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 !
The pupils and the Fpanjez team paraded in honour of Mexico during the comparsas of Zaruma.
The Guayas Olympics, an annual event for competitors with disabilities, is attended by a large number of people. In fact, at this event, those who too often find themselves living in the shadows are put under the spotlight, front and centre. Groups from across the Guayas province came together in Guayaquil to compete, each in their specialism, whether running, shot put, cycling or swimming.
For several years, the non-profit Ecuasol has offered a summer camp to children who participate in their activities. This year, about thirty children and teenagers went to the Amazon for three days after having spent ten days in Quito. After these beautiful summery moments, it is again the time to take the path that leads to school… Back to the books!
Advancing access to education for the children of north Quito through educational support and cultural outings.