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Paraguay Okakuaa Project Announced at the U.S. Embassy in Paraguay

In an effort to support Paraguay’s government, private sector, and civil society’s commitment to to combat child labor and strengthen labor law enforcement, the United States government presented a new project called Paraguay Okakuaa at the U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay, Dr. Leslie A. Bassett’s residence. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. (Español a continuación)

Convention Reception to be Held at Historic Instituto Cultural Cabañas

Instituto Cultural Cabañas is a compound full of stories. The space has had many identities throughout the centuries including that of a hospital, orphanage, school, and military barrack. Now, it serves as an art museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known for its unique architecture and murals, and modern legends even claim that it is haunted.

Innovation Academy Supports Women of the Americas in STEM

The percentage of women studying toward a degree or working in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and architecture (STEM+A) remains lower than men in both the United States and Mexico. In the U.S., the percentage of women receiving bachelor’s degrees in each STEM field has decreased over the past decade, The Washington Post reported

Dominican Youth Travel to Tennessee for Second Annual Baseball Exchange

Since its incorporation in 1965, the Tennessee Partners chapter has worked to connect with youth in Latin America through sport and leadership programs. Most recently, they arranged for a baseball team of young men ages 12 and 13 from the Dominican Republic to travel to Lebanon, Tennessee for the town's Babe Ruth baseball tournament. 

U.S. Teacher to Bring International Education Experience to Panama

Nothing is as exciting as the opportunity to travel the world, visit new places, and experience new cultures.  For a teacher like me, travel is a great way to connect with professionals and students from different backgrounds, and with different teaching and learning methodologies. When I learned about Partners’ Panama Teacher Match program, I had to apply. 

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