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Daniel Macias brought to the US to get a prosthesis for his missing left arm; El Nino hit causing a severe medical problem for the country; operated first medical mission to Ecuador.


First stage for new hospital construction began; 2nd medical team specialists from US came to educate new nurses.


Hospital nearing completion; September brought a 3rd medical mission team from US; first baby delivered by two US
nurses; over 5000 Christmas gifts delivered


Fundación Yo Te Amo, CO board formed; shortly after 9/11 a small 4th medical team still went.


International Rotary provided grant for water system in Floron, Portoviejo; Project C.U.R.E. humanitarian shipment held up for 6 months; 5th medical team came in September


Regulations dictated that hospital could only be a clinic; clinic opened in March;
first garage sale at CCPC; 6th medical team sent in September.


Made visit to Esnerio’s home as FYTA had arranged hip replacement for him in 2003; first USAID Denton humanitarian shipment arrived; child sponsorship program began in March; 7th medical team sent.


Anna Engkjer sent as first administrator for the new clinic; 8th medical team along with a construction team sent; FYTA promo video produces; storage building burned down losing all supplies.


Amy Heavers joined staff as new administrator; VOSH eye team came in January treating over 2500 patients; second USAID Denton humanitarian shipment arrived; initial pure water production plant installed; 9th medical team came in September.

About Us

Fundación “Yo Te Amo”, Colorado

6070 S. Nome St.
Englewood, CO 80111

Phone: 303-721-6977


Our Commitment to Ecuador

Proverbs 31:8-9 (NIV) “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy."

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