At The Caribbean Network for Urban and Land Management (CNULM), we believe that urban and land management enables the conditions necessary to achieve social equity, environmental justice and widespread prosperity.

The CNULM enacts its vision by adopting a supportive, specialized and organizing role.  Together with regional partners (in Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago), associate organizations, academic institutions and international donor agencies, the blueSpace Secretariat (the implementing body of the CNULM) coordinates development projects and research, workshops and conferences in the fields of urban and land management.

These activities can be summarized in four pillars, each; capacity building, knowledge management, urban assessment and networking.

To learn about the structure of the Caribbean Network for Urban and Land Management you can visit our Secretariat, Advisory BoardPartners and Donors Pages or activate our short Prezi below.