They were four. Then, they became ten, dozens, even hundreds of people with a single mission: to build a bridge of solidarity from Quito to the Ecuadorian coast.
“We are all against time. They are waiting for our help,” said Belen Campana, college student, while passing from hand to hand bags full of supplies. The human row was extending over the Amazonas Avenue, from the Cruz del Papa to the south. Throughout Sunday more supportive people arrived.
The presence of youth groups was extensive. It seemed they commanded the mission. With their humor, their vitality, with that invincible power to help their “brothers in danger,” said Belen