"I think this is interculturality. Interculturality is not just in written words. It’s learning how to really share between different cultures. We understand each other. We communicate, and I think that is a great achievement for human beings, to know that even though we are from different countries, we are one."

--Fabian, Muenala, Ecuador


"Tandana is to unite together, be together, struggle together. This is what you have done and what you are doing.  Tandana is not a sleeping word or a dead word.  It is a living word."

-- Matias, tree nursery manager, Panecillo, Ecuador