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U.S. Relationship

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U.S.-Dominica Relations

The United States established diplomatic relations with Dominica in 1978 following its independence from the United Kingdom. The United States and Dominica have a cooperative relationship. The United States supports the Dominican Government’s efforts to expand its economic base and to provide a higher standard of living for its citizens.
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U.S. Assistance to Dominica

U.S. assistance to Dominica is primarily channeled through multilateral agencies such as the World Bank and the Caribbean Development Bank, and through the U.S. Agency for International Development office in Bridgetown, Barbados. The Peace Corps provides technical assistance to Dominica and has volunteers on the island working mostly in education. The United States provides training, equipment, and material to Dominican
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Bilateral Economic Relations

Dominica is a beneficiary of the U.S. Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI), which grants duty-free entry into the United States for many goods. The CBI aims to facilitate the economic development and export diversification of the Caribbean Basin economies. Dominica is a member of the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM).

Integrated Country Strategies

The Integrated Country Strategy is the four-year strategy articulating U.S. priorities in a given country. The Chief of Mission leads the strategy.

Investment Climate Statements

The Investment Climate Statements analyze a variety of economies that are or could be markets for U.S. businesses and provide information on the business climates.

The U.S. delivers COVID vaccines to Dominica.

COVID-19 Vaccine Deliveries

Since September, 2021 the United States has donated 84,240 safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine doses with the people of Dominica. This includes 84,240 Pfizer doses. Of the 84,240 vaccine doses, 86% were donated in partnership with COVAX and 14% were donated through bilateral agreements.

The United States is committed to leading an international and coordinated effort to accelerate access to safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines to meet global needs. The United States is working with other governments and partners including COVAX, Caricom, and the African Vaccine Acquisition Trust (AVAT) to protect communities from COVID-19 and apply lessons from this pandemic to enhance health security now and in the future.

Learn more about our work Delivering Vaccines and on COVID-19 Recovery.

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