PARTNER COMMUNITIES

FEDICE partners with indigenous and marginalized rural communities throughout Ecuador’s famous Avenue of the Volcanos on transformative projects designed to end cyclical and historic poverty and injustice. We are currently engaged with 19 communities in the provinces of Carchi, Imbabura,Cotopaxi and Esmeraldas.

CARCHI

The Carchi Province, located in the north part of the country. Its administrative capital is the city of Tulcán. It is bordered to the south by Imbabura, to the west by Esmeraldas, to the east by Sucumbíos and to the north by the department of Nariño of Colombia.

Agriculture is one of the main activities that generates resources for the inhabitants of the Carchi Province; the products best cultivated in this area include: potatoes (they generate 40% of the national supply), beans, peas, corn, wheat, barley, oats,in the northwest, yucca, banana, and tropical fruits

FUENTE:https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provincia_de_Carchi

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COTOPAXI

The Province of Cotopaxi, located in the center of the country, in the geographical area known as the interandean region or the sierra. Its administrative capital is the city of Latacunga. It borders are, to the north with Pichincha, to the south with Tungurahua and Bolívar, to the west with Los Ríos, and to the east with Napo. It is one of the most important administrative, economic, financial and commercial centers in the center of Ecuador. The development of the industry in the province, in general, is based on the manual skills of its inhabitants. The main activities of the province are commerce, livestock, industry and agriculture.

FUENTE:https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provincia_de_Cotopaxi

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ESMERALDAS

The Province of Esmeraldas, located in the geographical area known as the littoral or coastal region. Its administrative capital is the city of Esmeraldas. Its borders are, to the east with Carchi and Imbabura, to the south with Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas and Manabí, to the southeast with Pichincha, to the north with the Province of Tumaco-Barbacoas, of the department of Nariño which belongs to Colombia, and to the west and north with the Pacific Ocean along a maritime strip of about 230 kilometers.

Esmeraldas is one of the most important administrative, economic, financial and commercial centers of Ecuador. The main activities of the province are commerce, livestock, industry and agriculture. Much of its economy depends on the export of shrimp and bananas. Additionally, cocoa, tobacco and coffee are produced. Fishing, the petrochemical industry, and tourism are important to the region.

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FUENTE:https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provincia_de_Esmeradas

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IMBABURA

The Province of Imbabura, is located in the north of the country. Its administrative capital is the city of Ibarra, bordered to the north by Carchi, to the south by Pichincha, to the west by Esmeraldas, and to the east by Sucumbíos.

It has a very unique importance for the history of the northern part of Ecuador, because it is a midpoint between the coast and the Amazon. Since ancestral times it has established as a meeting point between cultures, merchants and religious events.

 

FUENTE:https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provincia_de_Imbabura

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PROJECTS IN PIJAL CENTRO 2014-2017

January 01, 2020

We want to tell about the process and the results in the seven active projects in Pijal Centro and all the impact generated in the lives of children, adolescents and adults.

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