A trough system on Friday caused some flooding and minor damage to feeder roads on the Windward side of the island. Deputy Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Michelle Forbes said that the heavy rains on Friday afternoon were not a result of the El Nino phenomenon, but rather the interaction of the… Continue Reading →
A National Service of Remembrance will be held here tomorrow to honor the memory of those persons who died in the December 2013 floods A release from the National Emergency Management Organisation NEMO, says the service will take place at the St Mary’s Anglican Church Pembroke from three tomorrow afternoon. NEMO says, before the service,… Continue Reading →
The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has so far raised 278-million dollars to carry out rehabilitative work, in the aftermath of the December 2013 Floods. The Prime Minister said that nine months after the devastating floods, his Government has secured 278-million dollars and the money will be spent between now and 2017.
Vincentians whose homes were damaged or destroyed as a result of the floods of December 2013 will begin receiving the keys to their new homes from this week. The first presentation ceremony is set to take place this Friday June 6th from three in the afternoon at Langley Park. The second will take place next… Continue Reading →
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has entered into a formal agreement with the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) for the financing, preparation, packaging and distribution of five thousand meals to residents in communities that were adversely affected by the flood of Christmas day. This intervention which began on Monday, will be for a period of ten… Continue Reading →