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Posted on October 18th, 2019

PM PROjEN – Camp Ecuador Sponsorship

PM PROjEN were delighted to have been asked to sponsor Faye Warrington who over the summer took part in an expedition to Ecuador.

Faye, along with other volunteers worked with CAMPS International to help change lives through taking on vital project work such as Improvements projects which help in restoring facilities within local communities.

Whilst in Ecuador, Faye visited a number of Camps including; Camp Chili Urku, Camp Chili Urku, Camp Don Biki, Camp Kuri Kucho and Camp Costa.

During Faye’s time at each of the Camps, she worked on numerous important projects, just some of which are listed below;

• The development of a cultural centre
• The construction of an organic agricultural farm
• The creation of a playground for local children
• The construction of cuy (guinea pig) houses
• The construction of a communal oven
• The harvesting of crops
• The construction of a vital new access road.

Since 2011, CAMPS International have been working on supporting rural communities within Ecuador, helping people within these communities to implement real solutions to the everyday challengers they are facing.

When Faye returned from Ecuador, she got in touch with PM PROjEN and commented;

‘Thank you for your support to help fund my volunteering expedition to Ecuador with Camps International.

The reason I chose to undertake this trip was to further my awareness of the world around me, and to have a positive impact on those less fortunate in Ecuador.

During my time there, I worked with other volunteers to build educational facilities for the children deprived of education in Ecuador.
On top of this, Camps International enabled me to be a part of a restoration project working to re-forest the deforested Amazon rainforest.

This is something that is vitally important to the planet.’

PM PROjEN were thrilled to be able to support Faye with her expedition and are incredibly proud of all Faye’s fantastic achievements whilst in Ecuador.

Well Done Faye!

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