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Credit: 
© 2002 Aimee Centivany, Courtesy of Photoshare
Photographer: 
Aimee Centivany
Location: 
Guatemala City
Guatemala
GT
Date taken: 
December 31, 2002
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Known Person: 

Caption

Los Lomas de Azacualpilla, a community in Guatemala City. As part of a Hurricane Mitch resettlement program, this inter-city squatter community was relocated twenty miles outside of the city center. Far from urban markets and job opportunities, lacking potable water, sewage, and health facilities, this peri-urban community struggles to survive.

History of Use

Organization Media Type Title
CDC-Centers For Disease Control and Prevention Display CDC Visitor Center, Introductory Display Wall, May 2005
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Other JHSPH Distance Education Course: Training Methods and Continuing Education for Health Workers, January 2005
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Powerpoint Presentation Cities Transfomed: Demographic Change and Its Implications in the Developing World, September 2003
Population Institute Newsletter POPLINE:" Population and Reproductive Health", Vol. 25, May 2003
JHUCCP Brochure View for Photoshare feature
The Population Institute Other POPLINE "Population and Poverty in the Developing World", December 2002
Distance Education Centre Victoria Other Response to Hurricane Mitch in Central America, April 2007
MIT Conference Materials USI Urban Services Initiative
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Other Drug consumption patterns, sexual behavior and HIV risk among low-income drug users in Guatemala City
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Report Drug consumption patterns, sexual behavior and HIV risk among low-income drug users in Guatemala City