In the spring of 2005, Radio Haylli ("Grito de Lucha") began transmitting across the communities of Salasaca, Ecuador in the indigenous language of Kichua.

Members of RaPo worked with Fundacion Taewari, a community-based organization to set-up the region's first low-power radio station in their native dialect. The community of Salasaca has been organized and continues to fight against erosion of its language and culture by the encroachment of Spanish language and imperialist culture.

Radio Haylli is a space for local music, debate, storytelling and announcement of community events. The indigenous people of Salasaca worked for many years to build the station to give voice to their struggle, their stories and their identity.