People who live in the United States, and other developed countries, have infrastructure that many developing countries do not have.  Our infrastructure gives us unique access to resources and information.  Partnerships between people or organizations in the developing world and those in the developed world are valuable. 

Our access to a vast amount of information and resources allows us to be problem solvers. However, if we don’t understand the need from the receiver’s point of view, we risk providing a solution that doesn’t actually meet their need.

Galo is the director of ITEC Ecuador.  ITEC Ecuador does business as missions to fund the ministry of ITEC in Ecuador. Galo leads a team that is fully comprised of Ecuadorians, striving to have an impact for the sake of the Gospel.  


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  • Jim says:

    I am a missionary engineer. I am so encouraged by the mission and mindset of ITEC. I would love to know how the water situation in Ecuador was resolved with the knowledge and experience of those who lived there. I guess we could call this “the rest of the story.” Thank you so much for these critical insights. God bless.