ASEA Advancing Life Foundation powers potential in Ecuador with education center to help villagers rise above poverty

Our founder and some employees in Ecuador for our Advancing Life Foundation

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 8, 2022/ PRNewswire/ – ASEA, a global leader in
redox technology recently commemorated the impact of its Advancing Life
Foundation with a ceremony at the Inta-Kara Advancing Life Center in Ecuador.
Established in 2015 with the purpose to provide opportunities for ASEA associates
and employees to break cycles of poverty, abuse, and suffering in the world, the
Foundation has impacted the lives of more than 3 million people across 22 countries
worldwide since its founding.

In the middle of the cloud forest known as “the region of the forgotten,” much of
the population in Apuela, Ecuador, lives at the poverty line and depend solely on
agriculture with little opportunity for education or work. The ASEA Advancing Life
Foundation looked to strengthen economic opportunities in the region for those
who live there and paired funding with thousands of on-site volunteer hours over
nearly five years to establish and open the Inta-Kara Advancing Life Center in the fall

In honor of the five-year anniversary of the campus groundbreaking, ASEA Founder
and Chairman Tyler Norton, CEO Chuck Funke, and Vice President of Global Events
& Recognition and Chair of the Advancing Life Foundation KimMarie Larsen visited
the school and surrounding community for an official ribbon-cutting ceremony for
the Center. Despite pandemic precautions setting in almost immediately following
the Center’s opening, its first two years of operation have produced 156 graduates
through five accredited vocational courses, including culinary courses that began
the end of 2020 when the construction of kitchen facilities was completed. Many of
the first students have already put their certifications to work to start local

“We are proud to power the potential of the Inta-Kara Advancing Life Center
students to enrich their own lives and the lives of others in their community,” said
Funke. “During this trip to commemorate the Center’s groundbreaking, we visited
graduates’ homes and businesses and we have seen their lives transformed by

Graduate Fabiola Quilumbaqui opened a restaurant to employ local women in need
of work. Today, the restaurant hosts and caters to large events, bringing in revenue to
the surrounding villages and providing for employees’ families. Fabiola Cuascota
enrolled after losing her job and also completed her culinary education. She then
started a restaurant out of her home. This home business provides the income she
needs to provide for her children. A mother and daughter whose cleaning business
suffered during the pandemic graduated together and opened a catering company.
They now make meals for more than 350 children every day in local schools and

“This is growing beyond what we thought was possible and we know this is just the
beginning,” said Funke.

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