In the outskirts of Pangua, Ecuador, MiKiDo Foundation has been able to distribute a much-needed care package and handmade masks to low income residents in the outskirts of Pangua, Ecuador. Majority of these residents are elders who do not have the luxury nor access to basic needs such as adequate clothing, mask, hygienical products, or medicine. The donations through our Pangua program includes food supplies such as rice, beans, flour, oil, oatmeal and hygiene supplies. During these trying times every little bit helps especially to those vulnerable.
The MiKiDo Foundation hopes to continue supporting these areas that receive minimal aid and hope that our supporters and friends will help us. In many low income rural areas a $15 dollar donation can do the following: