These issues are real challenges for Ecuadorian society and its authorities to build a country that guarantees greater prosperity to all Ecuadorians. These problems have an explanation in the history of the country because it lacks an organization that conveys a sense of national development because it does not have the capacity to distribute its wealth in terms of greater equality for all its inhabitants. Much of the wealth created by agriculture, mining, fishing and industry has benefited foreign countries. During the oil boom, the State took over the exploitation of the mine and the country made rapid progress, but not at the social level.
It has advanced in road construction, the development of cities has been expanded, and utilities have been increased at the level of transport, electric power, drinking water, educational facilities and hospitals, ports and airports. Ecuador's population was concentrated in medium and large cities.