Developing Leadership In Students & Sharing Logistics Responsibility: The Case of CEMUCHCA
Authors: Rossana Chiara Paz Pierri (Guatemala)
BLUME Haiti seeks to develop leaders and strengthen economic development through the pursuit of musical excellence. As of 2016, the organization has benefited over 5000 students through its focus on four areas of primary interest: supporting teachers, staff and students; funding educational opportunities for key Haitian teachers and students; providing instruments and materials and assisting with curriculum development. This case study offers suggestions for developing more leadership and commitment in students, and for using music as a tool to improve logistics and camp coordination.