Happy International Women´s Day.Today, Partners of the Americas celebrates International Women's Day. This year's theme is #BalanceforBetter, which calls for gender equity around the world, including in workplaces, governments, and the media.
I wish you all a wonderful 2019. This past year we were able to accomplish so much through your support.
Partners of the Americas is driven by our members and we always need to ensure that we recognize and celebrate those spectacular volunteers, donors and other supporters who have contributed to Partners’ success each year. We presented awards to esteemed individuals during the What Works 2018 Conference Gala Dinner at El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel on December 6.
Partners of the Americas kicked off its fourth annual What Works Conference on December 4. For four days, 115 change-agents gathered from 27 Chapters and eight countries to strengthen inter-institutional partnerships and power greater connectivity across the Partners network.
In celebration of International Education Week #IEW2018, Partners of the Americas attended the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) Open Doors 2018 Report briefing on November 13.
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.
On June 12th, a village in Paraguay celebrated the World Day Against Child Labor, to make sure children grow up to be happy and healthy.
Today is World Day Against Child Labor. Learn about how our three projects - Colombia Avanza, EducaFuturo and Paraguay Okakuaa, are working towards eliminating child labor in all its forms.
A look back at the past year of accomplishments from our Farmer-to-Farmer program which connects volunteers from the U.S. with farmers, cooperatives, and other institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean.
When people from different backgrounds connect, it presents an opportunity to be immersed in a new culture, learn a new language and exchange ideas. These relationships often lead to enduring partnerships based on mutual understanding, respect and shared interest.