Welcome to Salybia Mission Project...
and thank you for visiting us. We, the Salybia Mission Project
(SMP), are a non-profit organization devoted to providing much needed medical care to the indigenous population of Dominica. The Carib Indians (also known as the Kalinago) are a unique people habituated in the Northeast corner of this Eastern Caribbean nation. With the assistance of medical students from Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) and devoted medical personnel from the area, SMP strives to enrich the lives of the disadvantaged Carib people.
Aside from recurring clinic visits by students, SMP is currently involved in fundraising events, annual Health Fairs, a Women's Health initiative and more. Our weekend visits at our newly built clinic provides Ross students with a hands-on experience that is unlike any other club on campus has to offer. Please feel free to explore this site for more information on the various aspects of SMP.
Salybia 5k is coming up on Saturday March 23rd, 2013. Sign up at the tables by the ATM near the Shacks during lunch. There is also raffle with great prizes. It is 50ec to enter the race and 1 raffle ticket for 5ec or 5 for 20ec.

- Clinic Dates:
    • March 23rd, 2013 Special Dermatology Clinic
- SMP 5k Race Times for Summer 2012 semester HERE
- Read the latest issue of the Kalinago Column HERE
- Join us on Facebook or email SMP@rossmed.edu.dm for more info!