Colihaut is a coastal village on the West Coast of Dominica midway between the towns of Roseau and Portsmouth. The population of approximately 700 people earn a living through agriculture and fishing. Secondary school graduates work for government and the private sector in Roseau. A large percentage of the village’s income however comes from remittances from family abroad: USA, US, Canada, Virgin Islands and Guadeloupe. Many older Colihaut folks, mainly graduates, now reside in Roseau and work for the government in education, nursing and finance. A primary school, sports field, day nursery, post office, Credit Union, Village Council and Health Centre and four Christian churches provide services to villagers.
Courtesy of: Colihaut
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