BUILD: Latin America

Discussion on Gender and Justice in Latin American Development with Sebastián Molano

by mdillard
Discussion on Gender and Justice in Latin American Development with Sebastián Molano Mar 08

BUILD: Latin America co-hosted a speaker event with Amnesty International and Students Helping Honduras on March 2nd, 2017. The speaker, Sebastián Molano, is a Fletcher graduate and has extensive experience doing development work in many Latin American countries. He spoke to the students in attendance about his work along the Haitian-Dominican border, with the OAS, and helping to redefine gender norms as a means for social change. The students in attendance were mostly International Relations and Economics majors who have an interest in ethical development after they graduate. To these students, Molano gave advice regarding working abroad: know your history. Working abroad is a valuable learning experience, but as we go abroad, we embody our origin country’s history and we should be cognizant of it.

Dec 02

BUILD LA Hosts lecture on the roots of Micro Finance Organization Accion in Latin America

by tuftsigl

In this speaker event co-hosted with Students Helping Honduras, David Firth Bard, manager of institutional partnerships at Accion, spoke about Accion's model and roots in Latin America, as well as gave overviews of financial inclusion in both Ecuador and Honduras, sites of BUILD's projects.

Oct 27

Brandeis University professor spoke with Institute for Global Leadership student groups on philosophy of development

by tuftsigl

BUILD India and BUILD LA hosted an informative and engaging discussion last night with the Director of the Center for Global Development and Sustainability at Brandeis, Laurence Simon.

Sep 08

Visiting a School in Imbabura, Ecuador by Cristina da Gama

by tuftsigl

Nitya and I have recently returned from Quito, Ecuador, where we had the opportunity to visit schools, NGOs, communities, and beautiful landscapes.

Sep 07

AVANTI and the Koombook Program by Cristina da Gama

by tuftsigl

During our trip to Ecuador, Nitya and I met with 10 different NGOs. We spoke with them about the Koombook Program, a project that implements digital portable libraries in vulnerable communities. I am very excited about the meeting we had with AVANTI.

Aug 31

Starting a Digital Library Program in Ecuador by Nitya Agrawal

by tuftsigl

This summer, Cristina and I from BUILD Latin America got the chance to travel to Ecuador for a week to meet with NGOs, visit schools, and speak about our digital library program.

Nov 23

Global Impacts: Questioning How Tufts Engages Abroad

by miaellis

GlobeMed at Tufts, Timmy Global Health, BUILD India, BUILD Latin America, Engineer Without Borders, Tufts Hillel, the Tufts Rwanda Trip, the Tufts International Relations Program, and the Tufts Anthropology Departmen

Oct 05

Social Entrepreneurship with NGO Executive Director Molly Fisher

by miaellis

BUILD Latin America hosted NGO Executive Director Molly Fisher to share her experience and wisdom as a social entrepreneur.

Jun 24

BUILD: Nicaragua and AVODEC

by tuftsigl

Elayne Stecher is a senior (A14) majoring in International Relations and a member of BUILD: Nicaragua.

 

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