Watered Down The Quest for Access in an Island Community

by: Erwin Daculan

Publication Date: November 9, 2016
Length: 0 pages
Product ID#: 1-006-400

Core Disciplines: Ethics, Negotiations, Strategy & Management, Sustainability

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The island of Bantayan, Philippines is undergoing a significant transformation as NGO’s work with the community to modernize the island, replacing traditional homes of leaves and corrugated metal with concrete homes that can withstand the typhoons that commonly strike the area. NGO’s are also working with residents to upgrade the local infrastructure by offering electric power, which can be used to ensure clean water access or benefit the community in other ways. Students are asked to weigh in on the development of this community and offer opinions about how it should proceed in utilizing its limited resources.