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... many organizations independently working with the common outcome to create a flourishing and stable community. Although each organization is achieving various outcomes on their own, the lack of communication makes the achieving of said outcome much more difficult. Although we are still piecing our ideas together, I feel our focus on collective impact will provide the TEARS team with a unique and hopefully valuable perspective.
... be if either Spanish or English was more fluent on either side.
Spanish, with its conjugated verbs and rules may be challenging...but I'm not sure which is more stressful: learning a new language or navigating the narrow and congested roads of the DR. Today we experienced some very tight squeezes, some horn honking, and close calls. But don't get me wrong! This is not a reflection of our drivers ...they are extremely ...
One thing Randy had planned for us today was to give us $100 (they use the dollar sign for pesos), and let us roam free in the local market to buy food for a meal to feed our "family." 100 pesos is apparently close to the typical amount a very poor person in the DR can afford to spend on food per day (about $2.50 Canadian). We arrived to the market. The entrance consisted of a long narrow alleyway, with vendors packed on ...
... teaching seemed to have a solid philosophy, focusing primarily on teaching the heart, rather than mind. In terms of community development there is a lot being done, they are helping to increase the education capabilities of local barrio schools through teacher and parent consultations. I think this is a great way of helping out, while at the same time allowing other programs to operate independently.
... only small things with great love." Hauling cinderblocks...making friendship bracelets...endlessly working with boards and nails...playing games of street soccer...walking around the barrio (with or without pet chickens)...everything we did this week was done with great love. I don't know what the future holds for Milanda or Jessica or Falencia...or the people of our barrio...but I know that we were blessed to be a part of this ...