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[edit] Nuevo Eden de San Juan

Chris Delcher, 1998-2000, Nuevo Eden de San Juan.


Delcher ElSalvador.jpg Delcher ElSalvador2.jpg

(Left) Funding for a latrine project: Red symbols show households with no latrines in the area around the central plaza. I made this map because it was an application for funding requirement of the Pan American Health Organization.

(Right) Our group had this map of El Salvador commissioned for a T-shirt. Created by one of the PCVs, it shows a machine gun transforming into a corn-stalk representing peace after the civil war. The San Salvador volcano is in the background.

Purpose: Funding for a latrine project, Work Area: Water and Sanitation "Red symbols show households with no latrines in the area around the central plaza. I made this map because it was an application for funding requirement of the Pan American Health Organization."

"Our group had this map of El Salvador commissioned for a T-shirt. Created by one of the PCVs, it shows a machine gun transforming into a corn-stalk representing peace after the civil war. The San Salvador volcano is in the background."

[edit] Montecristo

Michael Moore and Steven Cockerham, 1962-1964, Montecristo.

Morre Cockerham ElSalvador.JPG

"Micheal Moore and Steven Cockerham work together to compose a map to demonstrate the "patterns and problems of land use" in and around what was to become Montecristo National Park."


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Montecristo Park Patterns of Land Use

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