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What Works! Brings Together Students From Across the Americas

This past 10th and 11th of September, Partners members, volunteers, board members, and staff gathered from all over the Americas in the beautiful state of Oregon for our What Works! conference hosted by our Oregon-Costa Rica chapter. The event was created to bring our chapter members from North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean together to share experiences and ideas, and to form new alliances with each other.

Partners Teacher Leads Beautification Effort in Panama

When I was selected to be one of the 18 English teachers for the inaugural Panama Teacher Match program through Partners of the Americas, I knew I was in for an adventure. I had requested to be sent to a rural area, but everything about my placement was a mystery. This was the summer adventure I was craving! The unknown was the beauty of the experience! I never expected to fall so in love with the community.

Feed the Future-supported Farmer-to-Farmer Trainings Pave the Way for Guatemalan Mushroom Production Lab

At Asociación Visión Maya, expectations for the Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) trainings could not have been higher. Based in Sololá, Guatemala, Visión Maya is an association of almost 200 oyster mushroom producers - over half of whom are women. The group’s members are dedicated to the production and marketing of fresh oyster mushrooms.

Partners & One World Play Project: A Life-Changing Partnership

When the children of the community of Tiracancha, resting high in the Andes Mountains in Cusco, Peru, received 50 indestructible One World Futbols, they rejoiced at the fact that they will never have to scavenge for another soccer ball again. Games at the school were often cut short when makeshift soccer balls fell flat, and a pump to re-inflate them was a foreign concept.

Sport for Community Participants Reunite to Run Girls' Soccer Camp

Camilla Orlando continues to be an active Emerging Leader of Partners of the Americas’ Sport for Community program (S4C). This summer, the Brazilian returned to the United States to work with Olympic gold medalist and member of the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup championship team Tiffany Roberts.

Joven Lucha por la Sustentabilidad de Yucatán

Actualmente trabajo en los proyectos de mi agrupación que son pláticas en escuelas sobre temas ambientales, colocación de botes de basura en zonas públicas, operativos de limpieza y reciclaje de desechos (basura), limpieza de playa, taller “caja ecológica” versión yo por el medio ambiente de la caja mágica del proyecto Ventana a la Diversidad, como metodología de diagnóstico participativo.

Former Youth Ambassador Chosen to Represent Colombia Abroad

My name is Danilo Angulo Molina. I am 17 years old and from Plato Magdalena, Colombia. Last October I had the opportunity to be a Youth Ambassador in the U.S. for one month, traveling to both Washington D.C. and Arkansas, and to also serve as a representative for one week at a conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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