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Tropical Storm Erika Batters Dominica; Relief Efforts Continue In Houston, Texas

Several groups and members of the Dominican Diaspora in the Greater Houston Area, The Caribbean Student Organization at Midwestern University in Wichita Falls, Texas, several Caribbean organizations and The Dominica Houston Association have come together to lead a joint effort to provide flood relief to the island nation of Dominica which was battered by Tropical Storm Erika on Thursday, August 28, 2015. We asking for a donations of supplies to aid the victims of these deadly storm.   Heavy rain from Tropical Storm Erika has caused devastation on the Caribbean island of Dominica, leaving at least 12 people dead and more than 20 missing, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said Friday. Erika has wreaked havoc on the island.

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Flood Relief Efforts for Dominica as a result of Tropical Storm Erika

Did you know that there are seven Caribbean Consulates in Houston?

Houston has the third-largest consular corps (Houston Consular Corps - Global Houston) in the nation after New York and Los Angeles. There are approximately 94 consulates in Houston, six of which are from Caribbean Nations. Consular officials develop economic, commercial, scientific and cultural relations between the countries they represent and the area in which they serve. An important function of a consulate is to help to increase commerce – trade, technology transfer and investments – both ways. Consular officials are a source of information on the economy, society, culture and tourism of the countries they represent.


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