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Our World Economics

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filmcrew Film crew shoots a video for Our World Economics at Amboró National Park in Bolivia. Click here to download.
governorvelasco Germán Velasco, former Governor of La Paz, co-produced and hosted Our World Economics to raise awareness among U.S. students of the realities of life in Third World countries. Click here to download.
shoppers Our World Economics takes students on a trip to a typical outdoor market in Latin America. Click here to download.
market Our World Economics compares socioeconomic indicators and standards of living in different regions of the world. Click here to download.
rocktree Our World Economics explores how best to preserve natural resources. (Rock tree at the Salar de Uyuní Salt Flat.) Click here to download.
cathedral Our World Economics discusses how colonialism affected political and economic development in North and South America. Click here to download.
newstand Our World Economics explores the costs and benefits of maintaining a multilingual society. Click here to download.
costumes Our World Economics introduces students to the United Nations concept of intangible cultural heritage. (Traditional dance costumes.) Click here to download.
flamingos Our World Economics discusses how economic development can compete with natural habitats. Click here to download.
llama A llama trecks across an Andean plain . Click here to download.
micros Our World Economics explains how industrialization and infrastructure reflect the wealth of a country. Click here to download.
reedboat Lake Titicaca residents build reed boats for international expeditions. Click here to download.
cochabamba Our World Economics explains how cities develop through economic choices. (Cochabamba.) Click here to download.
sidewalks Our World Economics discusses city infrastructure, such as sidewalks. Click here to download.
store A typical storefront in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Click here to download.
storefronts Businesses closed for siesta. Click here to download.
house An urban home in Santa Cruz. Click here to download.
river A river in the Amazonian watershed . Click here to download.
statue Largest Christ statue in the world (Cochabamba). Click here to download.
biking Most dangerous road in the world according to Inter-American Development Bank (Coroico). Click here to download.
beni Many Bolivian roads are unpaved. Click here to download.
flood Residents contend with flood in Beni. Click here to download.
cacti Much Bolivian land is arid. Click here to download.
sunset Sunset in the lowlands. Click here to download.
parrot An Amazonian resident. Click here to download.
redroad Many Bolivian roads remain unpaved. Click here to download.

(Photos courtesy of Ellen Alderton, Carlos Moncada, Diego Velasco, Germán Velasco Sr., Germán Velasco Jr., Pablo Velasco, and Unidad de Comunicación, Prefectura de Beni)