An additional project that Wilfredo is hoping to complete with help from Heidi and student participation is improving the water source that supplies the high school’s water storage and purification system designed and constructed as a past Future Scientist project. Currently the intake structure for the school’s water is damaged due to water flow and allows significant amounts of dirt and debris to enter the system. The plan is to design and construct a low-profile dam and low cost filter made from the same PVC pipe in which the water is entering the system. We are also working with MINSA (Panamanian Ministry of Health) to try and replace the school’s chlorinator, which had recently broken. In combination with these improvements Wilfredo and Heidi had the idea to try and teach interested students about aqueduct design, construction and maintenance with the hope that they can use this knowledge in their communities. Future Scientist is considering developing the aqueduct program into a major effort to complement chlorination kit outreach. This will enable communities to maintain higher quality water sources and be able to effectively disinfect the water to improve access to clean water.