Enabling Recovery from Hurricane Dorian and Rebuilding of Sustainable Communities in Abaco
To enable the rebuilding of sustainable communities in Abaco.
Prosperous, sustainable, and environmentally responsible communities that enable businesses and families to thrive in the long term
- Sustainability – Enabling businesses and families to thrive in the long term with minimum negative impact to the environment
- Balance – Immediate impact and long term improvements
- Empowerment – Empowering individuals to take charge of their own future
- 100% transparency – At all levels of organization
- Apolitical – We do not align with any political parties in the US or The Bahamas.
- Equality – We do not discriminate based on age, color, race, religious affiliation, sexual preference, or gender.
Hurricane Dorian is regarded as the worst natural disaster in the history of The Bahamas
With sustained winds of 185 mph, Dorian was the strongest hurricane on record to strike the Bahamas since records began in 1851. Weather Underground Meteorologist Jeff Masters said that “portions of Dorian’s eyewall lashed Great Abaco and Grand Bahama islands with Category 5 winds for a total of 22 hours before the great hurricane finally weakened to Category 4 strength. In records going back over a century, there are no cases where an Atlantic Category 5 hurricane has impacted a land area for as long as Dorian battered the Bahamas.”