Outgoing head of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency, Jeremy Collymore, has outlined his achievements and expectations for the organisation’s future, during a farewell call on Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean.
During the meeting at the Ministry’s Culloden Road, St. Michael office last Friday, Collymore thanked the Government for the support to CDEMA for the last 21 years that saw a comprehensive approach to regional disaster management.
McClean also thanked Collymore for his expertise in the area and expressed the hope that his skills would be further utilised throughout the region in disaster mitigation.
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