The Arajuno Road Project (ARP) / Proyecto Ruta del Arajuno supports healthy communities and a healthy natural environment in the Ecuadorian Amazon. ARP began its work in 2007 and was officially created in 2008 with the goal of improving the opportunities available to the children living along the road located between the small city of Puyo and the rural community of Arajuno – a culturally and ecologically diverse and unique region.
The TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) initiative is the foundation of the Arajuno Road Project and continues to evolve. Our newly developed literacy-based curriculum for the whole child is tailored for the diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds of our students. Read on for further information on our two program initiatives and learn how you can get involved.Learn More »
The need for the Community Development and Conservation Program has emerged organically out of our work with the schools. Read on for further information on our 3 program initiatives and learn how you can get involved.Learn More »
We accept volunteers year round and offer a variety of leadership, internship and volunteer positions. Read on for further information about our opportunities and availability and apply today!Learn More »
After 8 years of operation, ARP is set to move its small office and volunteer house to form a much needed community center!