Tufts International Development

Establishing an Educational Center in Pambamarquito by Santiago Martinez-Moure (A’22)

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Establishing an Educational Center  in Pambamarquito by Santiago Martinez-Moure (A’22) Sep 26

I joined Tufts International Development’s Ecuador team during the first semester of my freshman year. I was instantly drawn to the team’s e-book program, which helps to improve children’s welfare through a technology-based educational project.  I believed that working on this project would give me experience with a non-governmental organization, which was too appealing to pass up, and that is without even considering that the project is based in my home country.

We visited Ecuador as a team in August of 2019, and I was able to spend a couple of weeks in a mountainous region of Ecuador, where I have rarely spent any time. I grew up in Guayaquil (a major coastal city in Ecuador) and moved to the US shortly before I started at Tufts.  The fact that I was able to communicate effortlessly with the people in this new region, while simultaneously learning about a different side of Ecuadorian culture was very impactful for me.

Sep 16

Safeguarding the E-library Program’s Sustainability by Mario Lagnese (A’20)

by tuftsigl

Our Tufts International Development (TID) group had just finished up our work in San Jose de Minas, a small town located 50 miles north of Quito, Ecuador. During our time in Minas, we were able to check in on one of our current projects at Colegio San Jose de Minas, the local K-12 school.

May 20

Kuchipudi, India: Building Hospitals for Rural Communities by Sachin Vallamkonda (A’21)

by tuftsigl

On behalf of the Tufts International Development (TID) India team, Karishma Chouhan, Mike Feng, and I received the opportunity to speak with multiple amazing NGOs in southern India.

Apr 10

Ram Babu to Senthil: Leaders of Today by Karishma Chouhan (A’21)

by jtijssen

As a member of Tufts International Development: India, I, along with two fellow students, Sachin Vallamkonda (A’21) and Mike Feng (A’21), travelled to India on a scouting and phase out trip.

Oct 25

Implementing Koombook in Jatumpamba, Ecuador by Cristina da Gama (A’19)

by jtijssen

I joined Tufts International Development (TuftsID) in the Spring of 2016. What started out as an idea for digital library centers in rural areas of Ecuador soon became a reality powered through hard work and dedication.

Oct 05

Exciting news regarding Davis Projects for Peace!

by jtijssen

We're very excited to let you know that Davis Projects for Peace has selected Tufts International Development’s Ecuador Koombook Program as one of sixteen outstanding projects from the summer of 2018!

Sep 07

Expanding the Koombook Project into Minas, Ecuador by Jacob Rubel (A’21)

by tuftsigl

This August I traveled to Ecuador with members of Tufts International to visit our current digital library project and implement new centers into two other towns. The first of these new locations was San Jose de Minas, a medium sized town about 2 hours outside of Quito.

Aug 24

Implementing Two New Koombook Programs in Ecuador by Alexandra Claman (A’19)

by tuftsigl

This August, I traveled to Ecuador with Tufts International Development (TID) to continue our KoomBook digital library project. This trip, we are moving the center in Coaque, a coastal town affected by the 2016 earthquake, and implementing two new programs in Minas and Jatumpamba. We just completed our Coaque portion of the trip.

Apr 20

The Shadow of Partition: Migration and the Indian Subcontinent by Ayden Crosby

by mdillard

How do our conceptions of space, boundaries, and political borders impact the way we address migration? What is the shadow cast by the partition of India 1947 and how is this related to our perceptions of space?

Apr 17

Transit Migration through Mexico by Claire Connolly

by tuftsigl

On February 21st, 2018, Tufts International Development hosted the IGL Student Group Speaker Series on Migration. We brought Dr.

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