On this site we are sharing experiences of local responses. Someone's local experience may inspire others to action but not all ideas transfer quickly. Here is an article by Atul Gawande in The New Yorker where he shares his experience of childbirth in Indian hospitals. Read how much effort is required to encourage change and the efforts he made to check progress was being made.

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Comment by Kristin Bodiford on October 4, 2013 at 4:27pm

I just read this article - thank you for sharing it! I do work around responding to childhood adversity, exposure to violence, and trauma in ways that support healing and promote resilience and am wondering in response to this article how we might be able to distill 7 simple steps that anyone can do... and then how to spread these ideas until they become a community norm through relationships and conversations. 

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on August 2, 2013 at 11:04pm

Thanks Geoff for sharing this blog which brings out how transfer happens person-to-person. Transfer is of particular interest to me and your sharing brought out what I have been wanting to do for sometime- visit the community where the vision/skills/ learning has been transferred and asked them why did they adopt the learning.

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