Rebuild Dominica again expresses gratitude to Dominica’s government, opposition and Dominicans in the Diaspora and at home for the medical assistance rendered to Rebuild Dominica Medical Director Dr. Sam Christian following his December 1, 2018 motor vehicle accident.
Dr. Christian made a miraculous recovery and headed home on Saturday April 6, 2019. Additional gratitude goes to Dominica’s Counsel General in Martinique Mark Frampton and DBS Manager Mr. Cecil Joseph for their assistance in aiding Dr. Christian in his time of need.
Rebuild Dominica credits Dominica News Online for presenting the following feature and above photo featuring the return of Dr. Christian:
“Medical doctor, Dr. Sam Christian has returned to Dominica from Martinique where , over the past four months, he has been receiving medical treatment for an injury to his pelvis sustained during an accident in which he got pinned by his own vehicle.”
EMO News‘ featured via the Facebook video below of Dr. Christian’s return to Dominica after his near-death accident is also well-received and deserves the utmost gratitude on behalf of Dr. Christian following his medical stay in Martinique:
Rebuild Dominica shares featured interview of the nonprofit booster Judge Irving André of Canada as he awards scholarships during this year’s Scholarship Disbursement Ceremony — held on behalf of the Canada-Dominica Scholarship Foundation (CANDO) — to deserving students in Dominica at Portsmouth.
The ceremony was hosted by President of the Portsmouth Community Watch Foundation, Adenauer “Washway” Douglas, and took place on March 27, 2019 at the St John’s Academy in Portsmouth.
In a 2012 interview with Brampton Guardian, André shared that his father was “forced to abandon his dream of post-secondary education because his family couldn’t pay the tuition.” This reality prompted a then-young André to make it his personal mission to nurture his father’s dream and come to the aid of students with similar financial disadvantages.
CANDO’s membership consists of Dominicans residing in Ontario, Canada, and other persons who have some association with the island and /or its citizens. The organization has raised funds through personal donations, and since 2011, has given fifteen scholarships to deserving Canadian students of Dominican ancestry.
Such community development initiatives by local and overseas Dominicans working together have the full endorsement of Rebuild Dominica and is encouraged. It is by such self-reliant collaborative efforts among different organizations and individuals we shall rebuild our homeland.
A long-time friend and supporter of Rebuild Dominica Inc., Mr. Mel Tewahade, shares his thoughts on the recent Ethiopian Airlines crash, which took the lives of many.
Tewahade is a financial adviser and a community developer who has a passionate interest in helping people reach their potential and giving back as he has been given. His Colorado-based financial management company, Infinity Wealth Management Inc., was one of the first businesses to come to Dominica’s aid after Tropical Storm Erika — at the founding of Rebuild Dominica Inc. The following is Tewahade’s perspective after the news broke regarding the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash:
“As we pray and ponder on the tragedy that befallen us on flight ET302 this morning, let us remember that after the mourning comes a season of hopefulness. We cry for the victims today, but tomorrow we pick up the pieces and get busy building a better Ethiopia.”
Read the full article online at The Ghion Journal by clicking the image link below:
Founded in 2015 in the wake of the devastation wrought by Tropical Storm Erika, we are now organising relief from the direct hit by category five Hurricane Maria: the worst natural disaster in our nation's history.