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  • Juleen and her kids at a friends house in Antigua. Though they are better of than in a shelter, being in another person’s home doesn’t feel comfortable according to Juleen
  • Juleen and her kids at a friends house in Antigua. Though they are better of than in a shelter, being in another person’s home doesn’t feel comfortable according to Juleen
  • Juleen and her kids at a friends house in Antigua. Though they are better of than in a shelter, being in another person’s home doesn’t feel comfortable according to Juleen
  • The damage to Juleen’s house was extensive. Even though her roof was bolted to the structure, Irma’s winds ripped most of the rafters and metal sheeting from the house
  • Exposed to the elements the interior was soaked through. Juleen chose to throw away most of her belongings as black mold had developed on nearly every exposed surface
  • Exposed to the elements the interior was soaked through. Juleen chose to throw away most of her belongings as black mold had developed on nearly every exposed surface
  • Exposed to the elements the interior was soaked through. Juleen chose to throw away most of her belongings as black mold had developed on nearly every exposed surface
  • Exposed to the elements the interior was soaked through. Juleen chose to throw away most of her belongings as black mold had developed on nearly every exposed surface
  • The damage to Juleen’s house was extensive. Even though her roof was bolted to the structure, Irma’s winds ripped most of the rafters and metal sheeting from the house
  • The roof was torn off during Hurricane Irma’s path over Barbuda. This was Juleen’s first visit to her home since the night of September 5th
  • The roof was torn off during Hurricane Irma’s path over Barbuda. This was Juleen’s first visit to her home since the night of September 5th
  • The roof was torn off during Hurricane Irma’s path over Barbuda. This was Juleen’s first visit to her home since the night of September 5th
  • Juleen’s friends volunteered to help her clear her house of debris and stagnant water. They climb through the boarded up windows in the kitchen
  • Two year old DeJorn sits on Juleen’s lap after being picked up from preschool. Juleen was quick to reinstate her kids to school as she looks for work in Antigua’s tough job market
  • Two year old DeJorn sits on Juleen’s lap after being picked up from preschool. Juleen was quick to reinstate her kids to school as she looks for work in Antigua’s tough job market
  • Juleen Punter listens to a military coordinator at the command center on Codrington Wharf. He gives advice to people as they head out into what remains of Barbuda
  • Juleen Punter listens to a military coordinator at the command center on Codrington Wharf. He gives advice to people as they head out into what remains of Barbuda
  • The main population center on Barbuda, Codrington, was made a ghost town after Irma forced an evacuation of the islands 1,800 residents. Houses were left in ruins, cars damaged and animals abandoned in the scramble to find sanctuary in Antigua
  • The main population center on Barbuda, Codrington, was made a ghost town after Irma forced an evacuation of the islands 1,800 residents. Houses were left in ruins, cars damaged and animals abandoned in the scramble to find sanctuary in Antigua
  • The main population center on Barbuda, Codrington, was made a ghost town after Irma forced an evacuation of the islands 1,800 residents. Houses were left in ruins, cars damaged and animals abandoned in the scramble to find sanctuary in Antigua
  • The main population center on Barbuda, Codrington, was made a ghost town after Irma forced an evacuation of the islands 1,800 residents. Houses were left in ruins, cars damaged and animals abandoned in the scramble to find sanctuary in Antigua
  • The main population center on Barbuda, Codrington, was made a ghost town after Irma forced an evacuation of the islands 1,800 residents. Houses were left in ruins, cars damaged and animals abandoned in the scramble to find sanctuary in Antigua
  • Juleen Punter sails on a private catamaran ferrying volunteers and Barbudans towards the barely inhabited island. It is her first time since Irma struck the island that she’s been back to assess the damage the category five inflicted on her home
  • Juleen Punter sails on a private catamaran ferrying volunteers and Barbudans towards the barely inhabited island of Barbuda. It is her first time since Hurricane Irma struck the island that she’s been back to assess the damage the category five inflicted
  • Kadija, a Carib infant born only days before Maria struck, wakes on her makeshift crib at a shelter in the indigenous Kalinago Territories. Her mother, Francelea, remembers holding on to the newborn when Maria tore the roof from her wood plank shack
  • A grocer reopens with a bounty of cassava and plantains. Staple crops have started growing after Maria levelled most if not all of the crops around Dominica
  • Glennsworth Irving was made homeless after Maria blew his house away. He cooks rice a government truck dropped off on Mero Beach. He’s made shelter under a blooming almond tree, optimistic that much like the tree Dominica will come back again soon
  • A plug dangling from a private clinic becomes a vital charging station. With power out in 99% of the island, people have been desperate for power outlets to charge their phones and communicate with family abroad as well as loved ones around the country
  • Two boys cruise through Roseau’s dusty streets as schools remain by and large closed until the safety of their students and teachers is guaranteed. So far, senior level classes have begun trickling back
  • For some, waiting for the island to come back to normalcy simply isn’t an option. Either due to the complete loss of their home or having been victim to the mass layoffs sweeping certain industries on the island. Some are leaving with no plans to return
  • A Dominican Electrical Company technician runs down the street as maintenance around critical hubs of the capital are set back online. Priorities now are governmental facilities as well as police barracks and emergency services

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