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He connected with and became good friends with Bishop Charlesworth Browne, pastor of the country's Christian Ministries Centre.

"We require probably about $250-300 million", Prime Minister Gaston Browne told TIME in an interview in Antigua on Tuesday". Barbuda is both a natural disaster and a humanitarian crisis that cries out for a global humanitarian response.

As for Cable & Wireless, the company has admitted strong disruption across Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, The Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Turks & Caicos Islands, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

All of the island's residents, approximately 1,800 people, were forced to leave their homes and flee to Antigua, which remained relatively unharmed during the storm.

Somerville says that miraculously, Antigua was largely spared, suffering some heavy winds but getting back to normal within 24 hours.

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Officials say they were called to the nursing home early Wednesday morning shortly after 4 a.m. for someone having a heart attack. Reports differed as to whether the facility had air conditioning after Irma slammed into the area late Saturday.

Barbuda today appears "like a winter scene without snow", Sanders said.

The release said that Mitchell, acknowledged "the extremely high level of devastation" in these and the other affected islands, and said substantial global support is required to build on the ongoing financial and other contributions.

"My government was able to mobilize resources and plan for this hurricane before it occurred", he said.

"I'm a realist", Sanders said. "It could be clothes, they've lost everything".

"We removed 1700 people plus from Barbuda to Antigua, and we've had to find shelter and food and water, and all of that for them while at the same time thinking about how we get 500 school children into schools", he added.

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Ultimately, Barbuda was among the places that was hardest hit by Irma.

"The plan is to organise a regional and worldwide aid conference that can help to get significant pledges towards the reconstruction effort of these countries".

From Stingray City to zip-lining adventures to safari land tours to cruises, sea circumnavigation and snorkeling tours, popular activities are available once again, tourism officials say. "That's my concern, that it will tend to be forgotten".

That's an astronomical sum for a country with a gross domestic product of about $1 billion. It's the people with less means, they won't have insurance and all that.

At present, the only residents of the island are the pets and livestock that were left behind, some of which are now turning feral.

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The nursing home had been without air conditioning after Hurricane Irma knocked out electricity in the area. The Florida Health Care Association also released a statement calling the situation "a profound tragedy".

Donations can be made directly to Total Change Ministries via cheque with a note on it for hurricane relief mailed to: 100 Jones Rd., Campbell River, B.C., V9W 2V1. In those circumstances, it would have been irresponsible for any government to leave anyone on Barbuda. "This will be similar to what we did in Grenada (after hurricane Ivan devastated the Island in 2004) and we got significant support", Mitchell said.

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