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Frequently Asked Questions

What is CSFDG’s Mission?

To provide resources and skills training for circular product development to entrepreneurs of Caribbean SIDS while raising awareness of vulnerabilities to climate change. 

What is CSFDG’s Vision? 

To develop a thriving circular economy with a focus on women entrepreneurs, and influence effective climate change resilience strategies on Caribbean SIDS. 

Who are beneficiaries of CSFDG?

Entrepreneurs on Caribbean SIDS and international entrepreneurs of Caribbean SIDS heritage.

How long has CSFDG been active?

In 2022 CSFDG began its work with women in St. Patrick’s Grenada as a collaboration with T.A. Marryshow Community College Fashion Program. 

What’s the difference between a CSFDG Member and a CSFDG Ambassador?

CSFDG Members own local sustainable businesses and mentor our ambassadors to grow small businesses with high quality products and a circular economy approach.


CSFDG Ambassadors are catalysts for change at the local level, we provide resources, education, and skills training to enhance the quality of their products and services. 

What are SIDS? 

Small Island Developing States (SIDS) include some of the world’s smallest and most remote states in the world. Though they differ in population size, geographical spread and development progress, they share challenges and vulnerabilities: high exposure to natural disasters, climate change, and global economic shocks, as well as small or unstable domestic revenues and limited borrowing opportunities. 

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