Considering her service as a adviser in the local administration, it is fair to say she enjoys a degree of social and academic recognition within the regional community. Such recognition must be complemented with this master to increase the relevance of her work to the local authorities. In turn, these entities can provide the support necessary for her to explore solutions to the cited difficulties.

  • "In turn" and "thus" are two completely different concepts. "In turn" would be better here, since the latter is the result of the happening of the former. – Dhanishtha Ghosh Nov 16 '20 at 20:42

I would think thus would be a better option here, unless I am not understanding the context correctly. In turn implies that something happens after something else. Thus implies that something happens as a result of something else.

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