About SIDS DOCK
SIDS DOCK is an initiative among member countries of the Alliance of Small Island States to provide the Small Island Developing States with a collective institutional mechanism to assist them in transforming their national energy sectors into a catalyst for economic development and help generate financial resources to address adaptation to climate change.
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Where is SIDS DOCK's headquarters?
SIDS DOCK's headquarters is located at Belmopan.
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