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The Prime Minister of Dominica, the Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit, has today appointed Dominican, the Right Honourable Baroness Patricia Scotland as the international coordinator of the Dominica Relief Effort.

Dominica has been severely affected by the passage of Tropical Storm Erika with confirmed deaths of twenty (20) people and hundreds of persons left homeless. The immediate relief effort has been made more difficult by the fact that there are still communities that cannot be reached three (3) days after the passage of “Erika”.

Additionally, the main airport, the Douglas-Charles Airport, has been severely damaged posing further difficulty with access to and from the island.

Prime Minister Skerrit believes that the prestige Baroness Scotland commands internationally, and, her vast range of high level contacts, will be brought to bear to the benefit of Dominicans in this time of extreme need. Her efforts will work in parallel with that of the National Reconstruction Advisory Committee.

Baroness Scotland has already begun the task of mobilizing international support.

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ONE LOVE: Caribbean Communities rising to the Challenge to save lives


One of the great technological advances in medicine was the discovery that lives could be saved by transfusing the blood of one person to another and today donated blood is used to treat sickle cell sufferers, pregnant women, surgery and emergency operations for people with rare blood types. it is ideal for people who need blood to receive donations from people of the same population group.

Please follow this link for information, advice and support for saving lives:



Street Pastors Jamaica – Who We Are

Street Pastors Jamaica – Who We Are from David Boncrek Johnson on Vimeo.

ONE LOVE, ONE BLOOD, SAVES LIVES Campaign launch for Western Jamaica

ONE LOVE, ONE BLOOD, SAVES LIVES campaign was given another boost by KIWANIS Division 25, Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District of Kiwanis International was at Megamart, Montego Bay on Saturday, February 14, 2015.

This was another successful Divisional event undertaken by LG Lisa and the Kiwanis Clubs of Montego Freeport, Montego Bay and Providence-Montego Bay. Participating in the launch were His Worship the Mayor, Councillor Glendon Harris,Dr. Veronica Taylor, Acting Director,National Blood Transfusion Service and Dr. Sheila Campbell-Forrester, Former Chief Medical Officer of Jamaica and Patron of the event.

Several Kiwanians from Division 25 and members from Division 23E were also present to witness this Valentine’s day of true love by giving blood!.

The launch was chaired by Distinguished President Whitcliff Roberts of the Kiwanis Club of Montego Freeport. Division 25 is grateful to all who sponsored and provided for this event.

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Lily of The Valley Enterprise for Health & Community Development join RAFFA International Development System

Angela Brown, Founder, Lily of The Valley Enterprise, said “we are delighted to be accepted as members of the RAFFA System, our vision is”to replace social inequalities with abundant, prosperous and healthy Lives”. Lily of the Valley Enterprise has recently established a partnership with Church of God of Prophecy, St Elizabeth to enhance community health by raising awareness as a joint effort and collaboration of skills whilst bringing the gap between the local church and the community. We aim to focus our efforts on Health and Community Development activities including Diabetes Hypertension Mental Health Pre/Post Natal Health Prostate Cancer Adult Education CV & Jobs & Interviews and Entrepreneur Skills”.

For more information, please contact, Angela Brown on

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