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Recovery News & Resources

Recovery News & Resources

Miami Businessman Organizes Relief with Private Jets

Miami Businessman Organizes Relief with Private Jets

Business Man Jonathan Brown says he has recruited three jets, which he has committed  to shuttle back and forth between Florida and Dominica once a day. >>> Miamitimes

Oct 1:  Rescue Global Uk Teams with Brown Dailymail.co,uk 

Business Man Jonathan Brown says he has recruited three jets, which he has committed  to shuttle back and forth between Florida and Dominica once a day. >>> Miamitimes

Oct 1:  Rescue Global Uk Teams with Brown Dailymail.co,uk 

Carters  Hardware Store

Carters  Hardware Store

Carters Barbados is taking donations from its clients and anyone who wants to donate. They are sending building supplies, generators and water to Dominica. All Locations: 246-227-8377 

Carters Barbados is taking donations from its clients and anyone who wants to donate. They are sending building supplies, generators and water to Dominica. All Locations: 246-227-8377 

Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency

Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency

Barbados Coast Guard

Barbados Coast Guard

Barbados Coast Guard vessels continue to transport disaster response personnel and relief supplies to Dominica. Headquarters, HMBS  PELICAN, Spring Garden, St. Michael, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.. 246-536-2216

Barbados Coast Guard vessels continue to transport disaster response personnel and relief supplies to Dominica. Headquarters, HMBS  PELICAN, Spring Garden, St. Michael, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.. 246-536-2216

Trinidad & Tobago Coast Guard

Trinidad & Tobago Coast Guard

2 tonnes of donated food items delivered by TTCG and 14,000 pounds of relief supplies were flown in by the National Helicopter Services..

868-634-4439 

2 tonnes of donated food items delivered by TTCG and 14,000 pounds of relief supplies were flown in by the National Helicopter Services..

868-634-4439 

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Aid Dominica Website is a not for profit initiative that provides information for those wish to or who are volunteering and supporting the rescue and recovery efforts following the disaster of hurricane Maria. It includes a formum on major initiatives, aid contacts, funding, and resources for helpers. Also includes message and recovery communication forum where users can share experiences and help others with information and advice. 

Aid Dominica Website is a not for profit initiative that provides information for those wish to or who are volunteering and supporting the rescue and recovery efforts following the disaster of hurricane Maria. It includes a formum on major initiatives, aid contacts, funding, and resources for helpers. Also includes message and recovery communication forum where users can share experiences and help others with information and advice. 

CDEMA confirmed, through amateur radio contact, severe damage to Marigot on the  northeastern side of island. Highlighting the Kalinago community and  others along the east coast as being vulnerable to storm surge, - Roseau River had been overflowing. Roseau and the communities south of it at risk of having access challenges. >>>NPR.org

CDEMA confirmed, through amateur radio contact, severe damage to Marigot on the  northeastern side of island. Highlighting the Kalinago community and  others along the east coast as being vulnerable to storm surge, - Roseau River had been overflowing. Roseau and the communities south of it at risk of having access challenges. >>>NPR.org

The tiny fishing community of Scott’s Head, on the southwest coast, was ravaged by Maria. The colourful fishing boats are in pieces on the shore and many houses have lost their roof and are destroyed. It received its first supplies of drinking water and food four days after the storm when a private boat captained by a former villager arrived from Antigua. >>>BBC Video

The tiny fishing community of Scott’s Head, on the southwest coast, was ravaged by Maria. The colourful fishing boats are in pieces on the shore and many houses have lost their roof and are destroyed. It received its first supplies of drinking water and food four days after the storm when a private boat captained by a former villager arrived from Antigua. >>>BBC Video

Regional Relief & Recovery Agencies/Contacts

Regional Relief & Recovery Agencies/Contacts

Scots Head Ravaged

Scots Head Ravaged

Amateur Radio Contact Established

Amateur Radio Contact Established

Looting Under Control

Looting Under Control

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding

How to Give - How you can Help Dominica Recover

How to Give - How you can Help Dominica Recover

Media News

Media News

http://CBC.BB Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, Daily news and updates

http://CBC.CA Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In depth features and commentary

Get the CBC App and listen to intelligent radio commentary on the go.

Also check Google Search for news https://news.google.com/news/search/section/q/dominica/dominica?hl=en&ned=us

Also see the PM's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SupportRooseveltSkerrit/

http://CBC.BB Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, Daily news and updates

http://CBC.CA Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In depth features and commentary

Get the CBC App and listen to intelligent radio commentary on the go.

