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The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela continues to stand in solidarity with Dominica.
The country’s President, His Excellency Nicolas Maduro Moros visited the island on Wednesday September 23rd in support of Dominica’s efforts to alleviate the plight of those who lost during the storm.
The country donated 300 Petro Casas to the Government and people of Dominica.
Displaced residents of the communities of Petite Savanne and Dubique are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
Dominica continues to receive assistance from regional and international Governments and agencies as Erika recovery process continues.
On Sunday September 13th, a Venezuelan military vessel landed at the Douglas-Charles airport bringing building materials in the form of petro casa moulds for the construction of 300 houses.
Hillarian Jules is Manager of the Housing Division.
Published: Wednesday, 02 September 2015 14:30
The Government of Dominica continues to seek assistance from every part of the globe.
This is all in an effort to bring relief to those who have been affected by the passage of Tropical Storm Erika.
The communities identified as “special disaster areas” as well as other critical areas have already begun receiving supplies including food, water, and medicine.
At a press conference on Monday August 31st, Prime Minister Skerrit conveyed that he has written to every country seeking assistance.