Melva Olmos

Melva Olmos

Dec 14, 2020

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    About This Project

    Remote communities in Panamá commonly suffer from waterborne illness. The various sources and identity of point & non-point source pollution are unknown. Conservación Panamá (org) in cooperation with Public Schools, has created a 10-month long water monitoring program for 5th grade students which samples, tests, analyzes and maps the Rios Coclé del Norte & San Juan de Turbé to identify the pollutants and create solutions.

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