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The United States has seen a rise in African immigration in recent years. Our sponsor, African Community Education (ACE), is a nonprofit organization that supports the assimilation of the growing African immigrant and refugee population in Worcester, MA. The project’s goal was to improve ACE’s outreach and communication methods with its clients. Through interviews, we found that language and technology barriers were the main communication challenges. To address this, we developed community circles and educational videos summarized in a communication guidebook.
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