8 results for month: 01/2022
Texas Partners of the Americas (TPOA) in partnership with the U.S. State Department is excited to announce a new initiative, “Transcending Cultures: A Digital Youth Exchange Program.” This digital youth exchange program is a virtual experience designed to connect middle and high school students from the U.S. with peer students from Viña Vieja, Peru. TPOA is hosting this exchange to build intercultural ties between marginalized communities.
Viña Vieja is located in the township of El Carmen in the state of Chincha which has a strong Afro-LatinX heritage. In this program we’re seeking to amplify and unite Black voices from ...
Texas Partners is hosting a variety of community workshops thanks to the support of Partners of the Americas and a grant from the U.S. Department of State. In Decembers participants participated in a workshop on how to develop a business plan.
Mujeres hacia el empoderamiento, Equidad para todos-Community campaign to promote best practice in the care of the environment, mental health and the prevention of COVID 19, carried out on Sunday, December 5, by young people in Viña Vieja in the province of Chincha, under the auspices of the Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the US Embassy, and with the support of Partners of the Americas, Texas Peru Chapter.
Mujeres hacia el empoderamiento, Equidad para todos-Viña Vieja, the youth participating in this program completed a much inventory of books in the school library. Great job, being leaders!
Texas Partners held a Bicycles for Peru Champaign during the holiday season to raise $1,500 to by mountain bikes for the youth in Viña Vieja. The campaign was successful. Enough funds were raised to buy 17 bikes and the kids were very grateful. Special thanks to Alisha Elmore, Carol Fimmen, Catherine Healy, Nina Trevino, and Star Engineering Group, Inc for making this fundraiser successful.
Youth in Viña Vieja receive their new bikes!
The third and last phase of the "Bomberos de las Americas" training is wrapped up in the city of La Paz,Bolivia. In total150 trainees across the three cities: Santa Cruz, Cochabamba, and La Paz participated in three workshops:
ForestFires and Hazardous Material, Managing COVID in Emergencies and Safety of Fire Personnel in Traffic Accidents.
Special thanks to Mexican instructors: Julio Martínez, Javier Saucedo, Alfonso Ruiz, and Carlos Padilla for theircontribution to this specialized training. We are grateful for the support of the Bolivian Chapters in Santa Cruz, Cochabamba, and La Paz for all their help in organizing the local accommo...
Once again, congratulations to all of the Partners of the Americas' Chapters, the participating volunteer Bolivian firefighters, and institutions who made "Firefighters of the Americas" project a reality. The second phase of the training is wrapping up in the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Thanks to Mexican instructors Julio Martínez, JavierSaucedo, Alfonso Ruiz, and Carlos Padilla for this specialized training. The volunteer trainees will participate in threeworkshops:
Forest Firesand Hazardous Material, Managing COVID in Emergencies and Safetyof Fire Personnel in Traffic Accidents.&nb...
Congratulations to all of the Partners of the Americas' Chapters, the participating volunteer Bolivian fire fighters, and institutions who made "Firefighters of the Americas" project a reality. A laborious project carried out to great success that will provide a better future for Bolivian communities.
This week marks the beginning of the collaborative program in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. The first phase of the workshop begins with Forest Fires and Hazardous Materials. The instructors for this specialized training are Julio Martínez, Javier Saucedo, Alfonso Ruiz, and Carlos Padilla from Mexico. The next workshops will continue ...