Students with GMU EfID, along with help from the New Century College, set out to help find solutions for clean water and sanitation issues for the Marijuana. Located in the Amazon, there are only 400 Marijuana left in the world located between the Napo and Putumayo Rivers.
Engineers for International Development (EfID) of George Mason University and Damascus Community Road Church (DRCC) of Damascus Maryland, are partnering to assist the people of Honduras in working to alleviate the many water and sanitation issues of this third world country.
The Sabana Grande community lies in a bowl-shaped terrain feature at an approximate elevation of 2,300ft with mountains rising sharply to the south. A ridgeline approximately half a mile to the SE rises approximately 900ft above the community.
San Isidro is east of Cusco at an altitude of 3,435 meters and a population of approximately 100 people. The population in this area had a lack of water storage for their consumption and farming needs.