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==Description of Ambato==
==Description of Ambato==
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Ambato is the provincial capital of Tungurahua Province.
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Ambato is the provincial capital of [[Tungurahua Province]].
==History of Ambato==
==History of Ambato==
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Ambato is a very busy city. Ambato has street markets. I believe each Monday Ambato has its largest street market. This is the time when you should buy all of your goods when you are able to carry everything you have purchased.
==Potential Community Projects==
==Potential Community Projects==
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Many communities outside Ambato need assistance with water. Clean water needs to be brought into communities and modern sewage systems need to be installed so waste water can leave many communities.
==Presence of NGOs==
==Presence of NGOs==
==Transportation==
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Buses are a major form of transportation in Ambato.
==Climate==
==Climate==
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The August climate can be very cool during the night. Remember to purchase blankets from the street vendors in Ambato so you will remain warm during the August nights.
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==Volunteers Who Have Served in Ambato==
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[[Category:Ecuador sites]]
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[[Category:Tungurahua Province]]
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[[Category:Tungurahua Province Sites]]
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Ambato, Ecuador
Region Tungurahua Province
Volunteered in Tungurahua Province
Other sites in Tungurahua Province
Ambato
Volunteers who served at Ambato
Karen Allison, Ralph Archung, Victor L Berthelsdorf, Diane Claerbout, Howard Rhea Cole, Forrest D Corson, Hubert J. Dufner, Jeffrey D. Dunlap, Bernard J. Fisken, William D. Guzman, Kent Lupberger, Monica Lyons Torres, John Preissing, Thomas E. Roberts, Fran Ruddick … further results
Projects at Ambato
Ambato follows the same naming convention as an article in Wikipedia. go there! What's this?
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Ambato, Ecuador
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Map Sites in Ecuador

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Volunteers Who Have Served in Ambato


[edit] Description of Ambato

Ambato is the provincial capital of Tungurahua Province.

[edit] History of Ambato

Ambato is a very busy city. Ambato has street markets. I believe each Monday Ambato has its largest street market. This is the time when you should buy all of your goods when you are able to carry everything you have purchased.

[edit] Potential Community Projects

Many communities outside Ambato need assistance with water. Clean water needs to be brought into communities and modern sewage systems need to be installed so waste water can leave many communities.

[edit] Presence of NGOs

[edit] Transportation

Buses are a major form of transportation in Ambato.

[edit] Climate

The August climate can be very cool during the night. Remember to purchase blankets from the street vendors in Ambato so you will remain warm during the August nights.

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