Caribbean sustainable economic development challenges are unique. Very few of the world’s regions comprise that many development inequalities and GDP gaps between countries: rich financial Islands like the Cayman, fossil-fuel oriented economies like Trinidad and Tobago or low-income countries like Haiti. This creates a complex matrix for cooperation in terms of sustainable development strategies. However, the region has common needs in terms of renewable energy, infrastructure or trainings to follow a dynamic aligned with sustainable development goals, SDG 8 “Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all ” and SDG 9 in particular “Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation” along with the social pillar of the SDGs through SDG 4 (Education).
Unite Caribbean supports public and private actors in their sustainable economic and social development path through its expertise in consulting and project management.
We offer consulting services and manage projects in the entire Caribbean basin./p>
Unite Caribbean supports cooperation between TVET institutions in Saint Lucia and FWI to create a sustainable and inclusive econmic development beyond linguistic borders.
Unite Caribbean carried out a comprehensive mapping of Guadeloupe’s expertise coupled with an analysis of technical assistance funding across the Caribbean to enable greater economic integration between the French West Indies and the region.
Unite Caribbean is supporting the Haitian National Airport Authority in its international ICAO certification process with a compliance audit, a corrective support plan and training for the airport teams.
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