The Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) is one of ten IMF Regional Technical Assistance Centers (RTACs) located around the world in the Pacific, the Caribbean, in Africa, the Middle East, India and Central America. These Centres were created to help countries strengthen human and institutional capacity to design and implement sound macroeconomic policies that promote growth and reduce poverty.
IMF's CARTAC and the World Bank Discuss CD Coordination
A delegation from the World Bank Office in the Caribbean met with staff of the IMF Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) to coordinate their respective capacity development activities. Thank you to Lilia Burunciuc, World Bank Country Director for Caribbean Countries, Nataliya Mylenko, Lead Country Economist, Federico Baechli, Senior Country Officer, and Ricardo Habalian, Senior Operations Officer, for being #IMFpartners.
IMF's CARTAC and the UK Meet to Discuss CARTAC Work on Climate Financing
The United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in Barbados and the IMF Caribbean Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) discussed the work program of Nadia Henry, CARTAC new Debt Management and Climate Finance Resident Adviser. Thank you to Liz Brower, Economics Adviser, and Patricia Shako, Climate & Disaster Resilience Adviser, for being #imfpartners.
IMF's CARTAC and the USAID Meet to Discuss Building Resilience to Climate Change
The IMF and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) counterparts met to discuss how Caribbean countries can build resilience to climate change utilizing the IMF’s Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC). Thank you to Clinton White, Counselor; Gillian Caldwell, Chief Climate Officer; and Mervyn Farroe, Regional Representative for being #imfpartners.
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