A school in the Añangu community in Yasuní seemed impossible 10 years ago. Kids were forced to go to other communities or to nearest cities like Coca to be able to study. Education became one of the main axes of the community, so little by little the infrastructure was implemented to accommodate all the education levels.
Education in tourism for High School students responds to the essence of the community, which for two decades has left the hunting and deforestation with the objective of maintaining the biodiversity of the territory on which it is based and offering tourist experiences of luxury. Two tourism projects were born from this initiative: the Napo Wildlife Center, focused on foreign tourists, and the Napo Cultural Center, with more affordable prices for national tourists. (I)