Argentina



SolitarioC 1.jpgThree Women, Seventy Children, and Lots of Hairless Terriers: Working with Mi Perrito, by Christine Solitario

"Through my internship, I have had the ability to see the trials and tribulations that face start up business in impoverished communities. I have also witnessed the power of community support as the women of the cooperative have tried to create a successful project with the hope of providing not only for their families, but for the improvement of their neighborhood."

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small_PerezL 4.jpgWhen Health Politics Fail, by Lillian Perez





small_MannionK 3.JPGLas Mentes Bien Preparadas, by Kelly Mannion






small_BlancatoL 1.jpgBridging the Digital Gap, by Lynda Blancado






small_DrapischJ 1.jpgAn Entrepreneur Network, by Jennifer Drapisch






small_WatsonE1 with caption.JPGInfrastructure Development in Villa Elisa, Argentina






small_WatkinsT1.jpg“A Traves de Nuestros Ojos” (”Through Our Eyes”)