According to the Green Climate Fund, the proposed project will cause a paradigm shift to make the Barbados society more aware of the water cycle and climate change impacts threatening the island's water supply.
The main objectives of the projects are to:
According to the Green Climate Fund, the major beneficiaries are the population of Barbados, which in 2016 was estimated by World Bank to be 284,215 people.
The Green Climate Fund's documents say that the following points are potential impacts of the project:
The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) will provide US$17.6 million in co-financing.
Dr. Kenrick Leslie
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre
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