Ecuador is an energy superpower. It is also the second country in Latin America with the fastest growing broadband penetration. It also has 8,000 computer labs in public schools and 833 internet centers in rural parishes. This, at least, according to what vice president and quasi-presidential candidate, Jorge Glas said on May 24 during the Report to the Nation.
But if Ecuador has achieved to be positioned as an energy power, it is paradoxical that on issues such as child nutrition it is located in unenviable positions. So unenviable that in South America, only Bolivia has more poor figures on child nutrition.