The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency (CDERA) is having talks with a number of partners including the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, the University of Puerto Rico Seismic Network, the Univ.
What does CDERA stand for?
CDERA stands for Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency
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- ELINT Parameters List Database
- Child Development Education Pilot Program (South Carolina)
- Community Diabetes Education and Prevention Program (est. 2003; Canada)
- Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (Food and Drug Administration; Maryland)
- Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (US FDA)
- Centre de Developpement des Energies Renouvables (French)
- Centre de Développement des Energies Renouvelables (French)
- Centre for Diabetes and Endocrinology Research (Queensland, Australia)
- Client Development and Evaluation Report (California Department of Developmental Services)
- Computer Data Entry Recorder
- Consejo Didáctico para Estudiantes de Relaciones Internacionales (Spanish: Student Teaching Council for International Relations)
- Command Derived Education Requirements System
- Career Development and Employment Service (London Metropolitan University; UK)
- CDS (Combat Direction System) Development & Evaluation Site
- Centre de Droit et d’Économie du Sport (French)
- Centro de Derechos Económicos y Sociales (Spanish: Center for Economic and Social Rights; Ecuador)
- Comité Départemental d'Éducation pour la Santé (French)
- Commission Départementale de l'Education Spécialisée (French: Departmental Committee on Special Education)
- Coincidence Detection Emission Tomography
- Collateral Damage Estimation Tool (Joint Warfare Analysis Center)
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The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency in Barbados said Jamaica was still experiencing tropical storms and it would be a few days before workers could provide relief.