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GIS Dominica Special Report: PM Skerrit Visits Soufriere Constituency


The Hon Prime Minister, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, usually takes time to meet one on one with citizens at the Prime Minister’s office on a Wednesday. Well on Wednesday April 20th, the Prime Minister moved out of the office and into the Soufriere Constituency to meet with and hear the concerns of the people.

Kimani St. Jean has this report.

GIS Dominica Special Report: Colihaut Constituency Tour


When Tropical Storm Erika dumped more than 10 inches of rain on Dominica in just a matter of hours in August last year, the river flowing in the middle of the Colihaut village swelled and overflowed its banks causing massive damage in that community.
GIS news took its cameras on a tour of the Colihaut Constituency with Hon Member of Parliament, Catherine Daniel on Thursday 16th June, and Kimani St. Jean filed this report.

GIS Dominica: 100% Access to Potable Water Still Achievable


Even after Tropical Storm Erika wreaked havoc on infrastructure and all industries, Dominica is still on track to bring safe drinking water to 100% of the population.

Kimani St. Jean narrates this report produced by Jarna Hector.

GIS Dominica, National Focus for October 12, 2015


National Focus for Monday October 12th, 2015 with Kerdisha St. Louis, Kimani St. Jean and McPherson St. Luce.

In the headlines…Government identifies sites for relocation; OECS seeks to retain produce markets for Dominica and over 700 students of the Dominica Grammar School received their tablets on Monday.



In Part 1 of this Exclusive Interview with officials of the Inter-American Institute for Co-operation on Agriculture at GIS Studio, Kimani St. Jean speaks with Director General of IICA Dr Manuel Otero and his Special Advisor Dr. Patrick Antoine.

GIS Dominica National Focus for September 6, 2018


National Focus for Thursday September 6th, 2018 with Kimani St. Jean and Creole Highlights with Shaakira Pierre. Our top stories: Canadian government provides $9.25m to build five primary schools on Dominica and National Youth Council works to develop climate resilience mindset in youth.