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Region(s) Napo
Country Ecuador
Volunteers who served in the region: Napo
Victor L Berthelsdorf, Kenneth W. Gonzales, Kenneth W. Hasson, Edwin Ramon Hiel, Ronda Rowe, Rachel Weisgerber, Laurel Zaks
Sites in: Napo
Projects in Napo

Napo follows the same naming convention as an article in Wikipedia. go there! What's this?

Napo, Ecuador
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Volunteers Who Have Served in Napo

Name of community was Started service in Ended service in Served in sector Primary assignment was
Victor L Berthelsdorf Napo River
2440587.51970 2440952.51971 Health
Edwin Ramon Hiel Archidona
2444970.51982 2445700.51984 Agriculture
Kenneth W. Hasson Tena 2444970.51982 2445700.51984 Agriculture Fisheries Fresh
Environmental Education
Kenneth W. Gonzales El Chaco 2446796.51987 2451179.51999 Health
Ronda Rowe Tena 2447892.51990 2448622.51992 Agriculture
Rachel Weisgerber Serena 2453005.52004 2453736.52006 Agriculture

Napo is an Oriente (Jungle/Amazonian) Province in Ecuador. Its capital is Tena. Many of its inhabitants speak Kichwa, an indigenous dialect. Tourism is especially popular in this province as its has quite a few rivers and access to the Amazonian jungle.

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