Summary of Salinas de Guaranda, una herencia de esperanza.

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The video discusses the community of Salinas de Guaranda in Ecuador and the importance of its traditional way of life. Father Antonio Salinas talks about the community's efforts to preserve its culture and how they have helped the town to develop economically. He urges young people to follow in his footsteps and build the kingdom of God. Janet, a woman from Salinas de Guaranda, tells her story of how she came to be a volunteer and how her experiences in the city have changed her life.

  • 00:00:00 In 2018, Salinas de Guaranda, a heritage of hope, generated 1 million 270 thousand dollars, 2017 saw a revenue of 1 million 200 thousand dollars. Sales also reached 8 million at the local level, benefiting 1500 families between producers of raw materials and workers providing labor for suppliers of industrial inputs. I'm not only talking about the dairy sector here- I'm talking about everything from textile dehydration to organizational skills. I woke up one day and decided to aim for BPM - for quality. And it happened - for tourists. Teachers, too, can see for themselves how Salinas de Guaranda does things by visiting us. We have six structures here: a corporation that manages the marketing aspect of the brand, a unit that manages the commercial units for national and international markets, an educational institution, an environmental organization, an organizational structure, and a health structure serving adults and seniors. All of this comes together to create a powerful social system that helps sustain family values. We're doing this - the people in their 50s and 60s - by strengthening what they've always done, looking forward and seeing the future.
  • 00:05:00 In the town of Salinas de Guaranda in Ecuador, 33 autonomous cooperatives support the local economy with their own administrations, legal systems, and daily lives. Tourism is a growing industry in the town, and is one of the main sources of income for the residents. One of the cooperatives' main goals is to help preserve the town's traditional way of life and culture. The town's residents are generally poor, but there are a few wealthy families. The town's main industry is salt production.
  • 00:10:00 The Salesian order established a presence in the Salinas de Guaranda region of Ecuador in the early 20th century. Through the efforts of priests and brothers, the region saw many problems resolved, including basic services of education and work. In a second phase of their work, the Salesians began to professionalize their program and focus on the development of the local economy. During this time, one of the brothers arrived in Dubai, where he learned about the concept of zero and began to implement it in the region. This process was carried on by his successors, who built roads, initiated agriculture, and created jobs for the locals. Today, the Salesians continue to provide essential services to the local community while simultaneously developing the region economically. They do this by sharing their knowledge and experience with the locals, not waiting for them to learn on their own.
  • 00:15:00 The video features a Father Antonio Salinas, who at 80 years old still regularly walks outside for exercise. He discusses his dream of building salt lakes in Guaranda, Venezuela, and how the community came together to make it a reality. Salinas talks about the importance of communal motivation in achieving success, and his next project, a museum of salt lakes. He says that being Christian means being both revolucionary and sacrificial, and urges young people to follow in his footsteps and build the kingdom of God. The Father also talks about the temptation to stay inside and guarded, forgetting that the kingdom of God is found inside the church.
  • 00:20:00 Janet, a woman from Salinas de Guaranda, Ecuador, tells her story of how she came to be a volunteer and how her experiences in the city have changed her life. Janet also speaks about the importance of volunteerism and the Salesian mission in her community.
  • 00:25:00 Salinas de Guaranda, a town in the Andes, is a legacy of hope. Father Antonio and other community members have shared their lessons and experiences with us, and it has been an important education for us. We started to learn about this way of life a long time ago, and it has been a great example for us. Father Antonio talks about the importance of solidarity and internal cooperation among the people of Salinas. He believes that it is not enough for Salinas to be successful on its own. They must also open their doors to others who are in need and remember that only what is given is truly theirs. Salinas is currently facing a challenge of multiplying what was received in the past in order to maintain the friendship and values shared among the community. These experiences and values should be passed on to the next generation so they can create a better future for all.

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