Resourceful

Rebuilt wheelchair shows the resourcefulness of Ecuadorians

Rebuilt wheelchair shows the resourcefulness of Ecuadorians

One of the things I like about Ecuador is the resourcefulness, of the people.  This may come from having so little, so everything is reused when it can be.

A kitchen in the house of a visually impaired women. Her house was relatively undamaged in the Earthquake.

A kitchen in the house of a visually impaired women. Her house was relatively undamaged in the Earthquake.

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A kitchen in the house of a visually impaired women. Her house was relatively undamaged in the Earthquake

Food storage in a house in Ecuador

Food storage in a house in Ecuador

When you don’t have much, you use what you have.

A doll on a bed in a house in Ecuador.

A doll on a bed in a house in Ecuador.

I think is one of the things that makes me so sad when I see the houses of some of the visually impaired that the Fundation is trying to help. They had so little to begin with, and then to lose that to the earthquake.

A bed and other debris on the side of the road after the april 16 earthquake in Ecuador

A bed and other debris on the side of the road after the april 16 earthquake in Ecuador

In my photographing for the PROYECTO RESURGIR / RESURGENCE PROJECT( a project to help rebuild the houses, the lives, of some visually impaired people ( and their families)). I notice a lot of broken Induction cooktops. These were sold with subsidies from the government, to cut down on the use of gas. I don’t know how easy it will be to fix these.

A new Induction cooker damaged by the earthquake. The government had a program to help people to buy these to save gas, but many of them are now broken.

A new Induction cooker damaged by the earthquake. The government had a program to help people to buy these to save gas, but many of them are now broken.

I am still looking for help for these people, please like and share so I can get the attention of the people who can help.



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