Forestry Division Staff Praised for Commitment to Clean-up Efforts

The Botanic Gardens in Roseau, Dominica, was once known as the finest botanical gardens in the Caribbean Region. It was severely damaged by Hurricane...

How to Deal With Debt After a Natural Disaster

Taking care of your financial health after a natural disaster is one of the most important household priorities. One of the main concerns arising...

Positive Notes from Positive People #33

Post Maria Experience: The bus stop was empty, it was becoming dark, it was drizzling, many mosquitoes were out to play and there were...

Positive Notes from Positive People #32

In Roseau today! First time that Roseau has felt normal. We drove right into Roseau no hold ups truly like normal! I even managed to...

New ‘Emergency Cash Transfer’ Program – UNICEF

UNICEF Eastern Caribbean is pleased to announce that earlier today we signed a Program Document with the Ministry of Social Services, Family and Gender Affairs (MoSSFGA)...

The Region Must Adapt to Climate Change – CARICOM Secretary General

New York, United States (November 21, 2017) – Resources the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is mobilizing to support reconstruction of hurricane ravaged Member States is intended...

130,000 Seedlings Planted in Dominica Since Hurricane Maria

Roseau, Dominica (November 21, 2017) – The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) is supporting the work of the OECS Commission’s Agricultural Unit to...

Voluntourism with Hibiscus Valley Inn

Persons or groups interested in helping to rebuild Dominica after the passing of Hurricane Maria can book packages with us in our beautiful Nature...

Scuba Voluntourism in Post-Maria Dominica

Love to scuba dive? Want to help out with hurricane relief? Cabrits Dive Center and Keepin’it Real are collaborating in Toucari Debris Dives, a scuba diving voluntourism project focusing on cleaning the marine reserve...

Voluntourism Packages Now Available

Roseau, Dominica (November 10, 2017) – Discover Dominica Authority is pleased to announce that two voluntourism packages are now available. Persons interested in assisting...

Fort Young Hotel Set to Re-Open After Hurricane Maria Devastation

Roseau, Dominica (November 17, 2017) – After experiencing devastation in the wake of Hurricane Maria on September 18, 2017, Fort Young Hotel, Dominica’s largest hotel, is...

Get Dominica Green Again – IsraAID

Eight weeks after Hurricane Maria struck the Caribbean island of Dominica, life is slowly getting back into a routine! After supporting the re-opening of...

Positive Notes from Positive People #31

Calibishie recovery. Hills are green again, gone are the brown skeletal tree remnants, the wind tortured brown earth. After two months the surrounding forests are...
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Rebuilding Strategy is ‘Underway’ and Country Showing ‘Great Resilience’

October 16, 2017 – Less than a month after the terrible devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, the streets are being cleared, utilities returning, people...

Range Developments Fully Committed, Work on Cabrits Resort Kempinski to Restart

Saturday, September 28, 2017 – The directors and staff of Range Developments wish to express their support and solidarity with the people of Dominica...

Ross University School of Medicine to Relocate Temporarily to Knoxville, Tennesse

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - More than 1,400 students, faculty and staff from Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) plan to relocate temporarily to Knoxville,...
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Calling All the Kids! – UNICEF

In the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, IsraAID and UNICEF are collaborating to provide safe space for children. While impressively, over 30% of schools in...

Child-safe Tents at Rosalie Bay Resort – IsraAID

This week, IsraAID's team together with local partners, set up child-safe tents to provide educational and stress-relief recreational activities for local children. The Caribbean...
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A Teacher’s Care – UNICEF

The sacrifices of teachers often go unrecognized. On September 18th when disaster struck and Hurricane Maria swept through Dominica, it left Grade 2 Newtown Primary...

PSA from Forestry, Wildlife and Parks Division

The Forestry, Wildlife and Parks Division would like to inform the general public that all sightings of the Mountain Chicken (Crapaud), Sisserou and Jaco Parrots...

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