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  • Exciting news regarding Davis Projects for Peace!

    We're very excited to let you know that Davis Projects for Peace has selected Tufts International Development’s Ecuador Koombook Program as one of sixteen outstanding projects from the summer of 2018!

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  • Tufts Community Day by Olive Garst (E'21)

    The Tufts Engineering Chapter of Engineers Without Borders participated in Tufts Community Day on September 30, 2018. Community Day is a yearly event where Tufts clubs set up activities and events and people from the surrounding communities are invited on to campus. The event attracts families, neighbors, and lots of fun.

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  • Export Promotion in Europe: Working at the Foreign Commercial Service by Laura Schiemichen (F’19)

    As part of the Masters in Transatlantic Affairs, offered jointly by The Fletcher School and the College of Europe, I have chosen to explore my interest in foreign policy, economics, and U.S.-E.U. relations in Brussels, Belgium this fall. Since September, I have been a part of the Foreign Commercial Service (FCS) team at the U.S. Mission to the European Union.

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  • It Takes a Community by Laurel Howell (E’19)

    The morning of August 16 dawns bright and early. We are all awake by 6:30 and the community is already moving; women are drawing water from the borehole near the CBCC (preschool), which was built by Joshua Orphan and Community Care, where we are staying.

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  • Impact of Architecture on the Rwandan Community by Bruce Ahirwe (EG’21)

    For the third and last month of my internship at Genesis and Gilgal Group( G&G), I focused on learning the impact of architecture on Rwanda. In my last two blogs, I elaborated on the connection between architecture and human rights. Cities, buildings, etc. are designed for people, and they impact how they relate and live with each other.

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  • Access to Clean Drinking Water in Solomoni, Malawi by Elana Chan (A'21)

    Despite our exhaustion from the long journey, we were all excited to finally arrive in Malawi as we walked down the steps from the aircraft. We landed in the Shire Highlands of the country, in Blantyre, its second largest city.  The landscape caught our attention, on one side of the runway, there was a small mountain while the other side was completely flat.

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  • Global Perspectives: A Tufts University Photo Contest

    Extended Deadline to:  October 26, 2018. Photos should have been taken when graduate and undergraduate Tufts students were studying, working, interning, or conducting research abroad or, in the case of the last theme should represent global perspectives on Tufts’ campuses in Boston, Grafton, or Medford during the last year (i.e.

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