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Just as the promotora model’s effectiveness stems from its specifically Latin American and Latin American immigrant context, the following four project models are community-led efforts that respond to the specific cultural context of distinct immigrant communities. Funded by the Scattergood Foundation, the projects focus primarily on wellness needs within the African, Chinese and Korean immigrant communities, and one of the projects is tied to a neighborhood religious institution and is shaped by members of the multiple immigrant groups that reside in the neighborhood.
There are significant differences between these and the promotora model, but also significant similarities.
Read the full article by Erinn Flynn Jay here.