The food preservation program was held at the Dominica Grammar School in May 2016 by food scientists from the University of Maryland at Eastern Shore; Dr. Patel and Dr. Nando.
The Dominica Grammar School (DGS) is a public co-education secondary school in Roseau, Dominica, which was established in 1893. It is one of the oldest educational institutions on the island and no longer functions as a traditional grammar school. It has expanded its curriculum beyond its historical scope.
The scientists taught Dominican farmers and entrepreneurs food preservation technology focusing on mango preserves.
Dr. Patel, featured in the above video, can be seen teaching the food processing class in The Commonwealth of Dominica to the attendees at the Dominica Grammar School.
Their program was part of the memorandum of understanding with the University of Maryland at Eastern Shore and Dominica facilitated by Rebuild Dominica, Inc. in collaboration with the Dominica State College, the Caribbean Agricultural Network and the local Global Environment Fund.
Above is an interview feature of one of the attendees during the program, Dylan Williams.