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This is the seventh in a series of principles based on the textbook Humanitarian Engineering: Creating Technologies that Help People, by Kevin Passino. The series is adapted by the author for Engineering for Change. Download Humanitarian Engineering, 3rd Edition, for free. It is crucial to build relationships in a community, to get to know the people so that they will work with you and trust you, and so you will know what is needed. While doing...
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