PISLM initiates regional response post Beryl  “The organisation’s response strategy will also focus on critical areas including an assessment of the damage caused by Beryl, particularly related to soil erosion, land degradation and soil health” View the full post PISLM initiates regional response post Beryl  on NOW Grenada.

USAID $4.5 million in humanitarian assistance for countries impacted by Hurricane Beryl In Grenada, USAID intends to provide US$1 million to bolster relief efforts View the full post USAID $4.5 million in humanitarian assistance for countries impacted by Hurricane Beryl on NOW Grenada.

Grenlec Restoration Update 11 July Grenlec’s 11 July update for St John, St Andrew and St David View the full post Grenlec Restoration Update 11 July on NOW Grenada.

Retraction of GIS statement The Office of the Prime Minister of Grenada apologises to the office of the Premier of the Cayman Islands and renounces and retracts the Government Information Service (GIS) press release of Thursday, 11 July 2024 View the full post Retraction of GIS statement on NOW Grenada.

Republic Bank brings relief to EC Territories affected by Hurricane Beryl “Republic Bank is pleased to support our neighbours through the donation of personal effects, household and hardware items and other relief supplies, valued at US$150,000” View the full post Republic Bank brings relief to EC Territories affected by Hurricane Beryl on NOW Grenada.

Grenada has not formally requested triggering of debt suspension clause The Prime Minister said that suspending the debt payments will add or lengthen the repayment period allowing that liquidity to help with the relief and rebuilding efforts View the full post Grenada has not formally requested triggering of debt suspension clause on NOW Grenada.

FAO supports Caribbean governments after impact of Hurricane Beryl “Preliminary indications are that approximately 60,000 people require humanitarian assistance in Grenada, St Vincent, and the Grenadines” View the full post FAO supports Caribbean governments after impact of Hurricane Beryl on NOW Grenada.

Rebuilding hope after Hurricane Beryl: A joint statement from GCNA/GCA “Very soon, farmers will be given every assistance available in the form of technical assistance, farm labour support, plants, seeds, clearance to roads to increase farm access, fertiliser and cash incentives” View the full post Rebuilding hope after Hurricane Beryl: A joint statement from GCNA/GCA on NOW Grenada.

Statement from the Fiscal Resilience Oversight Committee (FROC) “FROC will review reports on the impact of Hurricane Beryl, the policy responses by the Government and the reports as stipulated in the Fiscal Resilience Act and the Public Finance Management Act” View the full post Statement from the Fiscal Resilience Oversight Committee (FROC) on NOW Grenada.

24,000 people in urgent need following Hurricane Beryl devastation According to the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office in Barbados, the UN will be launching a response aimed at raising US$5 million for 24,000 people in urgent need in Grenada following Hurricane Beryl View the full post 24,000 people in urgent need following Hurricane Beryl devastation on NOW Grenada.