Address by the President of the Caribbean Development Bank to the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting of The Board of Governors, St. Kitts and Nevis
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This morning, I propose to take a close-up look at what we regard as the “unfinished agenda”. This agenda defines those preeminent matters to which we need to channel our energies and resources if the Caribbean is to realise the “profound structural transformation that will overcome the obstacles to sustained prosperity”, which is envisaged both in the United Nations’ Post - 2015 Agenda and in our Strategic Plan 2015 to 2019.
As always, our small size behooves us to work in partnership with a wide range of institutions and governments. It requires, also, that we forge new alliances in order to be truly effective in a rapidly changing world. And, Chairman, it bestows upon us the responsibility to consistently raise the level of our capacity to deliver so that we continue to be the intermediary of choice in the Caribbean for channeling development resources to our people.