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...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #10

When you step out of your destroyed island to take your brother to somewhere with better prospects for fulfilling educational goals, and see the...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #6

There still is no place like home. In little time we will be greener and our many rivers cleaner than ever. By Cornell Phillip

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...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #13

More signs of progress: I was able to swipe my NBD card on a purchase transaction yesterday. Domlec is lighting up Roseau. DOWASCO is restoring water services...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #9

Those who are staying to rebuild, those who have left and are doing what they can from their location to help ...THANK YOU. By Sharlyne...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #12

Let's talk about progress: "...nature is not spent. There lives the dearest freshness, deep down things." Someone from Grand Bay was telling me about how they...

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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Positive Notes from Positive People #14

When you reach ZERO in a few hours you start to look for the POSITIVE in every little thing to keep you going. When you...

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  
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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...
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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...

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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Positive Notes from Positive People #5

We used to make excuses to go to meetings and church and life.... before Monday 18 September. There is no excuse this time around. Not...

Positive Notes from Positive People #3

Those in authority...an opportunity to be a nation that recycles. All the tonnes of water bottles, let's set up an agreement for empty bottles to...
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Positive Notes from Positive People #7

Going out as fast as it gets in. Help one another. If you cannot be those things, then leave. Don't complain. Everyone is in...

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 #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...
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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...

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