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Ministerio de Desarrollo Urbano y Vivienda

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Ecuador's Miduvi is an government agency in charge of creating regulations, standards and policies for drinking water, sanitation, solid waste, housing, and land use -- the latter viewed as a development axis -- through efficient, transparent and ethical management in order to contribute to improving Ecuador's quality of life.
Corporate name Ministerio de Desarrollo Urbano y Vivienda
Tradename Miduvi
Address Av. 10 de Agosto y Luis Cordero, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador
Phone 593-2-2550881
Fax 593-2-2566785
Email jacajas@miduvi.gob.ec
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Key Contacts - ???Updated???: 01/11/2014

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Deputy Minister, Miduvi Locked content
Minister, Miduvi
 
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