What is SIDS DOCK?

SIDS DOCK is a United Nations (UN)-recognised international organisation established in 2015, with all the rights and privileges for addressing climate change, resilience, and energy security in small islands. SIDS DOCK represents 32 small islands and low-lying developing states across the globe. It is so named because it is designed as a “DOCKing station,” to connect the energy sector in SIDS with the global markets for finance and sustainable energy technologies. The Honourable Rev. Dr. Pohiva Tu’i’onetoa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tonga is the current President of the SIDS DOCK Assembly.

(Left to right): Hon. Maxine McClean, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Government of Barbados, Ms. Valerie Browne, Permanent Secretary, Division of Energy and Telecommunication, Office of the Prime Minister, Government of Barbados, and H.E. Ambassador Vince Henderson, Permanent Representative of the Commonwealth of Dominica to the United Nations and Chairman of the SIDS DOCK Steering Committee

The organisation’s work is coordinated by the Secretariat, in Belmopan, Belize.

SIDS DOCK Secretariat
C/o Ministry of Public Service, Energy, and Public Utilities
Government of Belize
North Wing, Ground Floor
Sir Edney Cain Building
Belmopan, Cayo District

Tel: 1-301-873-4522
Fax: (501) 822-2206




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