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Jessica Eileen Arango Laws is an Environmental and Social Consultant. She has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Biology from the University of Panama, an MBA from the University of Latina in Panama, and an MSc in Environmental Management and Planning from the University of Chile. She has 20+ years of experience in environmental and social consultancy in the private and public sectors, in topics such as solid waste management, medical waste management, hazardous waste, wastewater analysis, disaster risk and climate change, ecotourism, ESMEs, environmental impact assessment, environmental quality standards and regulations, oil and gas, renewable energy, construction, pesticides, transport, paint industry, environmental health, occupational health and safety, cultural heritage, indigenous people, resettlement, gender equality, prevention of women violence and juvenile justice, human rights, stakeholder engagement, audit and assessment, and water and sanitation. Jessica has worked for government institutions such as Panama's Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Health and the Panama Canal Authority. She was also a private sector consultant at ERM, a consultant for international organizations such as PAHO/WHO and UNDOC, and a consultant for multilateral financial institution such as the IDB and World Bank. She also has experience in the application of environmental audits, ESDD, and ESG application of IDB safeguards and ESPF, as well as other multilateral performance standards such as those of the IFC, World Bank, OECD, EP, and in projects related to energy, agriculture, tourism, blue economy, food security, water and sanitation, waste and hazardous waste, citizen security, oil & gas and maritime transportation and ports in Panama, Central America, South America, and Caribbean countries.