WHERE WE WORK

Dominica

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Influenced by its geography and history, Dominica—the ‘Nature Island’—boasts of the most extensive natural forests in the Eastern Caribbean and is home to the most diverse assemblage of wildlife among the smaller Caribbean islands. The Caribbean Biodiversity Fund supports the long-term management and expansion of Dominica’s terrestrial and marine protected areas.

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Local Partners and Beneficiaries

With funding from the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund, implementing organizations execute projects on the ground to create meaningful positive impact within the region.
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University of the West Indies – Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies

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Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture

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Saint Lucia National Trust

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Dominica National Conservation Trust Fund

Our Work in the Country

From forest to sea, the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund works to preserve and sustain Dominica’s natural resources for the benefit of its people and the region.
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USAID’s Sustainable Financing for Caribbean Regional Conservation Project

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USAID’s Sustainable Financing for Caribbean Regional Conservation Project

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Caribbean Organizations for a Resilient Environment (CORE) Project

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Effective Marine Protected Area Activities for the Caribbean (EMPAC) Project

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Strengthening Coastal and Marine Climate Resilience through Upland and Coastal Ecosystem Based Adaptation and Community Engagement

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Adapting to a new reality: Managing responses to influxes of sargassum seaweed in the Eastern Caribbean as ecosystem hazards and opportunities (SargAdapt)

Other Countries

Learn more about the work that we do in other countries in the Caribbean.