The Loss of the Source of Work of Alguera Women

This is a story written by María Francia Utard, a GFSC volunteer, about her experience applying the GFSC post-disaster and crisis psychosocial recovery model in Concepción, Chile, after the February 2010 earthquake, with a group of Alguera women. These women earn their living and that of their families by collecting and selling seaweed, which is used to prepare cookies, snacks, and flour.

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