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Yuehan Wang
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Yuehan Wang

Yuehan Wang is a Research Affiliate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Civic Data Design Lab and focuses on data analysis. As a recent MIT graduate, she has a background in urban design and social science. At MIT, she developed a passion for exploring technology and data’s role in urban intervention and expanded her skillset to data analysis and visualization.

Ms. Wang holds master’s degrees in city planning and in real estate development from MIT and a bachelor of engineering degree in urban planning from Sichuan University, China.

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Reports
November 2021
By  Ariel G. Ruiz Soto, Rossella Bottone, Jaret Waters, Sarah Williams, Ashley Louie and Yuehan Wang

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Reports
November 2021

Influenced by a mix of factors—from economic and humanitarian protection needs to family reunification and climate change—Central American migration is a dynamic phenomenon. This report draws on unique survey data to examine the conditions that drive people in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to migrate, as well as the costs and implications of migration for households and communities throughout the region.