Today, both the public and private sectors grapple with devising and implementing inclusive and meaningful initiatives, policies, programs, and services that align with sustainable development goals and objectives.
In the Caribbean, community-based organizations are central to the creation of new knowledge and understanding. CADS focus on knowledge production that fosters the formation of inclusive community spaces that enable citizens to actively engage in and support responsive development.
Assess organisational and institutional behaviour and environment
Develop organisational capacities for networking, communication, management, leadership and service delivery,
Develop Institutional Capacity Development framework
Defining Training Needs and Profiles
Curriculum Design and Development
Reviewing and Developing Capacity Systems
Increased productivity and innovation are critical for the Caribbean region. At the same time, the region boasts a youthful and relatively educated population who are increasingly connected and entrepreneurial. This cluster identifies documentation that points to the competitive economic advantage, growth and investment opportunities that are both unique and timely for the Caribbean.
Comprehensive long-term innovation planning
Entrepreneurship and investment opportunities
Assessing Skills Gaps and mismatch skills
Creating Company/Business Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Streamline product/service development
Sound development policy, planning, and implementation depend on the availability, reliability, and regularity of quality data and information. This cluster sources and organizes some of the most recent and pertinent data and statistics for on development.
Statistical data management
Data collection planning
Data Input, Storage, Retrieval, and Preparation
Compilation and Analysis of Statistical Data
Data Analysis Techniques & Tools
Statistical Summary & Reporting
This region faces significant levels of citizen insecurity. CADS looks at the many facets that enable persistent insecurity in the Caribbean. Each requires more understanding and deeper examination of the underlying issues that are likely to drive citizen insecurity and vulnerability in Caribbean communities.
Defining and Assessing vulnerabilities in legal systems
Assessing human health vulnerabilities
Understanding Risks within the workplace
Assessing Consumer Vulnerabilities
Vulnerable Populations and Safeguards
Social Protection for the poor, elderly, women, children, indigenous groups, etc.
Poverty Alleviation Assessments
Exposure to Vulnerabilities
All Caribbean states have embraced and signed on to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). To help fulfil our commitments towards achieving the SDGs by 2030, CADS helps our clients find and implement sustainable climate-ready solutions. Knowledge production and its application can advance living standards in ways that reflect the diverse and unique resources of the Caribbean.
Climate & Sustainability
Sustainable agriculture and fisheries
Food and Water Security
Sustainable Forest Management
Mitigating Climate Risks
Building Climate Resilient Infrastructure
Citizens of the Caribbean are increasingly voicing their expectations for open and transparent governments. This cluster promotes access to public spaces and processes that enable the public to assess the quality of governance, provision of services, and the formulation and implementation of policies that affect their lives.
sustainable and inclusive natural resource governance
Building more accountable local governance
Building inter-linkages key stakeholders
Equitable and sustainable outcomes for the poor and marginalized groups
Responding to Pandemic