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Leandra Lander pen pals

Positive Notes from Positive People #41

Its always my aim to make learning varied and meaningful. My class never had pen pals. And so I found them some; 5I of...
Help for Dominica

Positive Notes from Positive People #40

From Help for Dominica: Container loaded and on it's way to Dominica! Lots of issues with weather and transport but finally got it done! Special...

Positive Notes from Positive People #39

Stefan and I spent 2 Sundays so far picking up garbage (mostly plastic and styrofoam) from our beloved Champagne beach. Despite our efforts, we have...

Positive Notes from Positive People #38

A Trinidadian group building a home in the Kalinago Territory for a Kalinago family. They taught me a powerful lesson today: "Hands that serve...

Positive Notes from Positive People #36

Big up to all the young men who assisted with the clean up of an old building and its surroundings in the heart of...

Positive Notes from Positive People #35

What a fantastic day. Our Christmas shopping outing which Laurie and I do each Christmas for the children in Sultan. WE go to Roseau...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #34

Have breakfast two hours later today than your usual Sunday time. Use that two hours to look closely at the empty dining table, absorb...

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...

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...
UNICEF Eastern Caribbean

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...

Happy to be back! – UNICEF

Shequanda (left) and Shanese are two of the 750 Dominican students back out to school this week. On Monday October 30th, 2017, 6 weeks...

Positive Notes from Positive People #29

So they're saying normalcy is the new trending word in Dominica...let me tell you about my normalcy. P.S I couldn't give the story yesterday...

Positive Notes from Positive People #28

From day 4 post Hurricane Maria, Karib Bay Beach Bar has been recycled in a school for Mero children. This week, we have 31 kids...
Relief from Brazil

Positive Notes from Positive People #27

Thanks to our students, who are spread far and wide, help and the sentiment of support continue to come from all corners of the...
Maria's Night Out by Shadrach Burton

Positive Notes from Positive People #26

Again The island will be new again lush forests and skies blue again nature's smile will be true again visitors will come through again rough days will be few...
Simon Walsh relief supplies Dominica

Positive Notes from Positive People #25

Simon Walsh has lived in Dominica for a few decades now, in the southern community of Soufriere. He left a couple weeks ago, but...

Positive Notes from Positive People #24

Say what you want but Dominica have some goodhearted people. Went to the bakery, not surprisingly there is a line, and the lady says...
Fort Young Hotel heroes

Positive Notes from Positive People #23

I found this entire post on a LinkedIn page, shared by Alessandro Legrottaglie, a country manager at the World Bank Group. His wife thanks these...

Positive Notes from Positive People #22

Our Dominica, battered but still breathing. Second by second, minute by minute... day by day, we rise. #Dominicastrong By Digicel Dominica