What People Say about Their Experience

"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