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Tennessee-Dominican Republic Soccer Exchange Builds Upon a Legacy of Partners Youth Programs

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When a Santo Domingo soccer team visited Lebanon, Tennessee, they built on a 50-year legacy of youth programs with the Tennessee Partners and Chapters and organizations in Venezuela, Amazonas, Brazil, and most recently, the Dominican Republic.​

Celebrating 50 Years of the Maine-Rio Grande do Norte Chapter

Screen Shot 2018-07-31 at 4.46.37 PM.jpgMaine Partners celebrated 50 years of partnership with its chapter in Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil on July 19. Partners of the Americas President and CEO John McPhail, President of Rio Grande do Norte Chapter Marilia Sa, President of Maine Chapter Al Howlett, First President of Maine Partners Alan Rubin, and other distinguished guests came together in Yarmouth, Maine to discuss the future directions for Partners of the Americas. 

PartnersCampus EAFIT Chapter Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Leading the way by example and commitment is PartnersCampus EAFIT, who celebrated their fifth anniversary with Partners The event featured a variety of activities centered on the pillars of the PartnersCampus student chapters: community leadership, civic engagement and volunteerism and professional development. Over 100 youth participated in dynamic leadership activities with a social, cultural and international focus.

Celebrating Independence Day and 50 Years of the Paraguay-Kansas Bilateral Relationship

US Embassy officials in Paraguay, Partners of the Americas staff, members of Comité Paraguay Kansas, Paraguay Kansas chapter and other distinguished guests came together on June 28 at the US Embassy in Asunción to commemorate the 242nd anniversary of the independence of the United States and the 50th anniversary of the Paraguay-Kansas bilateral relationship.

Colorado State University-Pueblo Students Learn About Ecotourism in Baja California Sur

From camping overnight on Espiritu Santo Island in the Sea of Cortez to kayaking, surfing, and snorkeling with sea lions at Los Cerritos Beach, the students of Colorado State University-Pueblo (CSU Pueblo) certainly managed to fit in their fair share of adventures during their spring 2018 semester. This opportunity was made possible by a grant from the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund.

Must Include Volcanoes: Introducing, Yogi Super Foods

With his silver-streaked beard and fashion scarf, seated in Sukhasana (a yoga meditation pose), Marco Barbi may seem like an unlikely candidate to help kickstart the Guatemalan economy. For starters he is Italian, married to a French astrologist and is himself the author of several personal growth books. He arrived to Guatemala via Mexico over a decade ago, and choose to make the outskirts of Antigua his home.

 
 

Advancing the Business Development and Sales of Fabretto Youth Centers in Nicaragua

As part of this F2F assignment, Mr. Ndi visited and led trainings at several of Fabretto’ youth centers in Managua as well as in northern town of San Jose de Cusmapa. At these centers, he delivered a series of youth-focused workshops meant to train Fabretto staff, tutors, and students on various aspects of merchandising and e-marking for small agricultural enterprises.​​

 
 

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