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Caribbean Disaster Mitigation and Community Empowerment Initiative UNITED CARIBBEAN TRUST- La Mode


La Mode situated north west of St. George's is a village seriously damaged by Ivan in September and still in great need even 3 months following the hurricane.

Not only homes but churches in the village were damaged.

The inhabitants of this area have been extremely kind and hospitable to the team sent in to document their plight in photographs taken the end of December 2004.

A special thanks goes to Sister James seen here with Dawnay St John, Co Founder of the United Caribbean Trust (left) and The " Red Man', farmer and local raconteur.(centre)

 

 

Sister James has opened her home which has also become the base for distribution of supplies to this area of Grenada.

She is seen here with her Stonecroft bag of goodies delivered by Jenny from her 'mum' to say 'Thank you' for her hospitality.

La Mode has become an integral part of the United Caribbean Trust initiative. This village has been adopted by UC and will be instrumental in showing what can be done, as we all work together.

The La Mode Experience will allow visitors on 'Working Holidays' to visit Grenada, 'work' with local people and help to clear and rebuild the village and surrounding areas.

There is an opportunity for working with schools in the area of sports, art and drama

 

 
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Baby Survival Packs arriving in La Mode for distribution by the United Caribbean Trust assisted by a band of La Mode young people who formed a congaline armed with the supplies.
Baby Survival Packs were walked into the village by our newest team member,Tony Garner, who introduced us to this area. He has an active ministry within the church there.
 
 
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