Contract Signed For The Construction Management Of Bregado Flax Educational Centre

Thursday, 4 April 2019 - 12:07pm

Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie has signed an agreement with BCQS Limited for the construction management of Bregado Flax Educational Centre.

Official Launch of the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Loan

Official Launch of the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Loan

Virgin Gorda Admin Buildings Preliminary Designs Complete

Monday, 1 April 2019 - 1:37pm

The preliminary designs for the restoration of the Virgin Gorda Administration Complex, Vanterpool and Flax buildings have been presented to Government officials.

Committee Updated On Reconstruction Of Government Buildings

Thursday, 28 March 2019 - 5:01pm

The Project Coordination Committee (PCC) met on Wednesday, March 27 to discuss updates on the Rehabilitation of "Other Government Buildings" projects financed by the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Loan (RRL).

Interview with Ms. Ivy George on Community Resilience - SnapComms Season 4 Episode 39

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The Projects Unit (PU) of the Ministry of Finance (MoF) is responsible for the planning and management of the RRL. The unit is headed by the Director of Projects, who acts as the Project Coordinator for the RRL and reports to the Financial Secretary (FS), Ministry of Finance.

The RRL will rehabilitate and rebuild infrastructure, re-establish early warning systems and emergency communications, provide sustainable support to persons with psychosocial needs and help build community resilience among parents, teachers, students, youth and other vulnerable groups.

The Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Loan (RRL) is a $65.291 million loan negotiated by the Government of the Virgin Islands (GOVI) with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) to rebuild social and economic infrastructure in the transport, water, education and national security sectors after the disasters of 2017.



The RRL finances a new Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) system that can withstand the impact of future natural hazards. The CCTV cameras will be installed in various public places that have been identified as areas of concern.