The Environmental Research Institute Charlotteville (ERIC) hosted the launch of the GEF CReW+ project in Charlotteville on March 24th.
The project aims to improve drinking water availability as well as reduce fresh and sea water pollution in Charlotteville and the environs.
The activities in Charlotteville are implemented through financing from the CReW+ project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), and implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Utilities, the Tobago House of Assembly, the Water and Sewerage Authority, and the Environmental Management Authority.
The GEF Crew+ is a partnership project that is being co-implemented by the Inter- American Development Bank (IDB) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The launch provided an opportunity to introduce the GEF CReW+ Project, project team, and partners to community members in Charlotteville.
The launch took place at the ERIC compound at Mon-O-War Bay Cottages, Charlotteville.