The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has been working in Latin America since 1942. This volume captures the story and lessons learnedfrom 1986 to 2010, spanning a time when the foundation made major shifts in strategy to respond to the growth of democracy, globalization, regional natural disasters and political/economic turmoil. The nine-chapter legacy book explores the people and projects that have informed the Kellogg Foundation's strategic direction over the years and the gains they've made to improve the lives of children and families in the diverse region.
Learnings and Legacies from the Field: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s legacy of opportunity, racial equity and civic renewal in Latin America and the Caribbean from 1986 - 2010 (Haitian Creole)
by Francis Hansford; Francisco Tancredi
Mar 1, 2019