The Climb to Chaguite

“Very few communities have organized capacity for collective action,” but what makes this concept vital in marginalized communities is their lack of access to the most basic tangible resources. In many instances, collective capacity resulting in community action is crucial because it is one of the few resources a community does not have to depend on an outside source for (Aday, forthcoming).

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Lu Sevier – Charles Center Blog

My name is Lu Sevier and I am a Senior at the College of William and Mary! As a Biology major interested in International Development, GIS, and teaching I can’t wait for what the summer will bring as a AidData Summer Fellow.  The school year is wrapping up and a new adventure awaits for the Fellows in the Philippines.

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