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Member of the womenâ€™s self-defense group called Valkirias is par of an act of protest against Gender based violence in the park â€œEl Arbolitoâ€ on the night of November 25, 2017, international day for the elimination of violence against women. Quito, Ecuador.
Carlos Obando (34) and Hugo Jácome (34), founders of TALOV, developed two applications based on augmented reality and artificial intelligence to improve accessibility for people with visual and hearing disabilities. SpeakLiz and Vision are the apps that are already available for iOS and Android. AndrÃ©s YÃ©pez. May 6, 2021. Ibarra-Ecuador.
Experts from the Quito fire department review the remains of the area burned in a fire that occurred the morning of August 7, 2014, northeast of the capital, via the Tababela International Airport. Quito, Ecuador.
Demonstrators of the indigenous uprising in the afternoon of October 13, 2019, retreat in the middle of the rain before the launching of several tear gas bombs by the national police on the grounds of the Ecuadorean Culture House. Quito, Ecuador.
Acoustic Engineer Hugo Jácome (34) and Mechatronics Engineer Carlos Obando (34) are the founders of TALOV, a startup company based in Ibarra, Ecuador, dedicated to generating technology for the accessibility of people with disabilities. AndrÃ©s YÃ©pez. May 6th, 2021. Ibarra-Ecuador.
Arrival of 2 of 53 detained students from MejÃa high school to the Provisional Detention Center, the morning of September 24, 2014, in the former GarcÃa Moreno prison, where they will be while the investigation is opened due to the demonstrations where some demonstrated. Quito, Ecuador.
Gabriela Rivadeneira, president of the National Assembly of Ecuador, along with other legislators, waves an Ecuadorian flag outside the Assembly in an act in support of the pro-government party on the afternoon of December 3, 2015. Quito, Ecuador.
Alicia Cawiya (Weya) is the vicepresident of Waorani nationality of Ecuador (NAWE in spanish) and spokeswoman of the impeachments of her people against effects of oil pollution. 2017
A demonstrator faces a police squad blocking Sebastian de Benalcazar Street, blocking the pass of the protest in its way to the presidential palace, to claim against the measures imposed by the government, in downtown Quito on the afternoon of September 17, 2014. Quito, Ecuador.
Demonstrators run along 10 de Agosto Avenue on the afternoon of October 4, 2019, in response to the arrival of anti-riot squads of the national police. The social outburst of those weeks showed the new control mechanisms of the police force. Quito, Ecuador.
Coverage of the earthquake that occurred on April 16, 2016, which seriously affected the provinces of ManabÃ and Esmeraldas, destroying homes and businesses of many families on the Ecuadorian coast. ManabÃ, Ecuador.
Andrés Yépez || Documentary photographer and Anthropologist based in Ecuador
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