We are a group of young professionals, who saw the need and poverty of families throughout Ecuador. Our journey began back in 2004, as we built our first computer center SHO.NET in Tanguarin, Ibarra. Since 2004, we have built one school, 7 homes, 26 bathrooms, 6 computer centers, awarded 11 academic scholarships and rebuilt 2 schools along with their playgrounds.
As we continued traveling through the neighboring communities, we soon realized that our goals needed to include economic support for the struggling families. Project Ecuador is 100% volunteer operated, and as such, we focus on self-reliance and work to recruit neighboring communities to assist with the building projects.