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Merger of Two Minnesota CAAs

Working Better Together Case Studies

2014

This case study presents an example of the combination of a CAA experiencing financial difficulties with a larger and healthier CAA. The case study is based on CAPLAW’s interview with Dr. Leah Pigatti, executive director of Mahube-Otwa Community Action Partnership (Muhabe-Otwa) in Minnesota, as well as a review of Mahube-Otwa’s website.

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