This space is intended to shine the spotlight on the initiatives of Ecuadorian organisations that strive every day in the field to improve the daily lives of this country's inhabitants.
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- creating a synergy between them so they can exchange their respective experiences and optimise their know-how;
- organizing workshops, events, meetings and other forums where NGOs can exchange best practice, pool their experience, improve their skills through training, and in this way build a true network of local grass-roots initiatives;
- conducting audits on their operation, financing, needs, etc.;
- giving advice on project setup, specific funding research and communication;
- making the public aware of their involvement;
- improving their visibility at international scale.
This label is the official seal of the pledge and passion the mediated NGOs bring to their work, their performance and their management of the support they receive.
It is awarded by a commission composed of a team of French members and local auditors specialised in NGO location and study, following a complete audit.
Une Option de Plus has developed its activities in France and offers training programs for the volunteers of the organizations as well as for all interested volunteers of other organizations. We also undertake awareness activities on international solidarity in schools. Furthermore, we participate in various events of the associative life all year long. Watch the video shot during the 2012 Week of Solidarity.
UNITED FOR A BETTER ECUADOR !
Among the obstacles they have faced, these students from CENIT's Primary School teach us the value of happiness, and to them happiness signifies having the opportunity to attend school.
On Thursday, August 11, the members of Clave de Sur went on a trip to Muisne and took their music and donations with them. They were enthusiastically received by Carolina and Maricledis Cagua from Creando Futuro.
This is one of the most important and necessary areas of the institution where horses are used as natural instruments for the rehabilitation, education and reeducation of disabled and non-disabled people. It improves the quality of life and personal skills to the maximum.
Today, Melvin Jones students had a “locro de zapallo” for lunch, which was prepared by the teachers and mothers. They used products from Super Aki. Students from Colegio Rubira also helped in each activity that takes place in the center.
Creando Futuro and several artists from Quito organized a solidarity concert to continue helping Muisne. They were in Quito on Friday, June 24. Those who attended the concert had the chance of making a donation, specially a donation of school supplies (in order to give supply kits for the children of rural schools).
By means of economic support, schooling, psychological and recreational activities, the Ecuasol Plan promotes the harmonious personal and scholastic development of children and young people of neighborhoods in the north of Quito.