Dominica on the climate change front-line: UN

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The United Nations says Dominica is on the climate-change front-line a year after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on the island.

In the second part of a special report marking the one-year anniversary of hurricanes Irma and Maria hitting the Caribbean, the UN looked at how the global body has responded, helping communities to get back on their feet, and preparing them for the inevitability of more damaging hurricanes in the future.

The UN said Dominica has been rebuilding its education system in the aftermath of Maria and preparing for the coming hurricane season.

The European Commission provided the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF – working with the Government of Dominica and IsraAID – with 500,000 euros to support the…

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