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Synthesis of the Caribbean subregion midterm review report of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Accelerated Modalities of Action (SAMOA) Pathway



Abstract .-- Introduction .-- I. Caribbean SIDS midterm review of the SAMOA Pathway – Selected Regional initiatives. A. Sustainable inclusive and equitable economic growth: Caribbean economic, financial and trade challenges. B. Climate change and disaster risk management in the Caribbean: main initiatives. C. Natural resources management and environment protection. D. Advancing sustainable energy options. E. Water, sanitation and waste management. F. Sustainable transportation: guarantying connectivity and access to environmentally affordable and well-maintained transportation in the region. G. Food security and nutrition: boosting agricultural productivity, resilience and diversification H. Health sector governance and non-communicable diseases. I. Social development, gender equality and security challenges in the Caribbean. J. Enhancing human capital through education, culture and sport .-- II. Recommendations to strengthen the means of implementation of the SIDs priorities.

The Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Accelerated Modalities of Action Pathway (hereafter referred to as the SAMOA Pathway) was adopted in 2014 at the United Nations Third International Conference on SIDS. The SAMOA Pathway builds on the 1994 Barbados Programme of Action for SIDS (BPOA) and the 2005 Mauritius Strategy of Implementation (MSI) for the Further Implementation of the BPOA. This document is a synthesis on the Caribbean Region- SAMOA Pathway Midterm Review Report prepared by ECLAC and in support of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Resolution 72/217.

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