Government of Dominica


The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco is offering scholarships for the 2020/2021 academic year for students from the Commonwealth of Dominica wishing to pursue studies in Moroccan establishments.

Application forms and other relevant documents can be obtained at the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Planning.

Additional information on the Moroccan Scholarships programme can be obtained at the following websites:

Application forms can be downloaded from the AMCI’s website and completed at

Applications forms and other relevant documents must be submitted to:

          The Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Education, Human Resource Planning, Vocational Training and                                                                                        National Excellence

Government Headquarters



Applicants chosen field of study should relate to National Priority Areas of Training studies in Moroccan establishments.

Public Officers must apply through their Heads of Department.

Deadline for receipt of application is September 18, 2020.


The National Health Commission (NHC) of the Office of the Prime Minister has published four (4) Bills to be enacted by the Parliament of Dominica on the Government’s website. The Bills are:


  1. Hospitals Authority
  2. Medical Professions
  3. Nursing Professions, and
  4. Pharmacy Professions.


Stakeholders and members of the public are invited to view the Bills on the Government’s website at: and send their comments to the National Health Commission at email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  All comments should be received on or before Monday 21st September 2020.


The Ministry of Public Works and the Digital Economy would like to inform the general public, particularly motorists of the valley of ongoing road rehabilitation works at Copthall from the Morne Prosper junction to the entrance of Bamboo Village.

Access to vehicular traffic will be affected between 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from Tuesday, June 30 to Friday, July 3 2020.

The Ministry if Public Works and the Digital Economy apologizes to road users for any inconvenience caused, and inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.


June 30, 2020.   


The Government of Dominica has implemented an Income and Livelihood Support Programs which targets individuals who have lost their jobs or suspended business operations due to the Covid-19 Pandemic or the Emergency Powers (Curfew) Order, Statutory Rules and Order No.15 of 2020.

Individuals who are interested in applying online, may access the applications forms via the following websites: OR

Individuals who require assistance in completing the applications forms are asked to visit the Registration Assistance Office at the Windsor Park Stadium form 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays to Fridays.

Kindly bring along all relevant documents pertaining to the desired response program.

For the Unemployment Grant:

  • Valid Government-issued photo ID – (your Passport, Driver’s License or Social Security)
  • Proof citizenship – (your Birth Certificate, Passport or Driver’s License)
  • Most recent salary/ pay slip
  • Evidence of being laid-off or terminated, including at least one of the following: Declaration confirming termination from employer; if not available, a letter from a Justice of the Peace or Chair of Local Government Authority.
  • Bank Account details to facilitate payment of grants through the banks.


For the Self-Employed Grant:

  • Valid Government-issued photo ID – (Passport, Driver’s License or Social Security)
  • Proof of Citizenship – (Birth Certificate, Passport or Driver’s License)
  • Business Registration / Certificate of Incorporation or in the absence of formal business registration, a letter form Justice of the Peace or Chair or Local Government Authority
  • Documentation to show income and/or sales levels including at least one of the following: copy of tax return or most recent bank statement, most recent accounting/book-keeping records, social security records or certified copy of tax return, business registration and licenses paid before March 22, 2020.

All visitors to the Office are required to follow Covid-19 Safety Protocols issued by the Ministry of Health including the wearing of face masks.

For further information, you can contact the office of the Small Business Support Unit, Ministry of Tourism, International Transport and Maritime Initiatives at telephone numbers 266-3965 / 266-3964 and 266-3197 or The Dominica Social Security on 255-8311.



A thick plume of Saharan dust haze will continue to blanket the island chain over the next few days resulting in reduced visibility.

People with respiratory illnesses should take the necessary precautions to minimize complications:

Continue to use face masks as you have been doing for Covid-19;

Limit outdoor activity;

Clean surfaces n living areas frequently with a wet cloth;

Ensure you have a sufficient supply of your medications for respiratory conditions

And drink the recommended eight (8) to ten (10) glasses of water per day.

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