Update, Upgrade for a More Resilient Dominica
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COL has partnered with Dominica’s Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) to educate citizens about mitigating climate-change risks and becoming better prepared for future disasters. Five public education messages for different stakeholder groups have been produced and broadcast on the country’s radio stations under the general theme Update, Upgrade for a More Resilient Dominica.
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