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the Beni River with the small passenger ferry over to San Buenaventura. Some eco-lodges are found in and around the Madidi National Park. The oldest and best known is Chalalan Ecolodge in Chalalán on the Tuichi River, a successful community-based enterprise that generates significant economic benefits to indigenous communities (Malky et al., 2007). Another important site is the Serere Sanctuary operated by Madidi Travel; a 4000 hectare private reserve dedicated to generating income through tourism for on-going conservation work to establish new legally protected zones in the north of the Madidi Mosaic. Others include San Miguel del Bala Eco-Lodge on the banks of the Beni River reached by boat 40 minutes up stream from Rurrenabaque, and the young Entno Ecolodge - Mashaquipe on the Tuichi River close to the outlet into the Beni River. Wikipedia:Rurrenabaque


sanatorium will greet you here. * '''Karakol Canyon''' The Karakol Canyon offers excellent hiking. It's possible to hike to the beautiful Ala-Kul lake from this canyon. Arrange guiding in town at the Karakol's '''Community Based Tourism''' or CBT. * WikiPedia:Karakol Commons:Category:Karakol

Port Colborne

; no adverse health effects which may have resulted from environmental exposures." After a series of public meetings between the City, the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) and Inco, it was decided to perform a Community-Based Risk Assessment, a process designed to determine whether the contamination poses a threat to the current, past, or future residents of Port Colborne, and what Inco must do to clean up the contaminated areas. http

, Ontario Wainfleet , Dunnville (Dunnville, Ontario) and Port Colborne. The city is also service by a community based public High school, Port Colborne High School. - Port Colborne Vance Badawey - When the First Welland Canal was opened in 1829, the Niagara Road became a towpath for vessels exiting the Welland River. Oxen on the road would tow boats against the rapid current of the Niagara River as they exited the canal and continued south to Lake


: Zeravshan Tourism Development Association - A network of small providers offering Community Based Tourism products with special emphasis on cultural and ecological sustainability. Supported by international development organisations. Excellent for arranging custom made tours and accommodation for the individual and group traveller. http: Pamir-Travel, one of the biggest and most experienced operators in Penjikent. http: (Nematov Niyozgul, Rudaki 22 16

National Disaster Response Force

and to meet other national and international commitments. Also a network of ten outreach centres at the respective NDRF Bns locations are proposed to be set up. Community Based Disaster Preparedness left thumb 280px Demonstration of Rope Rescue Techniques to Villagers (Image:Demonstration of Rope Rescue Techniqes to Villagers.jpg) right thumb 280px Making of Improvised Banana Raft (Image:Selected.JPG) Image:Demonstration of life saving techniques to school children.jpg right thumb

Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

The City Project title Historic - Cultural Monuments (HCM) Listing url http: ourwork documents HCMDatabase090707.pdf accessdate 9 September 2012 * Self-Help Graphics and Art, the first community-based organization in the country to create a free public celebration of Day of the Dead. * Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center Keck School of Medicine of USC * Los Angeles County Department of Coroner * Estrada Courts Murals (Estrada Courts) * Evergreen Cemetery (Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles) * Hazard Park * Mariachi Plaza * Hollenbeck Park * Linda Vista Community Hospital (former Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital) * Sears Building (Sears, Roebuck & Company Mail Order Building (Los Angeles, California)), Olympic Boulevard (Olympic Boulevard (Los Angeles)) and Soto St. * Malabar Public Library (Los Angeles Public Library) * Lucha Underground temple, where ''Lucha Underground'' is taped. in 1976. El Sereno sits atop the Monterey Hills (Monterey Hills, Los Angeles) that separate the Los Angeles Basin from the San Gabriel Valley, and is the easternmost district in the city of Los Angeles. It is bordered by Monterey Hills (Monterey Hills, Los Angeles) and South Pasadena (South Pasadena, California) on the north, Alhambra (Alhambra, California) on the east, University Hills (University Hills, Los Angeles) on the southeast, City Terrace (City Terrace, California) on the south, Boyle Heights (Boyle Heights, Los Angeles) on the southwest, Lincoln Heights (Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles) on the west, and Montecito Heights (Montecito Heights, Los Angeles) on the northwest. Principal thoroughfares include Huntington Drive; Valley Boulevard; Eastern and Alhambra Avenues; and Soto Street. The district lies within ZIP code 90032. Early life She was born '''Josephine M. Workman''' in Boyle Heights, California (Boyle Heights, Los Angeles), and baptized at the Plaza Church (La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora Reina de los Angeles), Los Angeles, when she was four months old, "Old Baptismal Book In Court --- Plaza Church Tome Evidence in Million Dollar Case --- Used to Prove Age of Heir to the Workman Estate --- Many Pioneers Witnesses in Battle for Rich Lands." ''Los Angeles Times''. Mar. 3, 1920. p. II 1. the daughter of Joseph Manuel Workman (1833–1901) "Death of J.M. Workman --- One of the Old-time Residents of Los Angeles County Passes Away at the Age of Seventy-one." ''Los Angeles Times''. Mar. 14, 1901. p. 11. and Josephine Mary Belt (1851–1937). Her siblings were Mary Cristina Workman (1870–1963); Agnes Elizabeth Workman (1872–1957); Marie Lucile "Lucy" Workman (1875–1944); William Joseph Workman (1877–1956); George D. Workman (1879–1903); and Nellie Workman (1886–1888). Early life Boyle Workman was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of William H. Workman (1839–1918) and Maria Elizabeth Boyle (1847–1933). He attended St. Vincent's College (Loyola Marymount University#History), which then stood at Seventh Street and Broadway (Broadway (Los Angeles)). From his home in Boyle Heights (Boyle Heights, Los Angeles), he rode horseback to school. In 1884, he entered Santa Clara College (Santa Clara University) for a time, but returned to St. Vincent's College and graduated in 1887. Huizar is a naturalized American citizen, a native of the Mexican state of Zacatecas. Huizar was raised in the Boyle Heights (Boyle Heights, Los Angeles) neighborhood of Los Angeles and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from U.C. Berkeley (University of California, Berkeley), a Master’s in Public Affairs and Urban and Regional Planning from Princeton University, and his Juris Doctor from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) School of Law. He still lives in the community he has called home most of his life, the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles http: maps?q 605+Britannia+Ave%0ALos+Angeles,+CA+90033&layer c&sll 34.050811,-118.212658&cbp 13,295.43,,0,-1.21&cbll 34.050711,-118.212389&hl en&gl us&sspn 0.006295,0.006295&ie UTF8&hq &hnear 605+Brittania+St,+Los+Angeles,+California+90033&ll 34.053077,-118.214446&spn 0,0.010986&t h&z 17&panoid ufBwN5CX4Y9n3WFMWQBp8g , with his wife Richelle, their daughters Emilia and Isabella Rose, Aviana, and son Simon.

