Sponsor a Child: Believe in Possibilities

Children of promise, with a new life free of starvation, disease, and fear.
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Humanitarian Expeditions: Experience the joy of service and the richness of a new culture

Drawing upon the strengths of diverse cultures to create opportunities of self-reliance.
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Self-Reliant Training and Enterprise Zones: Making Long Term Change for Good

Training emphasizing personal, community and business strategies.
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You will find stories about activities done by our interns and kids in each project

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‘Eagle Condor Humanitarian seeks to bridge cultures by empowering children and families by providing opportunities for self-reliance. We are a 501(c)3 Salt Lake City, Utah based non profit humanitarian organization that works on sustainable development projects in Latin America focused on education, health, nutrition, infrastructure, and small business development. Currently we have operations in Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia. We believe that together we can make lasting change for good. Contact us at www.eagle-condor.org or 801 263 2000. (Music for the video is provided by Stephen J. Anderson https://itunes.apple.com/us…)

Self Reliant Program

Teaching and emphasizing reliance on one’s own powers and resources rather than those of others

Children’s Blog

Spend a few moments with our fantastic volunteers.  Experience the trials and joy of service through their eyes.

Noemi en El Bichito

Noemi en El Bichito

After weeks of trying to establish a solid study time after lunch, children now know that we expect them to read some books and also that we help them with their homework. Now they come to me and say, “Enseñame mi tarea.”

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Did You Know

Did You Know

Self Reliant Associations train individuals to break the bonds of generational poverty? ECH is working with local governments and partnering NGO’s in numerous communities…

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