Maguary


Population 42 families (74 including Jamaraqua and São Domingo)
204 inhabitants (353 including Jamaraqua and São Domingo)
Health 1 Community Health agent, also serves Jamaraqua and São Domingo
Water System Well piped to most houses (completed 2005)
School

Through middle school (8th grade) located in Maguary. São Domingo and Jamaraqua students also attend this school.

Electricity Generator supplying 2-3 hours electricity 2-3 nights a week for the community center. Also a couple of small photovoltaic systems. There is a possibility that the grid might reach the communities by 2008
Other significant infrastructure Solar-powered Telecenter with 3 PCs and Internet Connection

 

Suruacá

Population 97 families (167 including Capixuã and Vista Alegre)
428 inhabitants (719 including Capixuã and Vista Alegre)
Health 
1 Community Health center with community health agent and 1 attendant in Suruacá. Capixuã also has one community health agent.
Water System Well piped to all houses in Suruacá (original system 1994, expansion completed 2006)
School 
Suruacá now has classes through middle school (8th grade) 170 students and 6 teachers. Capixuã has only primary school (1st - 4th grade). Students may travel to Suruacá for 4th-8th, however the distance is quite long to travel regularly and few do. Vista Alegre children attend school in Capixuã.
Electricity Generator supplying 2-3 hours electricity 2-3 nights a week for house and city street lights. Also a couple of small photovoltaic systems. The community has undertaken an initiative to build a micro-hydroelectric dam which would meet current and expected needs for all three communities for at least the next 10 years.
Other significant infrastructure 
Solar-powered telecenter with 3 PCs and Internet Connection