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Dominica National Society

Dominica Pioneer Prep Gets a Lesson in CPR

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You’re not too young to learn how to save a life. That’s one of the lessons learnt by Grade 2 students of Pioneer Prep when they visited the Dominica Red Cross (DRC).

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The Commonwealth of Dominica is the largest of the Windward Islands. There are some 3,000 Carib Indians still living in the country, the only remaining pre-Columbian population in the eastern Caribbean. Boiling Lake is the second largest thermally active lake in the world.
Dominica has an area of 754 square kilometres and is covered in rugged mountains. There are five active volcanoes on the island. The climate is tropical with heavy rainfall most of the year. The country is vulnerable to volcanic eruptions, hurricanes and flash floods.
Dominica is a parliamentary democracy, part of the British Commonwealth. The capital city is Roseau and there are 10 parishes. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is the head of government since May 5th 2005.

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Contact The Dominica Red Cross

National Headquarters
Federation Drive,
Goodwill Roseau

Tel: + (767) 440-2483, + (767) 440-8280
Fax: + (767) 448-7708

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