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A cash donation from the AID Bank to the Christian Union Primary School contributed to the end of term fun day for the pupils of the school this Christmas.

The AID Bank experiences great joy in reaching out to diverse groups at Christmas time to meet the needs of the less fortunate or the most vulnerable among us. Contributing to the joy of the pupils at the celebration was equally sentimental and fulfilling.


In December 2016, AID Bank left an indelible impression on some of the pupils at Woodford Hill primary school. Pupils from Grade K to Grade 2 at Woodford Hill Primary school were surprised, emotional & elated at being recipients of Christmas gifts from AID Bank.

In response to a request from the school to be part of the Christmas celebrations, AID Bank was overjoyed to bring cheer to approximately twenty-seven pupils. 


In the spirit of the Christmas Season, the staff of the Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank supported the 5th Annual Etiquette Christmas event organized by the Love One Teach One Foundation Inc. 

The personal contributions of staff covered the expenses associated with the transportation for the youth to the event, the rental of tables, and the beautification of the location. The staff of the bank felt that this gesture by the foundation was a very worthwhile one.


San Sauveur Primary School receives two used computers from the AID Bank to facilitate their Information Technology (IT) Programme and the “Ask, Listen and Learn” (ALL) Programme. 


In early September 2016, the Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank, Ministry of Tourism, Discover Dominica Authority (DDA), Invest Dominica Authority (IDA) and the environmental Health Department collaborated to host a Special Seminar on the new line of credit for Tourism at the AID Bank.

 The seminar was held at the Fort Young Hotel, and was successful in sensitising stakeholders within the Hotel and Restaurant sub-sectors about the 3% concessionary loan facility available at the AID Bank for the upgrade and expansion of their properties.


The Dominica Agricultural, Industrial and Development Bank has offered transitional scholarships to two students commencing their secondary education at the Isiah Thomas Secondary School (ITSS). The Bank is extremely pleased that as part of its corporate social responsibility, it has afforded two students from CHANCES the opportunity to attend ITSS.

Both students wrote the 2016 grade six (6) national assessment examination and were successful, despite the challenges they may have faced before becoming part of the CHANCES family.


The event took place in mid-September at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium and created an opportunity to highlight her line of creative and flattering clothing for who require a fresh look and a reliable and dependant source for their fashion needs.


The recently approved $10 million dollar Line of Credit for Agriculture from the Government of Dominica, with resources earned from the Citizen by Investment Programme (CBIP), is being shared equally between the pork and poultry industries and crops, other livestock, fishing and general agriculture enterprises.


A 3% special Tourism Loan Facility is now available at the AID Bank, for the purpose of expansion and upgrade of hotel and restaurant plants.

This EC$15 million special facility, funded with resources from the Citizenship by Investment programme (CBIP) was recently signed between the Government of Dominica and the AID Bank, to improve the tourism infrastructure on island.


The Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank has increased its sensitization to stakeholders within the Agriculture Sector with respect to the $10 million dollar Line of credit from the Government of Dominica.

Since the recent signing of the Agriculture Loan Agreements, there have been increased consultations with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, individual farmers and other key stakeholders within the sector.