How do you connect policymakers, practitioners, and researchers?

Next, I asked two crucial questions:

What kind of tool could connect policymakers, practitioners, and researchers?

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Theoretical Background

MANOS is a community development initiative that implements a sociological model of development in a rural community in Nicaragua. Essentially its main goal is to strengthen the community’s capacity to identify and target community-wide health problems, so that the resources MANOS brings actually address community problems and leverage community-driven solutions.

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Hi everyone! My name is Emily Mahoney and I’m a rising senior at W&M, majoring in Economics and Public Health.  This summer, I’m conducting preliminary research for my honors thesis with support from the Charles Center.

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