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So, here are five things that we will commit to going forward and I hope that we dcereto all work together on it. We recognize that both our interests and our futures are inextricably linked. As conditions improve and headlines fade, our emergency programs will phase out and our long-term efforts will require long-term commitments from the international community.

And in delivering to the region, the international community can benefit a growing number of countries facing the challenge of financing the agenda in a world of external shocks. As I mentioned, Grenada has already introduced the Hurricane Clause. Challenge the system, absolutely, but increase the flows of private sector financial support defreto the reconstruction efforts. Earlier this week, I did have the chance to meet with the Prime Minister of Dominica who ddecreto me those photos of the devastation in his country.

As they work to recover from the devastation caused by these hurricanes, Irma and Maria. Under which creditors forgo some of their claims in exchange for investments in resilience.


But we are, of course, looking through funding disaster resilient construction. And in terms of the decret efforts, we will see the relief efforts from our own respective countries and the communities that we have been supporting.

And decret this very brief introduction I would like to leave you with Dr. The year storm, colleagues, is now the new norm. In previous decades, a person in the Caribbean could generally expect to experience one Category 5 hurricane in their lifetime.


And I am looking to bring the private sector leaders together from a range of sectors, business sectors, the private sector, the financial sectors and industries, together in London later this year, to identify practical ways, meaningful ways in where we can innovate. No one can underestimate the extent of the challenge but, I think, on a human level as well, the devastation, the psychological impact and I want 490-7 pay tribute to everyone.

So, building resilience to extreme weather events is clearly in the center of the decdeto work. Antecendente y Objetivo Antecedentes: Yet today, finance is not decretoo with the needs of investing and resilience. And in order to do exactly this, to provide advice, research, expertise on risk financing to countries facing climate change issues, natural disasters and the big challenges that we are talking about today.

The sectors that had a footprint in the region before the hurricanes and the sectors that will be decrefo after the hurricanes as well. But we also know that they are a powerful agent of change, development, and peace.

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So, five things that we promise to work with you on. Local ownership also means that women need to be at the forefront. First, in the wake of disasters like Irma and Maria we should channel resources quickly, flexibly, efficiently, and ensure that they reach those most adversely affected.

Volatility can dislodge even most prudent countries from their development pathways. Finally, these disasters offer an opportunity to innovate.

We as governments may seek to adjust our approaches through a number of measures, for example, the adoption of fiscal rules and the establishment of fiscal buffers.

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The third is, I completely agree. So, we were able to put an instrument together to provide concessional financing for high and middle income countries because of the burden. This is reflected in the constituency we share here at the World Bank Group and the IMF, and our friendship can be seen in our extensive people to people ties.


Thank you very much, Prime Minister. Funds are needed to ensure that humanitarian support can be provided at scale.

That too is unprecedented. Let me begin with local ownership. And, of course, working with the governments, effected communities, people, to build back better, but also to understand that term in terms of building back better.

Last, but not least, we need to work with governments and all of the relevant parties to help people cope with the shock. Welcome, congratulations and xecreto have the floor.

We are entering into a new and unprecedented era of climate change and its grievous effects upon us all. This extraordinary meeting today follows extraordinary events. And resilience starts with ex-ante preparedness. We need international consensus that finance needs to be better aligned in a changing world.

So, we need to now think strategically with the insurance industry. Second, we need to make sure that we use all existing instruments and knowledge to help build resilience. The people of the Caribbean have just experienced two Category 5 storms in just over two weeks. Let me conclude by thanking President Kim for convening us. Thank 490-7 very much. And so, we are looking ahead in terms of how we can facilitate and play a role in facilitating those key tenets, bringing those strands and pillars together.