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Some findings

I spent ten days in Ecuador to find out more about the communication and information needs of Venezuelans fleeing the crisis in their country, the coordination mechanisms between organizations on the ground, and the impact of xenophobia on civil society. Our team gathered many interesting findings, many of which we are. now in the process …

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Ecuador & Colombia Scoping Mission

After 10 days of interviews with organizations, spontaneous meetings with people in parks, and a day and a half at Ecuador’s northern border with Colombia, we have concluded Dahlia’s scoping mission on the communication and information needs of Venezuelan migrants, the coordination mechanisms in place between institutions, and attitudes in the host country toward the …

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Hasta pronto, Madrid

My internship has taken a drastic turn. For the past two weeks, I have been working on a number of tasks, but focusing mostly on a short research paper and conference proposal, based on a Dahlia field scoping mission in Ecuador and Colombia on Venezuelan refugees’ communication and information needs, as well as coordination mechanisms …

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Dahlia

I’ve been in Dara for a while now and it’s quite good to be back. After initial correspondence with my coworkers, there is a mutual recognition that I can help with tasks that are deeper and more meaningful that those I dealt with last year — even though I was involved in some very interesting …

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