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The provinces are divided into cantons and further subdivided into parishes parroquias. In July the officials warned the judges that they would be sanctioned and possibly dismissed if they allowed the citizens to appeal to the protection of their constitutional rights against the state. However, that same year, , Peruvian forces participating in the Trujillo revolution occupied both Jaen and Tumbes. As a result, Inca expansion into the Amazon basin and the Pacific coast of Ecuador was hampered. Archived from the original on June 22,

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Men all over the world want to marry women from Russia and Ukraine. So what makes them so irresistible? Beauties from Russia and Ukraine date men who treat them with respect and understanding. Ecuador's population is ethnically diverse and the estimates put Ecuador's population at 16,, Even though Ecuador's white population during its colonial era were mainly descendants from Spain, today Ecuador's white population is a result of a mixture of European immigrants, predominantly from Spain with people from Italy, France, Germany, and Switzerland who have settled in the early 20th century.

Ecuador also has people of middle eastern extraction that have also joined the ranks of the white minority. These include economically well off immigrants of Lebanese and Palestinian descent, who are either Christian or Muslim Islam in Ecuador.

In addition, there is a small European Jewish Ecuadorian Jews population, which is based mainly in Quito and to a lesser extent in Guayaquil. The mostly rural Montubio population of the coastal provinces of Ecuador, who might be classified as Pardo account for 7. In the Highland Andes where a predominantly Mestizo, white and Amerindian population exist, the African presence is almost non-existent except for a small community in the province of Imbabura called Chota Valley.

Among the people that have a religion, In the rural parts of Ecuador, Amerindian beliefs and Catholicism are sometimes syncretized. Most festivals and annual parades are based on religious celebrations, many incorporating a mixture of rites and icons.

The first Jews arrived in Ecuador in the 16th and 17th centuries. Nevertheless, this number is declining because young people leave the country for the United States or Israel. The Community has a Jewish Center with a synagogue , a country club, and a cemetery.

It supports the "Albert Einstein School", where Jewish history, religion, and Hebrew classes are offered. There are very small communities in Cuenca. This community works independently from the "Jewish Community of Ecuador" and is composed of only 30 people. The Ecuadorian constitution recognizes the "pluri-nationality" of those who want to exercise their affiliation with their native ethnic groups.

Thus, in addition to criollos , mestizos , and Afro-Ecuadorians, some people belong to the Amerindian nations scattered in a few places in the coast, Quechua Andean villages, and the Amazonian jungle. According to a genealogical DNA testing , the average Ecuadorian is estimated to be The majority of Ecuadorians live in the central provinces, the Andes mountains, or along the Pacific coast. Birth rate is for each death. Marriages are usually from 14 and above using parental consent.

Divorce rates are moderate. Population cities [28]. Status According to the Census [85]. A small east Asian Latino community, estimated at 2,, mainly consists of those of Japanese and Chinese descent, whose ancestors arrived as miners, farmhands and fishermen in the late 19th century.

In the early years of World War II, Ecuador still admitted a certain number of immigrants, and in , when several South American countries refused to accept Jewish refugees from Germany aboard the ship Koenigstein , Ecuador granted them entry permits. In recent years, Ecuador has grown in popularity among North American expatriates. Also, Ecuador's favorable residency options make for an easy transition for those who decide to settle there indefinitely.

Another perk that draws many expats to Ecuador is its low cost of living. Since everything from gas to groceries costs far less than in North America, it's a popular choice for those who are looking to make the most of their retirement budget.

Even real estate in Ecuador is much less than its tropical counterparts. However, as more and more North Americans are discovering Ecuador's potential, property prices are beginning to rise from where they were a decade ago, particularly in the areas that are popular among expats and tourists.

Ecuador's mainstream culture is defined by its Hispanic mestizo majority, and, like their ancestry, it is traditionally of Spanish heritage, influenced in different degrees by Amerindian traditions and in some cases by African elements.

The first and most substantial wave of modern immigration to Ecuador consisted of Spanish colonists, following the arrival of Europeans in A lower number of other Europeans and North Americans migrated to the country in the late 19th and early twentieth centuries and, in smaller numbers, Poles, Lithuanians, English, Irish, and Croats during and after the Second World War.

Since African slavery was not the workforce of the Spanish colonies in the Andes Mountains, given the subjugation of the Amerindian people through proselytization and encomiendas , the minority population of African descent is mostly found in the coastal northern province of Esmeraldas.

This is largely owing to the 17th-century shipwreck of a slave-trading galleon off the northern coast of Ecuador. The few black African survivors swam to the shore and penetrated the then-thick jungle under the leadership of Anton, the chief of the group, where they remained as free men maintaining their original culture, not influenced by the typical elements found in other provinces of the coast or in the Andean region. A little later, runaway slaves from Colombia known as cimarrones joined them.

