Planet Aid has supported Humana Pueblo a Pueblo—Ecuador (HPP-Ecuador) in its mission to carry out sustainable educational, social assistance, preservation, and conservation development projects. Ecuador hosts multiple Child Aid projects and is home to the first Farmers' Club in the Americas.
Shortly after HPP-Ecuador was incorporated, the first Child Aid program launched in El Triunfo, Guayas, and only a year later, a second Child Aid program began in the neighboring canton of Milagro. Child Aid in Ecuador is focused on improving food security by establishing gardens, teaching people to grow their own food, and helping farmers generate income by selling their produce and animal products.
Ecuador's first Farmers' Club was established in the Chimborazo province in 2013. Farmers visit each other's plots to present their crops, discuss results, and expound upon the challenges of cultivation. They are also trained in organic compost production, food preservation and storage, animal husbandry, and other agricultural techniques.