USAID Responds To Dominica’s Food Supply Needs After Hurricane Maria

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: After the Hurricane
Mette Karlsen, senior regional adviser and team leader for Latin America and the Caribbean in USAID’s Food for Peace Office, discusses the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team’s response to Hurricane Maria in Dominica, and the task of “assess[ing] the damage to the island’s food supply and [working] with other humanitarian organizations to design an emergency food response” (2/20).

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