Theory of Change
Creating change on a scale needed to break the cycle of poverty necessitates improvements at all levels of the ecosystem — from the immediate environment where an individual lives with ‘ohana, to the larger context of school, church, and community, and the still larger arena that encompasses the state, the nation, and the world.
It is only by understanding complex, dynamic social issues across all of these dimensions that we can identify and act on opportunities that offer the greatest impact. And it is only by working closely with others across the system that we can create change that is sustainable.
For a brief introduction to our current "Working Theory of Change," please see the video below:
Mahalo to LT interns Anela Summers and Jazmin Domingo for creating our TOC video!