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CANARI is a highly regarded, regional technical institute with over thirty years experience of research, policy influence and capacity building for participatory natural resource governance in the Caribbean. The Institute was established under its present name in 1989 but evolved out of a 1976 initiative of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources that became known as the Eastern Caribbean Natural Area Management Programme.


The DBJ provides funding and technical assistance to large projects.  However, in recent times,  it has expanded and improved its assistance to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) which are widely recognised as the engine of economic growth and development.

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