1.) WHAT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES DOES THE COUNTRY HAVE TODAY
The river is drying up and now they want to reroute it to produce electricity, Acute respiratory infections, product of the contaminated air, the most dangerous thing that can happen to a child in El Salvador is to start breathing. And the second most dangerous thing is to drink water or eat food, which produce gastrointestinal illnesses, And poverty
2.) WHAT IS THE COUNTRY DOING TO REPAIR THE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN THE COUNTRY? to repair the issues there are several water projects that are likely to succeed long after their sponsors have moved on. These projects have strong community support and technology that's appropriate and affordable.
3.) HAS THE COUNTRY HAD ANY MAJOR DISASTERS IN THE LAST TEN YEAR In October 2005, Hurricane Stan unleashed heavy rains that caused flooding throughout El Salvador. In all, the flooding caused 67 deaths and more than 50,000 people were evacuated at some point during the crisis. Damages from the storm were estimated at $355.6 million. In November 2008, rains from Tropical Storm Ida caused flooding and mudslides that killed at least 199 and left extensive property damage in the departments of Cuscatlan, La Paz, San Vicente, and San Salvador.
4.) NAME THE PERSON IN CHARGE OF ADDRESSING ALL ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS: Boanerge Lovo, president of his Community Development Association
5.) WHO IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE COUNTRY?
Mauricio Funes (born 18 October 1959) became President of El Salvador on June 1, 2009. He succeeded President Antonio Saca (served 2005-2009)
6.) What type of school systems exists in the country?
The education system in the country is divided into preschool, primary, secondary and higher education. Preschool is also identified as kindergarten, day care or nursery School. Preschool education is between 2 to 5 years of age. Primary is compulsory...