This grant support is ongoing (funding provided by LACNIC). This IoT project involves the building a weather stations in local schools in Dominica and developing a web platform where meteorological data will be posted to and made free available. Every school in Dominica receives internet connectivity and most schools have an internet lab. However, very little technological development results from the use of the lab and most school programs are focused on learning basic digital skills. Additionally, Dominica is regularly exposed to natural disasters which make disaster management and climate change action essential to the development of this Caribbean island state. This project aims at reducing the barriers for the adoption of technology in a small island developing state while exposing students and teachers to the benefits of the internet on a national level. Following Hurricane María in September 2017, where the island’s infrastructure was severely damaged, the project had to be reformulated. FRIDA is currently in discussions with team members to adjust the scope of the initiative.