This category lists sites that introduce young people to the culture of Ecuador. It includes sites about the beliefs, values, lifestyles, and skills of various people groups.
Found out where the Ecuadorian Amazon is, how much rain a rainforest receives, who lives there, and how the native people earn a living.
Pictures of banknotes from Ecuador along with country specific information.
Provides overview, key facts and events, timelines and leader profiles along with current news.
Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Official site provides news, information and photos about the country and its culture, tourism, trade and foreign affairs along with consular services.
Join 5 year old Evan on his special journey to Galapagos, Andes and Amazon of Ecuador.
Fast facts and information for kids about the country's geography, government, history, economy, land and people.
Illustrated look at the geography, history, and culture of the region.
Facts and advice for traveling along with background material on the culture and history of the smallest country in the rugged Andean highlands.
Country, city and thematic maps from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas, along with links to maps on other web sites.
Country portal offers a map and links to Background Notes, Country Study, the US embassy and the current ambassador, press releases, fact sheets, annual Human Rights Reports and other major reports including Industry Market Reports.
1989 country profile provides information about its historical setting, society and environment, economy, government and politics, and national security.
Features an actual journey through the 21 major and many smaller islands of the archipelago. Includes a history, information about marine, coastal zone and island wildlife, and environmental issues.
UN health agency provides news, information and statistics on the country's public health issues and services, professional health workers, disease outbreaks, and government legislation and expenditures.
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