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|Book||Leiden University catalogue||WorldCat|
|Title:||Reach out Africa: studies in community empowerment, sustainable development, and cross-cultural engagement|
|Authors:||Ettling, Dorothy H.|
Vichcales, Kevin B.
|ISBN:||148080794X; 9781480807945; 9781480807938|
|Abstract:||This guidebook is a collection of stories of African development projects that have transformed the lives of individuals and communities through collaborative partnerships. Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction: crossing borders (Dorothy H. Ettling); Chapter 2: A pathway to empowerment: sustainable economic development (Dorothy H. Ettling and Tere Dresner-Salinas); Chapter 3: In the best interests of children (Lisa Uribe-Kozlovsky and Ana DeHoyos-O'Connor); Chapter 4: Lighting the path to hope: from transference to acceptance - a grief and loss education program (Sarah J. Williams); Chapter 5: ICT initiative in Zambia and Tanzania: key aspects of a successful collaboration (Paula Caffer); Chapter 6: Addressing underlying determinants of undernutrition (Neeta Singh); Chapter 7: Empowering women through improving access to safe water: the early stages of a community-based project (Patricia Lieveld); Chapter 8: Leadership development in an education context in rural Bukoba, Tanzania (Richard L. Henderson); Chapter 9: Evaluating the impact and sustainability of capacity-building efforts in Tanzania and Zambia (Mark Teachout and Alison Buck); Chapter 10: The HIV crisis and its impact on women: the sustainable livelihoods approach - a method for amelioration (Eula Pines). [ASC Leiden abstract]|