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For education to fulfill its role as a catalyst for equity, we must begin with early childhood interventions that help mitigate the disadvantages faced by children born into poor and non-literate environments.  For these children, quailty and equitable education must continue through elementary and High School to ensure a pathway out of deprivation.


Disparities in the survital and health prospects of children follow the contours linked to disadvantages primarily in wealth, education and rural-urban divides.

According to The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, societies and health systems in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) continue to face large-scale threats with far-reaching consequences for the health and well-being of its population. More than ever, health systems in the region need to be strengthened to not only deliver high performance in typical times, but also to be resilient against major shocks, such as pandemics, the effects of climate change, or financial crises.

Social Development

Our Social Development Projects encompass social and emotional development, physical development and creatie development, therefore providing a holistic approach to preaparing the complete child to hold an independent constructive role in society.

Climate Change

Children are disproportionately affected by shocks and stresses related to climate change and natural disasters.  According to UNICEF more than half a billion children live in zones of extremely high flood occurrence.  Nearly 160 million live in areas of hifh or extremely high drought severity.  Many of these are in the world’s poorest countries, which have the least capacity and fewest resources to manage such risks.


The 2023 Application Process is closed.  The 2024 Application Process will begin in the Fall of 2023 and will end in Spring of 2024.

Micro Finance Program

COTC Dominica provides assistance to unemployed or low-income head of households where there are children under the age of 18 years. These head of house holders with limited financial resources must be ineligible to do business with traditional financial institutions.

Assistance is given to head of house holds to start and or maintain a business project which provides additional income for the family and allows the children within that household to experience an improved living environment.