Community work and Latin American culture inspire co-op student


Community tourism in Ecuador: Route 1

By Glauce Fleury After Juanita Mora, it’s Nolan Kim’s turn. In the next few days, he embarks on a three-month adventure in Ecuador. An undergrad student at Simon Fraser University, Kim is about to start his co-op term with Community Evolution Foundation (CEF) through the Queen Elizabeth Scholars (QES) Program. He will support the Asociación … Continue reading Community work and Latin American culture inspire co-op student

Community tourism in Ecuador: An integral and community-based proposal for rural development


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Guest post by Iván M. García, FUNDER Executive Director in Ecuador. Ecuador is a rich country, full of poor people. With a surface area of 260,000 km2 and more than 16,000,000 inhabitants, Ecuador is a country with a wide variety and abundance of natural resources: thousands of hectares of land dedicated or available for agricultural activity … Continue reading Community tourism in Ecuador: An integral and community-based proposal for rural development