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Quito, Ecuador
Region Pichincha
Volunteered in Pichincha
Jon Barkman, Barbara (Bean) Browne, Fay Behrens, Ralph Blessing, Charles Browne, Peter R. Brunette, Howard Rhea Cole, Chuck Creesy, Linda Derks Elliott, Eugenia Dressel, Sharon Elliott, Lee Marshall Fagen, Douglas L Gilbert, Hugh Graham, Juli Gribus … further results
Other sites in Pichincha
Aloag, Machachi, Quito
Volunteers who served at Quito
Jon Barkman, Barbara (Bean) Browne, Ralph Blessing, Charles Browne, Peter R. Brunette, Howard Rhea Cole, Chuck Creesy, Linda Derks Elliott, Eugenia Dressel, Lee Marshall Fagen, Douglas L Gilbert, Hugh Graham, Douglas C Keck, Jacqueline M. Kerr, Barbara Lehman von Behren … further results
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Quito, Ecuador
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Volunteers Who Have Served in Quito

Started service in Ended service in Served in sector Primary assignment was
Paul Vitale 2438395.51964 2438761.51965
Kathleen Mossman Vitale 2438395.51964 2438761.51965
Barbara (Bean) Browne 2439126.51966 2440222.51969 Agriculture
Hugh Graham 2439126.51966 2439856.51968 Business
Douglas L Gilbert 2439491.51967 2440222.51969
Charles Browne 2439491.51967 2440222.51969
Charles Senseman 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Business
Chuck Creesy 2439856.51968 2440587.51970
Al Stevenson 2440587.51970
1978
2442413.51975
1980
Other
Education
Linda Derks Elliott 2440952.51971 2443144.51977 Education
Jacqueline M. Kerr 2440952.51971 2442413.51975 Health
Henry Tarke 2441317.51972 2442413.51975 Education
Linda Tarke 2441317.51972 2442413.51975 Education
Howard Rhea Cole 2441317.51972 2442778.51976 Education
Eugenia Dressel 2441317.51972 2442048.51974 Education
Jon Barkman 2441317.51972 2442048.51974 Business
Jim Sheeren 2441683.51973 2442048.51974 Agriculture
Ralph Blessing 2442048.51974
1969
2443509.51978
1970
Health
Barbara Lehman von Behren 2442048.51974 2442778.51976 Education
Carol Sivits Molina 2442048.51974 2443144.51977 Education
Ronald Rivera 2442413.51975
1969
2443509.51978
1971
Richard A. Rogers 2442778.51976 2443509.51978 Agriculture
Douglas C Keck 2444239.51980 2444970.51982 Education
Peter R. Brunette 2444605.51981 2444970.51982 Education
Dorothy Treisner 2444605.51981 2444970.51982 Education
Anne Quinlan Coloma 2444970.51982 2446066.51985 Health
Lee Marshall Fagen 2446066.51985 2446431.51986 Health


[edit] Description of Quito

Quito is the capital of Ecuador as well as the capital of the Sierran province of Pichincha. It is the second largest city in Ecuador after Guayaquil.

[edit] History of Quito

[edit] Potential Community Projects

[edit] Presence of NGOs

[edit] Transportation

Buses leave from Quito to almost all parts of Ecuador.

[edit] Climate

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