Also check Google Search for news https://news.google.com/news/search/section/q/dominica/dominica?hl=en&ned=us

Also see the PM's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SupportRooseveltSkerrit/

Canadas HMCS St. John’s arrived in the waters off the Caribbean island on  Sunday, just over a week after Hurricane Maria slammed the region as a  Category 5 storm. The Halifax-class frigate is currently stationed off  the north-east coast where it is focusing its humanitarian efforts on  the village of Marigot, home to about 2,600 residents.  >>>> CTV New

US Navy and Marines helped to evacuate people from Dominica in the wake  of Hurricane Maria on September 27. The evacuees were being taken to  island airports and then to the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe, >>> Weathernationtv

Canadas HMCS St. John’s arrived in the waters off the Caribbean island on  Sunday, just over a week after Hurricane Maria slammed the region as a  Category 5 storm. The Halifax-class frigate is currently stationed off  the north-east coast where it is focusing its humanitarian efforts on  the village of Marigot, home to about 2,600 residents.  >>>> CTV New

US Navy and Marines helped to evacuate people from Dominica in the wake  of Hurricane Maria on September 27. The evacuees were being taken to  island airports and then to the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe, >>> Weathernationtv

Canada & USA Military Help

Canada & USA Military Help

We will not tolerate any lawlessness whatsoever,” Skerrit said adding that the curfew will be lifted on the advice of the police.

At present, regional support on the island include 30 from the RSS, Barbados Defence Force, 27; Royal Antigua and Barbuda Defence Force, six; and St Lucia Police Force, 13.

There is also a 21-member contingent from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency.

The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force, which has 25 members of the Coast Guard and 25 regular soldiers, along with a Dutch contingent, are currently providing security at the main port and deepwater harbour. TTDF’s ten airmen are assisting with distribution of supplies. 

An advance team of a 120-strength contingent from the engineering battalion of the Jamaica Defence Force. A 15-member team from the St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force is also expected.

source: http://newsday.co.tt/2017/09/26/dominica-stamps-out-looting/

We will not tolerate any lawlessness whatsoever,” Skerrit said adding that the curfew will be lifted on the advice of the police.

At present, regional support on the island include 30 from the RSS, Barbados Defence Force, 27; Royal Antigua and Barbuda Defence Force, six; and St Lucia Police Force, 13.

There is also a 21-member contingent from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency.

The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force, which has 25 members of the Coast Guard and 25 regular soldiers, along with a Dutch contingent, are currently providing security at the main port and deepwater harbour. TTDF’s ten airmen are assisting with distribution of supplies. 

An advance team of a 120-strength contingent from the engineering battalion of the Jamaica Defence Force. A 15-member team from the St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force is also expected.

source: http://newsday.co.tt/2017/09/26/dominica-stamps-out-looting/

International Agencies

International Agencies

The Red Cross is supporting hurricane relief in the region. However, they do not send your donations to a particular island. Donations to Red Cross UK will get matching funds from the UK government and this may also be true in your country - >>>RedCross.org

GlobalMedic Canada Dominica Association in Ontario.. Donations can be made specific to Hurricane Marie Relief GlobalMedic.ca

Dominica Bank Accounts

 Official Dominica Relief Site >>>

The Red Cross is supporting hurricane relief in the region. However, they do not send your donations to a particular island. Donations to Red Cross UK will get matching funds from the UK government and this may also be true in your country - >>>RedCross.org

GlobalMedic Canada Dominica Association in Ontario.. Donations can be made specific to Hurricane Marie Relief GlobalMedic.ca

Dominica Bank Accounts

 Official Dominica Relief Site >>>

After Maria  >>

After Maria  >>

Helpers Forum, News, Messaging & Comments

Helpers Forum, News, Messaging & Comments

What Dominica Needs: Roofing materials, windows, doors, chainsaws, nails, generators, collapsible water containers, lamps/flashlights, batteries, generators, food, water, stoves, mattresses, water purifications kits, medical supplies, cots, baby supples, communication equipment, fuel, toiletries and hygiene kits.

What Dominica Needs: Roofing materials, windows, doors, chainsaws, nails, generators, collapsible water containers, lamps/flashlights, batteries, generators, food, water, stoves, mattresses, water purifications kits, medical supplies, cots, baby supples, communication equipment, fuel, toiletries and hygiene kits.

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