Sharing our research with communities in Ayacucho, Peru

10/09/17 03:42:pm

A team of University of Arizona researchers from the Udall Center and the School of Government and Public Policy traveled to Peru to participate in the Agua Andes Congress in Ayacucho. For three days, researchers, practitioners, members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), graduate students, and community members shared their experiences concerning water issues and green infrastructure.

Read more about this experience in the blog titled, “Sharing our research on green infrastructure and community engagement with communities in Ayacucho, Peru,” written by Andrea Gerlak and Adriana Zuniga.

UA researchers
UA Researchers at the entrance to the town of Arizona, Peru, an hour south of Ayacucho (from L to R, Andrea Gerlak, Adam Henry, Christopher Scott, Emily Bell, Adriana Zuniga, Robert Varady). Photo by C. Staddon.

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