After the Hurricane

Jumpstarting food markets to jumpstart Dominica’s recovery

The view from the back of a U.S. military helicopter transporting relief supplies. Following Hurricane Maria, the U.S. military assisted the Government of Dominica to transport relief supplies to hard-to-reach towns across the island. / Julian Wyss, USAID
Left: Debris piled in front of a bakery in Dominica’s capital city, Roseau, after Hurricane Maria. Right: Dominicans standing in line for hours at a gas station to purchase fuel for cars and generators. / Julian Wyss, USAID
USAID staff work with local residents to unload emergency food assistance from the back of a U.S. military helicopter. Following Hurricane Maria, the U.S. military helped the Government of Dominica to transport relief supplies to hard-to-reach towns across the island. / Ricardo Herrera, USAID
The UN World Food Program (WFP) prepares to distribute USAID-provided humanitarian assistance. / Francesca Ciardi, WFP
Dominicans collect emergency food rations at a UN World Food Program (WFP)-run distribution center. With USAID support, WFP provided Dominicans with several weeks of emergency food supplies as stores and importers refilled their warehouses. / Courtesy of WFP

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