In the small Chota Valley of the province of Imbabura exists a small community of Africans among the province's predominantly mestizo population. These blacks are descendants of Africans, who were brought over from Colombia by Jesuits to work their colonial sugar plantations as slaves. As a general rule, small elements of zambos and mulattoes coexisted among the overwhelming mestizo population of coastal Ecuador throughout its history as gold miners in Loja, Zaruma, and Zamora and as shipbuilders and plantation workers around the city of Guayaquil.

Today you can find a small community of Africans in the Catamayo valley of the predominantly mestizo population of Loja. Ecuador's Amerindian communities are integrated into the mainstream culture to varying degrees, [88] but some may also practice their own native cultures, particularly the more remote Amerindian communities of the Amazon basin. Part of Ecuador's population can speak Amerindian languages, in some cases as a second language.

Two percent of the population speak only Amerindian languages. Most Ecuadorians speak Spanish, though many speak Amerindian language, such as Kichwa also spelt Quichua , which is one of the Quechuan languages and is spoken by approximately 2. Though most features of Ecuadorian Spanish are those universal to the Spanish-speaking world, there are several idiosyncrasies. The music of Ecuador has a long history.

Pasillo is a genre of indigenous Latin music. In Ecuador it is the "national genre of music". Through the years, many cultures have brought their influences together to create new types of music. There are also different kinds of traditional music like albazo, pasacalle, fox incaico, tonada, capishca, Bomba highly established in Afro-Ecuadorian societies , and so on. Tecnocumbia and Rockola are clear examples of the influence of foreign cultures. One of the most traditional forms of dancing in Ecuador is Sanjuanito.

It's originally from northern Ecuador Otavalo -Imbabura. Sanjuanito is a type of dance music played during festivities by the mestizo and Amerindian communities. This important date was established by the Spaniards on June 24, coincidentally the same date when Amerindian people celebrated their rituals of Inti Raymi.

Ecuadorian cuisine is diverse, varying with the altitude and associated agricultural conditions. Most regions in Ecuador follow the traditional three course meal of soup, a course that includes rice and a protein, and then dessert and coffee to finish.

Supper is usually lighter and sometimes consists only of coffee or herbal tea with bread. In the highland region, pork, chicken, beef, and cuy guinea pig are popular and are served with a variety of grains especially rice and corn or potatoes. In the coastal region, seafood is very popular, with fish, shrimp, and ceviche being key parts of the diet. Generally, ceviches are served with fried plantain chifles y patacones , popcorn, or tostado.

Plantain - and peanut-based dishes are the basis of most coastal meals. Encocados dishes that contain a coconut sauce are also very popular. Churrasco is a staple food of the coastal region, especially Guayaquil. Arroz con menestra y carne asada rice with beans and grilled beef is one of the traditional dishes of Guayaquil, as is fried plantain , which is often served with it. This region is a leading producer of bananas , Cocoa beans to make chocolate , shrimp, tilapia , mango , and passion fruit , among other products.

In the Amazon region, a dietary staple is the yuca , elsewhere called cassava. Many fruits are available in this region, including bananas , tree grapes , and peach palms. One of the earliest examples is Jacinto Collahuazo , [90] an Amerindian chief of a northern village in today's Ibarra, born in the late s.

Despite the early repression and discrimination of the native people by the Spanish, Collahuazo learned to read and write in Castilian , but his work was written in Quechua. The use of Quipu was banned by the Spanish, [91] and in order to preserve their work, many Inca poets had to resort to the use of the Latin alphabet to write in their native Quechua language.

The history behind the Inca drama "Ollantay", the oldest literary piece in existence for any Amerindian language in America, [92] shares some similarities with the work of Collahuazo. Collahuazo was imprisoned and all of his work burned.

The existence of his literary work came to light many centuries later, when a crew of masons was restoring the walls of a colonial church in Quito and found a hidden manuscript. The salvaged fragment is a Spanish translation from Quechua of the "Elegy to the Dead of Atahualpa", [90] a poem written by Collahuazo, which describes the sadness and impotence of the Inca people of having lost their king Atahualpa.

De Velasco wrote about the nations and chiefdoms that had existed in the Kingdom of Quito today Ecuador before the arrival of the Spanish. His historical accounts are nationalistic, featuring a romantic perspective of precolonial history. Martinez with A la Costa';, Dolores Veintimilla; [93] and others. In spite of Ecuador's considerable mystique, it is rarely featured as a setting in contemporary western literature.

In it, George d'Hout, a website designer from the United States is lured under false pretenses to Guayaquil.

A corrupt American archaeologist is behind the plot, believing d'Hout holds the keys to locating a treasure hidden by a buccaneer ancestor. The story is based on a real pirate by the name of George d'Hout who terrorized Guayaquil in the 16th Century. The Amerindian people of Tigua, Ecuador, are also world-renowned [ citation needed ] for their traditional paintings.

