The following is courtesy ofEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
“The Caribbean Emergency Weather Net advises that its on-air operators cannot handle incoming health and welfare messages for Dominica at this time. However, it has provided an e-mail address to which inquiries may be directed:
The email to send you Health and Welfare Traffic and requests to is: WelfareDominica@cewn.org
In the email please indicate clearly:
Your Name and location (country city)
Whom you are inquiring of (full name)
Location / Community The person(s) are at
An email and /or phone number to reach you at for the return info
Tnx CEWN and KC5FM”
DOMINICA: Initial damage assessment from aerial recon footage.
Photo Credit: CDEMA
Featured Photo Credit: News.com.au
The Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance (CDRRA) announced its launch and organizes disaster relief from the chaos following Hurricane Irma.
On Friday September 8, 2017, approximately 100 community leaders joined forces with the support of U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Association at the home of well-known mechanical engineer, carnival organizer and Image Band leader, Loughton Sargeant. The result was the formation of the Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance (CDRRA). CDRRA is an alliance of nonprofits, businesses and professionals dedicated to collaborating and assisting in the execution of disaster relief efforts in the Caribbean.
Guyanese-born community leader and former Sales and Marketing Director of the Washington Post, Royston Desouza of Caribbean Cargo DC leads storage and shipping effort by extending the 30% discount for customers shipping to friends and family in areas most affected by the recent hurricanes.
To learn more, please read the official press release online at: http://www.caribbeancargodc.com/hurricane-irma-survivors-to-receive-support-from-the-caribbean-disaster-relief-alliance-cdra/
For those of use with loved ones that we are trying to reach, the wait can be unbearable. But there’s good news! Communication lines are slowly being restored in Dominica!
If you loved one has Flow Mobile, you can send them a top off online today by logging on to https://www.topupflow.com/topup/order.
Just enter their mobile number after selecting Dominica’s 767 area code. Then hit the select” button to confirm it is a Flow Mobile. If so, you will then get to choose the amount you want to top off for that line.
From all of us at Rebuild Dominica, Inc. please hold strong for we are Dominica Strong!