The UN Migration Agency IOM is recruiting Carpenters, Contractors, Engineers and Architects, to assist in its reconstruction work in Dominica. Field training is taking place this week in Colihaut, with newly recruited teams of local workers from the west-central communities between Dublanc and MorneRachette. These teams will start working immediately with the repair of roofs MorneRachette. Soon they will move to the surrounding communities.
According to IOM Team Leader, Jan-Willem Wegdammany contractors, skilled carpenters, and semi-skilled workers because we want to repair as many houses as possible before the coming hurricane season.
According to the Press Release Interested workers can send or drop their resume (CV) to the IOM office on the 2nd floor upstairs the FedEX office in Roseau or to the Village Councils representing various communities
IOM is supporting the work of the Government of Dominica in providing assistance to the people that are really not able to restore their homes after Hurricane Maria in September 2017. In addition to training for workers and beneficiaries., IOM will soon organize community information sessions, participate in radio call in programmes and distribute leaflets with tips to build back better and safer, in close collaboration with the government and other humanitarian organisations that are repairing homes in Dominica.
IOM will repair roofs and construct simple but strong houses for more than 1,000 families. We received funding from the people of the United Kingdom, the European Commission humanitarian agency ECHO, the government of Australia and China AID through UNDP.