Specialized Tank Cleaning Facility in Jamaica
The project will create a centralized specialized ISO-tank container cleaning facility of ISO standards within the port of Kingston providing cleaning, repairs, testing and certification services to our Caribbean users.
Development of commercial produce farm using Greenhouse and Drip Irrigation Technology
Company: Plympton Farms
Plympton Farms is developing a commercial produce farm in Guyana that uses greenhouse and drip irrigation technology to cater to Caribbean and US Markets. The project will assist the farm to increase its output and export potential.
Impact Investment in the Caribbean
Impact Investing is an emerging industry which entails investors actively placing capital in businesses and funds that generate social and/or environmental goods and at least return nominal principal to the investor. This project partnered with the IDB’s Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) to examine the existing impact investment activities in Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago; the feasibility of increased activity in this area including the demand for and availability of such financing; and the role of government policy in creating an enabling environment for impact investment in the region.
Identifying Sustainable Agricultural Initiatives in the Caribbean
This project partners with the IDB’s Multilateral Investment Fund to study sustainable agriculture in Barbados, Belize, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname, The Bahamas and Trinidad and& Tobago. It examines current developments in sustainable agriculture in this country, analyses specific challenges, and identifies opportunities, taking into consideration trade liberalization, food safety, quality and security, rising food prices, the expansion of niche markets, diversification, climate change and environmental sustainability.
Productive Development Policies in the Caribbean
This project analyses the impact of Productive Development Polices in The Bahamas, Belize, and Suriname using the â€œProductive Development Policiesâ€ framework developed by Ricardo Hausmann and a team at Harvard University. It complements similar analyses undertaken by the IDB on Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago that were completed in order to achieve a better understanding of PDPs in the region.