CITIZEN JOURNALISM – CUENCA A CITY WITH MANY SOULS

CUENCA, ON-LINE ISSUE 03 Writed by Dr. Jaime Astudillo Romero Photos Courtesy of Dr. Jaime Astudillo Romero. Lucho Barrera and Yenis Bejas Gonzalo Zaldumbide, an Ecuadorian writer and diplomat from the early 20th century, described Cuenca’s energy and feeling by saying it is “a city full of soul.” We feel its soul in the trail
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CITIZEN JOURNALISM ARE YOU PREPARED?

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – ARE YOU PREPARED?

ON-LINE ISSUE By Miriam Drake Photos by Miriam Drake It is challenging anywhere in the world to care for a husband whose health has deteriorated to the point that he cannot speak, one side of his body is completely paralyzed, and he has no sensations in his core. In Cuenca, Ecuador it is beyond challenging.
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CITIZEN JOURNALISM - KEEP CUENCA BEAUTIFUL

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – KEEP CUENCA BEAUTIFUL

CUNCA, ON-LINE ISSUE 02 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY By: Sarah Cañez Photos: Courtesy of Keep Cuenca Beautiful Cuenca is a beautiful city—a UNESCO World Heritage site—full of historical buildings and lovely green areas. However, unsightly graffiti and tagging mar buildings in Cuenca’s El Centro. To discuss this issue, Susan Burke March, a local expat, formed a Facebook
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Diary of an Earthquake First Responder

CITIZEN JOURNALISM – Diary of an Earthquake First Responder

ISSUE 10 PAGE 13 by Lorrie Beno April 22, 2016 DAY 1-2: We made it to the coast last night after dark. It was a 12-hour trip. The last 100 km had many landslides but there was earthmoving equipment near, keeping the dirt and rocks out of the way. It was slow going. St. Vincent
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