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Project SWAN


Dr. Jimba will explain Project SWAN, Safe Water, and Nutrition Project in Vietnam. He will introduce this intervention method, progress, and results.

As this case study was explained in detail last week, Dr. Jimba only reviewed the project briefly.

We would like you to think about the two questions below:

  • Are there instances where the deficit model approach failed and is supplemented by the assets model?
  • What would have happened if SWAN did not adapt the assets model?

By answering them, you will be able to see the impact of the assets model on SWAN’s success. If you would like to share your thoughts please leave a comment in the comments section.

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