Category Archives: Sustainable Livelihoods

Summer Reflections by Suellen Li

This summer, I went to Honduras with a team of Duke Project HEAL volunteers and partnered with Un Mundo to tackle reproductive health issues in the Cangrejal Valley. We spent some time gathering information first, talking to local health professionals … Continue reading

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Women’s Group – Brisas del Cangrejal Update

The Women’s Group group, Brisas del Cangrejal, has stayed active and is currently composed of 11 women.  They have incorporated new women in the group over the past few months, but at the same time there have been a few … Continue reading

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Women’s Group Received Donation from CARE International

The El Pital women’s group, Brisas del Cangrejal, is very excited because CARE INTERNATIONAL and PROCORREDOR donated tons of materials and utensils that they will use to set-up their temporary restaurant space. THANKS CARE INTERNATIONAL AND PROCORREDOR!

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Womens Group Update

General Information Currently the women’s group is holding meetings every Thursday of each week at 2pm. Among the strengths of the group has been the identification of objectives and goals for the short, médium and long-term. Additionally the group has … Continue reading

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Women’s Group Project Update

It can be said there is diversity in terms of the general composition of the group; single mothers, housewives, students, merchants, elderly community members, and young men and women as well. This gives the group a balance in terms of … Continue reading

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Conflict Resolution by Heather Clark

I work with the knowledge that collaborating in a group setting is hardly ever a smooth process, free of conflict. Add to the mix cultural differences, uncharted territory for all of the people involved, and demanding personal lives, conflict is … Continue reading

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