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Generating Buzz: F2F Volunteer Brings her Passion for Beekeeping to the Dominican Republic

USAID649_DR_Shaw, Cathy_Trip Report Pg. 1_2019.06 (1).pngBeekeeping is Cathy Shaw’s passion. She has found that most beekeepers feel the same way she does, and this was no exception in the Dominican Republic. Shaw helped beekeepers raise healthy and strong beehives as a Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) volunteer in June 2019. 

Partners Honduras Provides the Tools for Success Through Education

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In 2017, the Partners Honduras Chapter launched a new education initiative to help prepare secondary school students to graduate in the country. These graduates often need more resources than are provided to develop the communication and technical skills necessary to succeed in today’s global workforce. For this reason, the Honduras Chapter’s work is crucial to help more students complete their education. 

2019 Year in Review

DEC NL_13.jpgPartners has accomplished a lot in 2019, thanks to all of our supporters and members! We have compiled our top 2019 highlights from each of the four units: the Education and Global Citizenship Unit, the Economic Development and Health Unit, the Child Protection Unit, and the Membership Unit. We are excited for all of the life-changing partnerships to come in 2020.

Alcanzar mis sueños con A Ganar/Achieving my Dreams with A Ganar

IMG-1020 (1).jpegEn 2010, Antonio de Jesús Reyes Meza (Toño) vivió en una de las zonas más pobres y peligrosas de Ciudad Juárez, México. Luego encontró A Ganar, el programa de Partners of the Americas que ayuda a los jóvenes de las comunidades más complejas de América Latina y el Caribe a encontrar empleo, emprender un negocio o regresar a la escuela a través del poder del deporte./ In 2010, Antonio de Jesús Reyes Meza (Toño) lived in one of the poorest and most dangerous zones in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Then he found A Ganar, Partners’ program that helps youth in some of the toughest communities in Latin America and the Caribbean find employment or return to school through the power of sport.

Colorado Chapter Best Practices

SCREEN SHOT 2019-11-21 AT 5.09.26 PM (1).jpegOne of the Colorado Chapter’s best practices is participating in the Greeley Multicultural Festival every year to engage more in our community and recruiting new members every year by attending the Greeley Multicultural Festival in Greeley, Colorado. Located in Greeley, Colorado, we presented at the Festival, which “celebrates diverse cultures embedded in the fabric of our community.”

Open Doors 2019 Report Recap

Image 11-22-19 at 10.54 AM_0.jpgIn celebration of International Education Week, the Institute of International Education (IIE) released its annual Open Doors Report on November 18, 2019. The report found that the number of international students in the United States is at an all-time high. Additionally, Latin America and the Caribbean region demonstrated promising growth as a destination for U.S. students studying abroad. 

Empowering Girls Through Paraguay Okakuaa on International Day of the Girl

idgmain_2_0.jpgIn honor of the International Day of the Girl, we are celebrating Partners of the Americas’ (Partners) U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL)-funded Paraguay Okakuaa project that combats child labor and forced labor in Paraguay by empowering vulnerable families through educational and economic opportunities, with a special focus on women and girls. 

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