Grenada. June 11-15, 2018. The International Organization for Migration (IOM), in support of the National Disaster Management Agency of Grenada (NadMA), conducted two workshops on Shelter Management, in the cities St. George and St. Patrick, in Grenada; with the objective of building the capacity of district shelter management committees and shelter management team capacity to contribute to an effective shelter response with international standards.
The workshop consisted in the development of a training on shelter management and an initial assessment of some of the primary shelters in-country to look at the situation and needs in terms of infrastructure and equipment. As NaDMA already had a technical inspection underway, IOM intervention planned for broadening the impact of the government project.
A total of 60 people were trained on the core competencies of shelter managers in Grenada. The events helped strengthning the capacity of both national and district shelter management committees, as well as shelter management team members under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development.
The training was opened by NadMA Director, and during the event the Senator Winston Garraway from the Ministry of Climate Resilience, Environment, Fisheries, Forestry and Disaster Management and Information, and the Permanent Secretary Merina Jessamy, visited the event and addressed the trainees.
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