After the devastation created by Hurricane Irma in September 2017, Sint Maarten is rebuilding with the help of the Sint Maarten Recovery Reconstruction and Resilience Trust Fund, financed by the government of the Netherlands and managed by the World Bank.
The government of Sint Maarten has listed the damages, estimated at US$ 1.38 billion, in a recovery plan
‘The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP)’ which also serves as a roadmap for the investment decisions of the $550 million Sint Maarten Recovery Reconstruction and Resilience Trust Fund. The top priorities of the NRRP are the basic needs of the people of Sint Maarten; such as food, shelter, health and livelihoods. The plan also focuses on a medium and longer-term approach to revitalize the economy in a sustainable manner. The projects that are currently being funded from the Sint Maarten Recovery Reconstruction and Resilience Trust Fund are aimed at sustainable strengthening of infrastructure as well as waste collection and processing.
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Please click on the following link to view the presentations that were given during the webinar on May 9, 2019. https://arubachamber.com/pages/presentations-sint-maarten-trust-fund-webinar-may-9-2019/
To view the recorded webinar please click on this link: https://1930181.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/Info+sessions+CuracaoArubaSXM+-+May+9,+2019/1_vibon943/29528271
Please click here for the questions and answers submitted during the webinar, 1st session on the World Bank Tenders for the rebuilding of Sint Maarten.
You are cordially invited to the 2nd information session on the World Bank Tenders for the rebuilding of St. Maarten. More information and event details available here: https://arubachamber.com/pages/event/information-session-2-on-world-bank-tenders-rebuilding-st-maarten/
Presentations World Bank Session 2
Please click on each link to view the presentations that were given during the 2nd session of the World Bank Tenders for the rebuilding of Sint Maarten, held on Friday, June 7, 2019.
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