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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...
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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 #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...

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...

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 #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...
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...

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 #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...

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...
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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...

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...

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...

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...
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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...

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 #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...

Positive Notes from Positive People #11

I spent the latter part of my day assisting with the delivery of water to the west coast community of Mero. By Khadijah Moore
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Positive Notes from Positive People #8

I heard my mother's voice on Monday. I asked her to come, she chose to stay. She sang for me with a voice pure and...

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