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Santagio Arbolda from the University of the Valley, Valle Del Cauca, trains local community members and water utility and water fund managers in water quality assesments using macrobiotic indicators such as insects and crustaceans. The existence of different animals indicates different water quality, each is given a score, and the sum total is an estimate used to determine improvement or degradation of a water source. From an assignment with Rare (www.rare.org) documenting the context for and impacts of Mónica Andrea Rivera Suárez's Pride Campaign for promoting Reciprocal Water Agreements (ARAs or Acuerdos Recipricos por Agua in Spanish) in the El Rincon microwatershed above La Unión in Valle Del Cauca, Colombia.
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Santagio Arbolda from the University of the Valley, Valle Del Cauca, trains local community members and water utility and water fund managers in water quality assesments using macrobiotic indicators such as insects and crustaceans. The existence of different animals indicates different water quality, each is given a score, and the sum total is an estimate used to determine improvement or degradation of a water source. From an assignment with Rare (www.rare.org) documenting the context for and impacts of Mónica Andrea Rivera Suárez's Pride Campaign for promoting Reciprocal Water Agreements (ARAs or Acuerdos Recipricos por Agua in Spanish) in the El Rincon microwatershed above  La Unión in Valle Del Cauca, Colombia.