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  • 30 young students from the María Dilma Quezada de Martínez Institute reflected together on the problems of water pollution, water scarcity, deforestation, and division and conflict amongst their communities due to inappropriate use of water.

  • A play was created and shared with the community and the Water Administration Board.

  •  100% of the young people who participated in the workshop increased their knowledge about the degradation processes of water sources and reflected on its administration and use in the communities.

  • Community members and local leaders proposed implementing a follow-up leadership workshop in the community of Santa Barbara to develop the skill sets of the community Water Management Council members.

  • The teachers and young students are adapting the play and now performing it at other community and educational events to foster awareness and promote a change in attitude around the problem of water scarcity.

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