversity
150,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/BD/19/05
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Land Degradation
30,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/LD/20/01
Zion Hill is a mountain that overlooks the town of Barrouallie, located on the western most side of St. Vincent. In the early 1990’s Zion Hill suffered many forest fires every year during the dry season, leaving it as an eyesore. This has resulted ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Land Degradation
50,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/LD/20/03
The Massey Estate is located on the Eastern side of the island of St. Vincent. In colonial times, it was a small plantation comprising approximately 230 acres of land. Historically, Portuguese indentured workers settled in the lower part of the ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Climate Change Mitigation
30,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/CC/20/02
This project proposes to address selected challenges related to Nutrition-sensitive Farming and Production thereby creating consumer demand for healthier foods: Areas of concentration will be on the following: - Water and surface management - ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Climate Change Mitigation
30,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/CC/20/04
The overall goal of this project is to the build resilience to climate change and the economic viability of thirty (30) vulnerable families in the Sandy Bay communities on the Windward side of the island. This will be achieved by establishing ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Climate Change Mitigation
30,000.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/CC/20/06
Water on the Grenadine islands is a precious resource and most islanders are acutely aware of the need for protection and conservation, plus the construction and maintenance of adequate rainwater storage facilities. Indeed, most households and ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Climate Change Mitigation
40,287.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/CC/20/05
In 2010, hurricane Tomas destroyed a majority of banana plants, many trees, as well as homes and businesses. In 2013, extreme rain caused floods and damage to the water pipeline, leaving thousands without access to public water. Roads and bridges ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Land Degradation
85,244.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP5/IWECO/LD/19/02
The Sandy Bay Community is of Indigenous origin, which consists of descendants mainly from “The Caribs”. The Community is situated on the Northern side of the Country. There is a lack of economic activity in the community save and except for ( ... )
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Land Degradation
49,855.00
Project Number:   SVG/SGP/OP5/Y4/STAR/LD/19/03