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EDUCATION ASSISTANCE

Equator has a tropical climate, with a diverse landscape of hills and valleys and a picturesque shoreline dotted by sandy beaches and fishing villages. Some 1,000 kilometres from the coast are the Galápagos Islands, renowned for their unique wildlife.

Beyond all of these natural wonders, however, is a great need for educational support. Guided by the principle that learning means growth, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Mary in Tumbaco, Equator, focus primarily on teaching. The sisters also visit families to organize support and evangelization activities.

Institutions and services

  • Nursery and primary schools
  • Parish and vocation ministry
  • Catechesis
  • Assistance for the elderly
  • Summer camp

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National statistics

  • Capital:
  • Quito
  • GDP per capita ($):
  • 10 600
  • Population:
  • 15 654 411
  • Public spending on education (%PIB):
  • 4,4
  • Density:
  • 54,4 hab./km2
  • Rate of postsecondary education (%):
  • 17,6
  • Number of physicians (per 1000 pop.):
  • 1,2
  • Health expenditure per capita:
  • 361

The statistics vary between the years 2010 and 2015. Source: www.statistiques-mondiales.com

Coordonnées

Hna Rita Farley

Casa Madre Odile

Pasaje Vasquez Ordoñez S4-64

Barrio La Dolorosa

Tumbaco Quito, Ecuador

Tél. : (593) 2 2370863

ritafarley44@gmail.com

Colegio Marie Clarac

Tél. : (593) 2 2376554

colegiomarieclaracq@gmail.com

www.marieclarac.edu.ec

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