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We all recognize that we must think anew, we must do new ways and strike out together if we are going to help to rebuild and to strengthen these countries. William Balarti joins us here dcreto. The longer-term situation of the Caribbean faced with more and more severe climate related shocks, and how we can extend these lessons and actions to other countries facing growing similar threats.
There is an enormous opportunity for us. We recognize that both our interests and our futures are inextricably linked.
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We are very serious about that. Jordan and Lebanon were becoming deeply indebted in order to take care of Syrian refugees which, in our view, was a service that they were providing to the rest of the world. Under devreto creditors forgo some of their claims in exchange for investments in resilience. There are three principles that I feel should guide us forward: Which is why, as my Chancellor said yesterday in the financial meetings, we believe that there is more role and scope for development finance for the official development assistance as decrsto.
Because when crises happen, we need to look at how the system responds, not competing and working in ddecreto, but pooling the resources together. So, reform in the system, enabling the countries, the communities, the territories to start to think to the future in how they plan, prepare and respond. This was one of the points emphasized by my colleague Prime Minister of Dominica recently. This could include designing debt for resilience initiatives, mobilizing innovative risk financing tools to better manage fiscal risks related to disorders, and mobilizing private sector participation in working out solutions.
This work is going to be overseen by a colleague of mine, Mr. Decret you very much for being here and joining us in this high-level roundtable on recovery and resilience in the Caribbean.
So, this is what we need to do. That also means expanding that suite of instruments on offer to countries to help them manage the risk, manage the debt, bring forth insurance and other types of financial instruments too. Fourthly, the use of risk transfer mechanism including the CCRIF and state contingent debt instruments.
Secondly, the mainstream of disaster risk management and government programs and operations. And in terms of the relief efforts, we will see the relief efforts from our own respective countries and the communities that we have been supporting.
This discussion on recovery and resilience must continue at COP 23 next month in Germany. So, 490-7 put the challenge right back to you, Devreto.
President Kim, our islands face the triple trap of one, severe climate impacts, high fossil fuel imports, and high levels of debt. So, we were able to put an instrument together to provide concessional financing for high and middle income countries because of the burden.
The whole population of Barbuda has been evacuated to Antigua in what one resident called the Caribbean version of Dunkirk. Adaptive safety nets, social protection programs like cash transfers. 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.
So, we need to now think strategically with the insurance industry. There are communities, for example, on the coast of India who got much better at preparing for storms.
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This will require the generosity dcreto bilateral donors, the United Nations, the World Bank and just as importantly, it will require the private sector. So, their financial interest is in not paying out. But we are, of course, looking through funding disaster resilient construction.
So, five things that we promise to work with you on. Our region has been hit by two Category 5 hurricanes, Irma and Maria within two weeks. To play a part in supporting those territories and demonstrating agility and flexibility as the world is changing and as the need is changing as well, and be much responsive. We also need to rethink the insurance model. We need to overcome the restrictions which limit small island states eligibility for concessionary financing by drawing on the experience of Jordan and Lebanon and extending the application of the global concessionary financing facility.
But a couple of conclusions. That has been unprecedented. Jim, you mentioned the international system. And because we believe that the truest sense of compassion comes with helping others to help themselves, as we respond to immediate needs, we are also looking for ways to help build resilience as so many have said so wisely. Our preliminary estimates indicate that Irma caused damages of about 14 percent of GDP for Antigua and Barbuda, for Dominica earlier estimates indicate 490-70 the total damage could reach percent of GDP.
Finding ways, obviously to prevent, 490–07, respond to crises in the future.
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. But that combination of private sector capacity resource expertise is absolutely vital. They want to prevent having catastrophic outcomes and we want that as well.
We have not come to you as victims, we have come to you with decreo positive opportunity.