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==Description of Cuenca==
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Latest revision as of 18:54, 1 April 2009


Ecuador Regions
Azuay, Bolívar, Bolívar, Carchi, Cañar, Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, El Oro, Esmeraldas, Galápagos, Guayas, Imbabura, Los Ríos, Los Ríos, Manabí, Manabí, Morona Santiago, Napo, Pastaza, Pichincha, Santa Elena, Sucumbios, Tungurahua, Zamora Chinchipe
Ecuador PC Sites
Agua Fría, Aloag, Ambato, Azogues, Babahoyo, Bahía de Caráquez, Ballenita, Baños, Biblian, Bucay, Cahuasquí, Chiguinda, Cotacachi, Cuenca, Diana Belle Dreyer, El Triunfo, Gualleturo, Guayaquil, Ibarra, La Entrada, La Libertad (Santa Elena Province), Lago Agrio, Loja, Machachi, Manglaralto, Manta, Milagro, Montecristi, Naranjal, Olón, Otavalo, Palmar, Quito, Riobamba, Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, Sucua
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Cuenca, Ecuador
Region Azuay
Volunteered in Azuay
Brian Bennett, Ralph Blessing, James Hoffman, Denice Jones Turnipseed Kopf, Stan Laser, Charles Llewellyn, James P. McLaughlin, Jerry A. Payne, Gary F. Richardson, D. Phil Turnipseed, David Wilsey, Noble R. Wiltshire Jr., Laurel Zaks
Other sites in Azuay
Cuenca
Volunteers who served at Cuenca
Brian Bennett, Ralph Blessing, James Hoffman, Denice Jones Turnipseed Kopf, Stan Laser, Charles Llewellyn, James P. McLaughlin, Jerry A. Payne, Gary F. Richardson, D. Phil Turnipseed, Noble R. Wiltshire Jr.
Projects at Cuenca
Cuenca follows the same naming convention as an article in Wikipedia. go there! What's this?
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See Appropriate technology information on Cuenca at:Cuenca at Appropedia.
Cuenca, Ecuador
If you served in Ecuador, please create a page on yourself. Thanks!

Map Sites in Ecuador

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Contents

Volunteers Who Have Served in Cuenca

Started service in Ended service in Served in sector Primary assignment was
Stan Laser 2437665.51962 2438761.51965
Noble R. Wiltshire Jr. 2438030.51963 2438761.51965
Gary F. Richardson 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Agriculture
James Hoffman 2439126.51966 2439126.51966
1968
Jerry A. Payne 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Business
James P. McLaughlin 2439856.51968 2440222.51969
Charles Llewellyn 2441683.51973 2442413.51975 Health
Ralph Blessing 2442048.51974
1969
2443509.51978
1970
Health
D. Phil Turnipseed 2443144.51977 2443874.51979 Environment
Denice Jones Turnipseed Kopf 2443144.51977 2443874.51979 Agriculture
Brian Bennett 2444605.51981 2445335.51983 Education


[edit] Description of Cuenca

Cuenca is the provincial capital of the sierran province of Azuay in Ecuador. It is sometimes referred to as "La Ciudad Más Culta de Ecuador" (the most cultured city of Ecuador). The fiestas de Cuenca coincide with Halloween (which is not celebrated in Ecuador) and el Día de los Difuntos (Day of the Deceased, commonly known in other Latino countries as Day of the Dead).

[edit] History of Cuenca

[edit] Potential Community Projects

[edit] Presence of NGOs

[edit] Transportation

[edit] Climate

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