A group of fourteen undergraduate students from Yale recently traveled to the Dominican Republic with Yspaniola to learn about international development while living with families in Batey Libertad. In the words of one student participant, "I learned so much about Haitian/Dominican relations, development, poverty tourism, community development, soccer, how to play 'quien falta.' Mostly my entire perspective on development has changed."
For a more in-depth look at the trip, review our 2011 Service-Learning Evaluation Report, available at: http://eng.yspaniola.org/about-2/documents
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The Yspaniola Team
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