August 28, 2018 |
The Netherlands will inject a further $47.5m into its $580m Sint Marteen recover and resilience fund, according to a note from the World Bank.
Proceeds will be allocated towards emergency support training and a $25m expansion of the Sint Maarten Hospital.
"With the new funds, we plan to invest in the people of Sint Maarten; their job skills, livelihoods and health care,” Sint Maarten Prime Minister Leona Romeo-Marlin said. “Strengthening our human capital is a key part of the successful recovery
Caribbean island will use resources to finance medical center, emergency support expansion