Ecuador At Your Service - Live, Retire, and Work in Cuenca
About This Show
Ecuador At Your Service is a weekly, one-hour radio show dedicated to “Everything Ecuador”.
Each week Michel and Ashley present some of the country’s top experts that provide practical, advice-driven information on everything from real estate, getting a Visa, relocating with a container or a pet, or planning an adventure vacation; to medical tourism, food, music, and cultural information.
The program also features interviews with a wide variety of expats … both new arrivals and veteran “Gringos”, who reveal valuable insights into everyday life and how to live, work, retire or invest in Ecuador.
Nowhere on earth can you find more diversity in such a small area than in Ecuador. In a single day you can experience the Amazon Basin, glacial Andean volcanoes, tropical cloud forests, and a sunset on the Pacific Ocean beaches.
And, nowhere on the radio, can you find more information about this extraordinary country.
So tune in … every Monday from 11am to 12pm … and get an armchair, “South of the Equator” tour with Michel and Ashley, or check out their website Ecuador At Your Service (ecuadoratyourservice.com) and discover what you might just be missing … Ecuador.
Most Recent Episode
Get to Know Ecuador Cares
Oct 20 15
On this week’s “Ecuador At Your Service” radio show on the Overseas Radio Network, Ashley & Michel interview Diane Lenz, Founder and President of Ecuador Cares. Diane talks about starting her non-profit organization and how – thanks to an army of volunteers and generous donations – her organization helped to save a Yunguilla orphanage from closing its doors last year. She also tells us about the organization’s new focus –Hogar Miguel Leon – a refuge in the center of downtown Cuenca that houses 31 orphans and 65 elders. Diane recounts programs being implemented by Ecuadorian and North American volunteers who are part of Ecuador Cares, that include support for young people who want to finish their education, a job placement program, a sex education program, and a halfway house for those turning 18 who will have to leave the center. The show focuses on the importance of volunteerism, working with local community leaders, about breaking the cycle of poverty, and how loving companionship for elders makes all the difference in these people’s lives. Additionally, Diane talks about the upcoming Noche de Gala – a fundraiser taking place at Hotel Oro Verde on November 10. To find out more about volunteering or donating to Ecuador Cares, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org