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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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  

Positive Notes from Positive People #21

Approximately 12:30 PM on October 17th 2017, almost one month after Wicked Maria hit... this is Cork Street, Roseau. Some commerce is taking place. Traffic...

Positive Notes from Positive People #20

So I was just a little tired of canned food, and unable to venture to any area where I could buy some fresh meat...

Positive Notes from Positive People #19

Cuba is sending over 300 tonnes of relief supplies to Dominica, I can't even explain how amazing that is! And two teams of electrical...
Ms Bibi IsraAID, Dominica

Rebuilding homes – IsraAID

Ms. Bibi has been living in the Church shelter in San Sauveur, for the past four weeks, since Hurricane Maria hit the Caribbean island...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #18

Hurricane Maria, on September 18th and into the early hours of September 19th hit us with winds that extended up to 200mph and caused...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #17

Morning my peeps. The sun still continues to rise and set on our once lovely Dominica. For all the destruction that Maria dealt, I...
Clean water IsraAID, Dominica

Providing Clean Water – IsraAID

"The patient in the ER asked for some water to drink; the nurse apologized and said that unfortunately, there isn't any..." IsraAID's volunteer nurse practitioner, Tammy...

Positive Notes from Positive People #16

From our inbox from Stacy Lusty: Hello, I did this colouring to raise awareness in the UK of what is going on out there and...
Heartless Maria, Hector John

Positive Notes from Positive People #15

Heartless Maria By Hector “Spags” John Maria decided to go island hopping and in Dominica first she decided to pop in We all knew that she was coming...

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