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Omoa Preservation Corps was in the community of Pueblo Nuevo, Honduras. During their visit they carried out workshops on biology, ecology, importance and current problematic of sharks.

It was at the Lempira school where they shared with 217 children changing their negative perception of sharks. Nobody loves what they do not know, they love what is known because they recognize its value. Blue World  Foundation and Omoa Preservation Corps united their efforts so that the Mesoamerican zone knows the importance of its marine ecosystems, that the populations identify with their region, the Amen, protect and conserve.

This project is a collaboration between Blue World Foundation and the Omoa Preservation Corps with the constant support of the United States Department of State.