On May 1, 2018, Rebuild Dominica Inc was featured on the Strong & Healthy Show hosted by Dr. Sam Christian. The feature aired on CBN4 News and included an introduction to Errol Emmanuel — an Agricultural expert and resource member at Rebuild Dominica Inc.
The video also presents a key sponsor of Rebuild Dominica Inc — Mel Tewahade of Infinity Wealth Management. Tewahade is also the Financial Advisor to The Crown Council of Ethiopia.
Within days after Dominica was destroyed from the Category 5 hurricane winds and storm of Maria, Tewahade sprang into action and helped to secure $400,000 USD (aproximately $1,080,000 Easter Caribbean Dollars) from his personal friend, James Jackson — Founder at Project C.U.R.E.
Project C.U.R.E. has been an industry leader in developing new ways to allow the organization to provide the highest quality donated medical supplies and equipment possible to resource-limited communities across the globe, including efficient and accurate inventory systems, supply chain management, expert management of logistics and strong in-country relationships. Project C.U.R.E. also offers numerous domestic and international volunteer opportunities. Since its founding, Project C.U.R.E. has reached patients, families and children in 130 countries.
Dr. Sam Christian pays tribute to deceased medical worker, Dr. Phillip St. Jean, who worked tirelessly to aid victims injured Hurricane Maria.
In this tribute Dr. Christian also makes presentations of supplies donated to the Dominica Cancer Society from www.RebuildDominica.org and We Are Dominica —- diaspora organizations engaged in the rebuilding process.
Rebuild Dominica Inc. invites you to subscribe to CBN4 News Dominica for more “Strong & Healthy” television show segments featuring our very own Medical Director, Dr. Sam Christian!
Rebuild Dominica Inc. is pleased to announce two new volunteers: husband and wife team, Corey and Chantel Grant of the US Dept. of Interior Bureau of Land Management. They have agreed to aid Rebuild Dominica in launching a Youth Conservation Corps on Dominica.
The Youth Conservation Corps will be dedicated to soil conservation, river course and marine environment preservation and management, alongside nature trail maintenance and reforestation. All those areas of the national territory in Dominica are in acute need of attention following the deadly floods during Hurricane Maria, which caused great destruction of Dominica’s tree cover in addition to massive soil erosion.
Rebuild Dominica is eternally grateful to those Dominicans and those of other nations who have rallied to aid our island and other sister Caribbean nations greatly in need of disaster following the most awful hurricane season of 2017.
The proposed Youth Conservation Corps will be a non-government/private sector youth community development entity supported by private sector initiatives at home and abroad. Rebuild Dominica intends to partner with the Government of Dominica’s Division of Forestry, Wildlife and Agriculture wherever and whenever possible.
Some of the proponents of the Youth Conservation Corps, such as Major Francis Richards, have had experience in the Dominica Cadet Corps program, which started on Dominica in 1910. For more details, visit http://www.dominicacadets.org.