Quito Ecuador

JT’s Breakthrough: 100 Books Read

November 15, 2017

By Amy Townsend, South Africa Dream Centre Amy and Ron Townsend oversee ER Africa’s South Africa Dream Center (DC). Here, Amy shares this heartfelt update about JT, a young student who attends our after-school program. At the beginning of this school year, he was going into grade 2 and didn’t recognize the alphabet. He couldn’t write […]

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Single Mother Fights for Kids’ Education

October 29, 2017

Jim Schutz and his wife, Tony Kay, are directors of Nuevos Amigos, an ER partner and fully accredited school for children ages 4-13 in Quito, Ecuador. Here Jim shares the story of a mother who was determined to ensure her children receive a quality education. When Silva Fiallos Vera’s husband left her in late 2016, […]

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Celebrating ER’s Child Center Relocation

March 6, 2017

In March 2016, ER was told by local authorities we needed to move the Daycare out of the Quito Dump to comply with new safety regulations. While this wasn’t in our plans, we embraced the challenge and found a new location, which turned out to be even better for the kids. One year later, we […]

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Every Day Should Be International Women’s Day

March 7, 2016

by Kelly McClelland, ER Women’s Advocacy Director Starting today, you’ll see lots of news stories touting gender equality and equal rights for women in recognition of International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8. This is a worthy cause and deserving of our attention, consideration and support. But Extreme Response (ER) won’t be holding any special […]

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Dunamis Helps Teen Mother Take Steps Toward Healing

January 18, 2016

In Quito, Ecuador, ER partner Dunamis seeks to restore the rights of young women and adolescents victimized by human trafficking. Here volunteer Rebekah Byrnes shares the story of how Dunamis touched the life of one of those young ladies – and how her own life was touched as well. The first day is always a little awkward. […]

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Providing Hope to the Littlest Ones at the Dump

June 5, 2015

Extreme Response has worked in the Quito Dump since 1997, starting with a focus helping kids living in extreme poverty. Our commitment to kids has only intensified over the years. Today, ER staff provide strategic programming that allows these kids to catch up to their peers. They do this by supplying nutritious meals and snacks, teaching […]

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Christmas Celebration Transforms Graciela

December 5, 2014

 By Robyn Wallace                                                                                                         […]

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