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Ambato
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Contents

Description of Ambato

Ambato is the provincial capital of Tungurahua Province.

History of Ambato

Potential Community Projects

Presence of NGOs

Transportation

Climate

Volunteers Who Have Served in Ambato

Started service in Ended service in Served in sector Primary assignment was
Karen Allison 2439126.51966 2439491.51967 Business
Ralph Archung 2438395.51964 2439126.51966
Victor L Berthelsdorf 2440587.51970 2440952.51971 Health
Diane Claerbout 2437665.51962 2438395.51964 Health
Howard Rhea Cole 2441317.51972 2442778.51976 Education
Forrest D Corson 2445335.51983 2446431.51986 Agriculture
Hubert J. Dufner 2439491.51967 2441683.51973
Jeffrey D. Dunlap 2444605.51981 2445700.51984
Bernard J. Fisken 2438395.51964 2439126.51966
William D. Guzman 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Business
Kent Lupberger 2442413.51975 2443509.51978 Education
Monica Lyons Torres 2441683.51973 2442413.51975
John Preissing 2444605.51981 2445700.51984 Agriculture
Thomas E. Roberts 2439126.51966 2439856.51968
Fran Ruddick 2438395.51964
1999
2439126.51966
2001
Education
Don Simon 2442048.51974 2442778.51976 Business Small Business Development


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