Attached are a few images showing people in different areas of Panama. In 2010 the population of Panama was 65% Mestizo (mixed white, Native American), 12.3% Native Americans, 9.2% Black/mulattoes and 6.7% White. The Amerindian population includes seven ethnic groups: the Ngäbe, Kuna (Guna), Emberá, Buglé, Wounaan, Naso Tjerdi (Teribe), and Bri Bri. Despite Panama’s upper-middle per capita GDP, it remains a country of stark contrasts. Perpetuated by dramatic educational disparities, over 25% of Panama’s population lived in national poverty in 2013 and 3% of the population lives in extreme poverty, according to latest reports by the World Bank.