The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF), a regional catastrophe fund for Caribbean governments to limit the financial impact of catastrophe events including hurricanes, is prepared to make additional pay-outs totalling almost $8 million to CCRIF member countries following the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
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CCRIF, Insurance, Catastrophe, Hurricane Matthew, North America