Related Research from CCARR Centre

Climate Change and The Bahamas: Information Brief

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This brief provides information on the current state of the climate, projected climate change, and its effects on the physical and social environment of The Bahamas. As a small island developing state (SIDS), The Bahamas is among the most vulnerable countries in the world to climate change. A range of climate change hazards – from increased frequency of major hurricanes to sea level rise to changes in rainfall and flooding – all interact to affect people, industries, and the environment with the potential for significant and permanent impact.

Collecting and Using Data on Internally Displaced Persons: An Assessment of The Bahamas and Hurricane Dorian

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This report assesses the collection and use of data on IDPs in The Bahamas that were forced from their homes as a result of the 2019 Hurricane Dorian. It is the result of a comprehensive literature review and interviews with key informants from various public, private and non-governmental agencies that collected and used data on IDPs.

Hurricane Dorian Documentaries

Dorian: Rotary Responds

Searching for Survival – Hurricane Dorian Environment Documentary

By: Bahamas National Trust

Hurricane Dorian: One Year Later

By: American RedCross

Mental Health Resources

The Bahamas Psychological Association in collaboration with The Ministry of Health is providing mental health support to those affected by Hurricane Dorian and/or Covid-19.

Resources are offered in both English and Haitian Creole. Find out more on their site:

Other Hurricane Dorian Stories

Hurricane Dorian in The Bahamas: A story of damage, despair and perseverance

After the Storm: Two Hurricane Dorian Survivors Share Their Stories

Here in the Bahamas, Every Generation Has Its Storm Stories. The Tale of Hurricane Dorian Is Still Being Written

Stories of Survival: Family Lives to Tell of Hurricane Dorian’s Wrath