Step 1: Community Engagement – Education

During the period of October 25 – 31 in Tasajera Island, I set out to investigate the current academic┬ásituation in the community. I met with the teacher and the director of local public school and toured the facility. The first-hand experience, besides learning of the teacher’s perspective, reassured me of the urgency in which EMANAContinue reading “Step 1: Community Engagement – Education”

Supporting Progress: WOMEN

Climate change, government corruption, and economic turmoil are complex issues that require complex solutions. Such is the greater context in which we found the community of the Island of Tasajera, El Salvador back in 2009. The community of 1,846 inhabitants living under the poverty line have been on a steady decline becoming poorer over time.Continue reading “Supporting Progress: WOMEN”