The EEP program has now come to a close. Therefore, a Focus Group Series was launched by the NEP with the support of the UNDP under the theme: Lessons Learned from the Emergency Employment Programme (EEP). The first two meetings were held in Portsmouth on Thursday June 28th for the Northern communities.

Local government representatives, Community Employment Assistants and NEP interns participated in focus group meetings to discuss the lessons learned and identify the best practices from the EEP. There were 12 participants from the communities of Cottage, Tan-Tan, Portsmouth, Dublanc, Penville and Calibishie.

Photo: Zaimis Olmos/UNDP
Photo: Zaimis Olmos/UNDP
Photo: Zaimis Olmos/UNDP

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The UNDP Dominica Project Office is a part of the Regional Sub-Office of Barbados and the OECS. The Team’s presence is part of the UNDPs response to the significant damage sustained from Hurricane Maria.

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