Images show before and after Maria images of Scotts Head fishing village
help Dominica after it was devastated and left in ruins after Hurricane Maria.AidDominica information help is a new website for friends of Dominica and for all who want to
How You Can Help Dominica Recover From Hurricane Maria
The site sums up the latest news and has an open comment area where anyone can ask question, answer them, add eyewitness account, or update news and pint of interest. It appears to be the only site of its kind and was one of the first to launch as an aid to care givers and those who wanted to help or know what to do.
Local Resources & Contacts
The site provides contacts and addresses for regional Coast Guards and business who are accepting cloths water, food and supplies and transporting them to Dominica. The neighborhood islands of Barbados, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Jamaica where among the first to offer this service.
Regional & International Funding Agencies
Local funding contacts as well as international agencies such as the red cross contacts are listed. Also listed are various approved crowdfunding sites – both for private families and Dominica in general
How to help
There are also links to how to help and resources about what to do. The latest list of what is needed provided by the Government is also included.
Media & Feedback
The media are links to latest news and displays eye witness video and media coverage of the island as it struggles to cope with the most ferocious hurricane of our time. The comments and feedback section at the bottom of the first page is for those who want to participate or just learn. All interested parties may add their stories and news or just learn from others who have left eye witness accounts or shared helpful information.
Comments & Feedback Add your stories, questions and information at AidDominica.com Comments
Story of why it was created: http://markhat.com/rescue-dominica-website-aids-people-want-help/