The Emergency Recovery Project  (ERP-1) is the first project approved under the Trust Fund and contributes to Sint Maarten’s immediate recovery needs.

The project finances the repair of critical infrastructure including our police stations, shelters and schools. It secures emergency equipment and training for our first responders. It also finances the restoration and upgrading of the electricity and water system of N.V. GEBE. Private home repairs assist homeowners who need assistance in repairing homes that were damaged as a result of the hurricane. Several social housing units will also be repaired.

1.1 Critical Disaster Management and First Responders’ Infrastructure Repairs and Improvements    USD 5.90 million

1.2 First Responders’ Emergency Equipment and Priority Vehicles   USD 8.10 million

1.3 Training and Institutional Strengthening   USD 0.75 million

2.1 Restoring Electricity Services   USD 3.1 million

2.2 Restoring and Increasing Water Storage Capacity   USD 7.9 million

2.3 Updating GEBE Business Plan   USD 0.6 million

3.1 Home Repair Program   USD 7 million

3.2 Emergency Support to Sint Maarten Housing Development Foundation   USD 5 million

3.3 Public Buildings Recovery USD 7.85 million

4.1 Support to the Interim Recovery Committee   USD 0.5 million

4.2 Support to the National Recovery Program Bureau   USD 5.5 million

4.3 Sovereign Parametric Financial Protection Measures   USD 3.0 million

Project at a glance

Project ID P167339
Grant Agreement Signed July 11, 2018
Effective since July 18, 2018
Grant Amount US $ 55.2 million
Disbursed Funds US $ 40.47 million
Contracts Awarded US $ 35.9 million