Educate Ecuadorian Children to Face Global Warming

by Arcandina Foundation


We provide resources, training and hands-on opportunities to create awareness and teach children about conservation in the Galapagos Islands and poor areas of Quito, the most polluted city in Ecuador.

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Since Arcandina Foundation developed a successful environmental educational program based on the enter educate and multimedia approach the project will combine video programs with children’s workbooks, training for school teachers, and entrepreneurial initiatives for conservation development for children, schools and the communities, reaching 20.000 children, 100 teachers and 50 schools in the Galapagos Islands and poor areas in Quito, the highest polluted city in Ecuador.


- Develop 20,000 work books for children - Develop 100 environmental multimedia educational schools’ kits - Develop 5 training for teachers - Produce 6 educational TV programs - Develop 2 conservational projects - Create a network with eco-chi

Long-Term Impact

Educational material models will be donated to the Minister of Education for massive reproduction to give to public schools. The Arcandina foundation will be expand their school’s network to continue with a long term educational process.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


Arcandina Foundation

Organization Information

Arcandina Foundation

Location: Quito, Pichincha - Ecuador
Website: http:/​/​
Pablo Palacios
Project Leader:
Pablo Palacios
Project Manager
Quito, Pichincha Ecuador

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