The most popular sport in Ecuador , as in most South American countries, is football. The matches of the Ecuadorian national team are the most-watched sporting events in the country. They were defeated by England in the second round. The current structure of the Ecuadorian public health care system dates back to The current minister, or Ecuadorian general surgeon, is Margarita Guevara. The philosophy of the Ministry of Public Health is the social support and service to the most vulnerable population, [] and its main plan of action lies around communitarian health and preventive medicine.

The public healthcare system allows patients to be treated without an appointment in public general hospitals by general practitioners and specialists in the outpatient clinic Consulta Externa at no cost. This is done in the four basic specialties of pediatric, gynecology, clinic medicine, and surgery. Although well-equipped general hospitals are found in the major cities or capitals of provinces, there are basic hospitals in the smaller towns and canton cities for family care consultation and treatments in pediatrics, gynecology, clinical medicine, and surgery.

Community health care centers Centros de Salud are found inside metropolitan areas of cities and in rural areas. These are day hospitals that provide treatment to patients whose hospitalization is under 24 hours. The treatment in this case respects the culture of the community. The public healthcare system should not be confused with the Ecuadorian Social Security healthcare service, which is dedicated to individuals with formal employment and who are affiliated obligatorily through their employers.

Citizens with no formal employment may still contribute to the social security system voluntarily and have access to the medical services rendered by the social security system.

Ecuador currently ranks 20, in most efficient health care countries , compared to back in the year There are malaria cases per , people. Private hospitals and clinics are well equipped but still expensive for the majority of the population. The Ecuadorian Constitution requires that all children attend school until they achieve a "basic level of education", which is estimated at nine school years.

Provision of public schools falls far below the levels needed, and class sizes are often very large, and families of limited means often find it necessary to pay for education. Ecuador has 61 universities, many of which still confer terminal degrees according to the traditional Spanish education system, [] honoring a long tradition of having some of the oldest universities in the Americas: Among the traditional conferred terminal degrees can be noted the doctorate for medicine and law schools or engineering, physics, chemistry, or mathematics for polytechnic or technology institutes.

These terminal degrees, as in the case of the PhD in other countries, were the main requirement for an individual to be accepted in academia as a professor or researcher.

In the professional realm, a terminal degree granted by an accredited institution automatically provides a professional license to the individual. However, in , the National Council of Higher Education CONESUP , started the reorganization of all the degree-granting schemes of the accredited universities in order to pair them with foreign counterparts. The new structure of some careers caused the dropping of subjects, credits, or even the name of the previously conferred diplomas.

The terminal degree in law, previously known as JD Juris Doctor Doctor en Jurisprudencia was replaced by the one of abogado attorney with the exception of the modification of the number of credits to equate it to an undergraduate degree. Therefore, an MD or PhD in medicine is only to be obtained overseas until the universities adjust themselves to granting schemes and curriculum as in foreign counterparts.

This new reorganization, although very ambitious, lacked the proper path to the homologation of diplomas for highly educated professionals graduated in the country or even for the ones graduated in foreign institutions. One of the points of conflict was the imposition of obtaining foreign degrees to current academicians. For Ecuadorian researchers and many academicians trained in the country, these regulations sounded illogical, disappointing, and unlawful since it appeared a question of a title name conflict rather than specialization or science advancement.

A debate to modify this and other reforms, especially the one which granted control of the Higher Education System by the government, was practically passed with consensus by the multi-partisan National Assembly on August 4, , but vetoed by President Rafael Correa , who wanted to keep the law strictly as it was originally redacted by his political party and SENPLADES National Secretary of Planning and Development.

About institutes of higher education offer two to three years of post-secondary vocational or technical training. Ecuador is currently placed in 96th position of innovation in technology.

The major areas of scientific research in Ecuador have been in the medical fields, tropical and infectious diseases treatments, agricultural engineering, pharmaceutical research, and bioengineering. Being a small country and a consumer of foreign technology, Ecuador has favored research supported by entrepreneurship in information technology. The scientific production in hard sciences has been limited due to lack of funding but focused around physics, statistics, and partial differential equations in mathematics.

The Center for Research and Technology Development in Ecuador is an autonomous center for research and technology development funded by Senecyt. EPN is known for research and education in the applied science , astronomy , atmospheric physics , engineering and physical sciences. EPN adopted the polytechnic university model that stresses laboratory instruction in applied science and engineering. The Quito Astronomical Observatory, which gives the global community of a Virtual Telescope System that is connected via the Internet and allows the world to watch by streaming, is managed by EPN.

Contemporary Ecuadorian scientists who have been recognized by international institutions are Eugenia del Pino born , the first Ecuadorian to be elected to the United States National Academy of Science , and Arturo Villavicencio , who was part of the working group of the IPCC, which shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore for their dissemination of the effects of climate change. Currently, the politics of research and investigation are managed by the National Secretary of Higher Education, Science, and Technology Senescyt.

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