Langford, British Columbia

Category:Populated places on the British Columbia Coast Category:Cities in British Columbia Category:Populated places in the Capital Regional District Category:Greater Victoria The second largest concentration of British Columbia population is located at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, which is made up of the 13 municipalities of Greater Victoria, Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Saanich (Saanich, British Columbia), Esquimalt (Esquimalt, British Columbia), Oak Bay, British

Integrated urban water management in Medellín, Colombia

. The program allows reconnection of services (which are prepaid) and debt payment over 120 months charged at the DTF (Depósitos Termino Fijo) interest rate. *'''Social Financing Program (SFP) Grupo EPM''' card offers households in the Antioquia Region credit at competitive rates that vary according to the type of product or activity financed. *'''Community Organization Contracts''' has the objective of contracting community-based organizations and associations located in Aburrá Valley areas where EPM has projects on network expansion, operation and maintenance in water and sanitation services provision. *'''Water services provision peri-urban areas''' is implemented by EPM in conjunction with the Municipality of Medellín and seeks to legalize and allow access to public water services for people in peri-urban areas in Medellín. The aim is to reduce risks derived from illegal or irregular use of public services and protect private and public goods. *'''Minimum Potable Water Consumption Amount for Life'''. The World Health Organization estimates that the average quantity of potable water needed per person to meet basic human needs is 2.5m3 per month. '''Minimum Potable Water Consumption Amount for Life''' is a Municipality of Medellin initiative launched in 2009 providing subsidies paid by the municipality to cover the cost of 2.5m3 month per person. *'''National demand-side and supply-side subsidies''' is a scheme offering users with low payment capacity subsidies financed by overages in the bills of users with the best payment capacity, industrial and commercial users, and with municipality funds. Multi-lateral assistance The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has been working periodically with Medellín on the '''Medellín River Sanitation Program''' since the program was approved in the 1980s. In the most recent phase, the IDB approved a 25-year loan to Colombia in February 2009 for US$ 450 million for a cleanup project of the Medellín River. This is the largest loan the IDB has ever issued for a river cleanup and will be used to build a treatment plant in the northern end of the Aburrá-Medellín valley. The new plant will open for operation in 2012 and will increase Medellín’s wastewater treatment capacity to 95%. In a prior phase, an IDB loan of US$130 million was used to build the San Fernando wastewater treatment plant in the southern end of the Aburrá-Medellín valley. Category:The Metropolitan Area of the Aburrá Valley


) made the first transit, upbound to Buffalo, N.Y. (Buffalo, New York), with Merritt as a passenger on her deck. The first canal ran from Port Dalhousie, Ontario on Lake Ontario south along Twelve Mile Creek to St. Catharines. From there it took a winding route up the Niagara Escarpment through Merritton, Ontario to Thorold, where it continued south via Allanburg to Port Robinson, Ontario on the Welland River. Ships went east (downstream) on the Welland River to Chippawa, at the south (upper) end of the old portage road, where they made a sharp right turn into the Niagara river, upstream towards Lake Erie. Originally, the section between Allanburg and Port Robinson was planned to be carried in a subterranean tunnel. However, the sandy soil in this part of Ontario made a tunnel infeasible, and a deep open-cut canal was dug instead. Government The greater part of the peninsula is incorporated as the Regional Municipality of Niagara. Cities in the region include St. Catharines, Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls, Ontario), Thorold, Port Colborne and Welland. Towns include Niagara-on-the-Lake, Lincoln (Lincoln, Ontario), Pelham (Pelham, Ontario), Grimsby (Grimsby, Ontario) and Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario), as well as the townships Wainfleet and West Lincoln (West Lincoln, Ontario). The remainder of the peninsula encompasses parts of the Hamilton, Ontario City of Hamilton

Whittier, Minneapolis

Whittier Works Business Survey. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Center for Urban and Regional Affairs *Ramirez, Shannon and David Scheie 1991 Cops and Neighbors: An evaluation of the Whittier Community Based Policing Project. St. Paul MN: Rainbow Research. *Smith, Rebecca Lou 1980 Whittier: A Revitalization Effort in the Inner City. CURA Reporter

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