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March 04, 2020
Bahamas Crisis Centre Participates in Hurricane Dorian Trauma Informed Caregiving Workshop

The Bahamas Crisis Centre in partnership with the Ranfurly Home for Children, and the Graduate School of Social Work Bryn Mawr College , Philidelphia, U.S.A. recently conducted a training workshop for staff of all the residential homes in New Providence providing care for children who were evacuated from Grand Bahama and Abaco following the devestation caused by Hurricane Dorian...

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March 03, 2020
YMCA Report on Effects of Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian smashed into Grand Bahama on September 1st, 2019 with sustained winds of 185 mph, torrential rains and relentless flooding, causing70% of the island to become submerged. The horror hung over the island for a seemingly interminable 40 hours, the slowest moving hurricane ever. It swept away houses, killed an unknown number of people, devastated the landscape, spilled oil from stora...

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March 02, 2020
EU Members Viewed Post-Hurricane Dorian Dome Houses at Spring City, Abaco

Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Hon. Darren Henfield led members of the European Union on a visit to Spring City, Abaco, February 29, 2020, where they viewed post-Hurricane Dorian dome houses. The delegation is also pictured at the Government Complex, Marsh Harbour, Abaco. EU Members held official meetings at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nassau, on Friday, February 28.

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March 02, 2020
Business ravaged by Hurricane Dorian recovering

The only food store on Green Turtle Cay, which was ravaged by Hurricane Dorian, was continuing repairs to its front door on Friday. And while Sid's Groceries now has food products on its some of its shelves, others are bare and both of the building's [...]
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February 28, 2020
Death Toll Rises to 74 post-Hurricane Dorian

The police on the Island of Abaco recovered the remains of three unidentified bodies - one in The Mudd and two on Powerline Road on January 31, 2019, February 3, 2020 and February 6, 2020, respectively...

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February 26, 2020
Chef who fed 3.2 million Meals to Hurricane Victims, Recognized by Bahamas

The Islands Of The Bahamas Recognize Chef José Andrés for His Monumental Support to the Country in the Wake of Hurricane Dorian. The Bahamas presents gift to one of its Hurricane Dorian Relief Heroes Chef José Andrés
at premier Wine & Food Festival in South Florida...

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Prime Minister Minnis thanks students of Barbados for Hurricane Dorian support
February 21, 2020
Prime Minister Minnis thanks students of Barbados for Hurricane Dorian support

Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis got the chance to personally thank Barbadian high school students for raising funds to assist Bahamian students displaced by Hurricane Dorian...

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February 19, 2020
Despite Destruction of Hurricane Dorian, Hope Town’s Warm, Friendly ‘Hometown Feel’ Continues to Be a Draw for Home Buyers

From local hangouts like Pete’s Pub, Abaco Inn and Firefly Sunset Resort to endless miles of pristine white sand beaches, Hope Town’s unique charm and congenial vibe has attracted people from around the world for decades. Even now, in the midst of post-Hurricane Dorian rebuilding and restoration, the Abaco town most famous for its trademark red candy-striped lighthouse continues to attract vis...

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Update on the Restoration and Rebuilding of WSC's Infrastructure in the Abacos Post Hurricane Dorian
February 14, 2020
Update on the Restoration and Rebuilding of WSC's Infrastructure in the Abacos Post Hurricane Dorian

The Corporation (WSC) can confirm that we have restored normal water supply to our customers in the following settlements on mainland Abaco – Crown Haven, Fox Town, Mount Hope, Wood Cay, Cedar Harbour, Coopers Town, Fire Road, Blackwood, Casaurina, Cherokee, Crossing Rocks and Sandy Point...

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February 13, 2020
DPM Turnquest: Hurricane Dorian Budget Exercise More than Crunching Numbers

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Hon. K. Peter Turnquest said while the Government is debating the appropriations and borrowing resolutions for the 2019/20 Supplementary “Hurricane Dorian” Budget, this exercise is about much more than crunching numbers...

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