Women -- International cooperation
Found in 301 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs of young women's Christian association classes in Africa. Many photographs have brief descriptions on the back but none are labeled by country.
Photographs of young women's Christian association members and activities in Australia including youth projects and a Palm Sunday presentation at a beach camp.
Photographs of classes, crafts and special projects of the young women's Christian associations in Barbados. Photographs of craft programs include sewing, flower arranging and batik. Additional photographs include a color photograph of a Caribbean youth conference, photographs of a candy mint packaging program and a photograph from a home health care program.
Photographs of young women's Christian association programs, classes and events in Bolivia. Photographs feature youth and adult programming including literacy classes, recreation, health center volunteers and events.
Photographs of youth and adult classes at young women's Christian associations in Brazil. Photographs include images of sooking, sewing and nutrition classes in addition to a recreation leadership course.
Photographs of young women's Christian associations conferences, seminars and workshops in Brazil. Conferences bring together YWCA members from Brazil and international guests to discuss the role of the YWCA in Brazil, community development, literacy in Brazil and the role of the YWCA in Latin America. Photographs also include images of the forty-fifth anniversary celebration of the YWCA of Rio de Janeiro.
Photographs young women's Christian associations residences, community work and classes in addition to photographs of scenes and landmarks in Brazil. Photographs of YWCA residences show women enjoying their everyday life at the YWCA including socializing, meals and preparing for the day. Additional photographs include community projects, group photographs, nursery care and YWCA classes.
Photographs of young women's Christian association programs, members and activities in Burma. The YWCA in Burma offers an education program that includes basic eduation with religious classes. Also included are programs for youth, teenagers and young women such as job skills training, community outreach, social events and recreation. Several photographs feature Mrs. Ba Maung Chain, a vice president of the World YWCA and chair of the Mutual Service Committee.
Photograph of Peace Corps volunteers assisting with adjustments to a corn mill. The volunteers in the picture are part of a collaborative project between the Cameroon government, the United Natioans Technical Assistance Programs and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Correspondence and reports concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. cooperation with the YWCA of Canada. The National Board of the YWCA of the U.S.A. and the National Council of the YWCA of Canada collaborate and cooperate through sharing resources and training, cooperating with international arrangements and planning joint conventions and conferences.
Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. cooperation with the YWCA of Canada. The National Board of the YWCA of the U.S.A. and the National Council of the YWCA of Canada collaborate and cooperate through sharing resources and training, cooperating with international arrangements and planning joint conventions and conferences. Included are issues of the YWCA of Canada publication "YWCA Notes" and coverage of the Fourteenth National Convention in Canada.
Documents concerning the YWCA of Canada. Materials include suggested constitutions and bylaws, convention reports and the pamphlet, "The Story of the Y.W.C.A. in Canada." Correspondence includes letters between members of the YWCA of the U.S.A. and the YWCA of Canada on areas of collaboration and cooperation. Also included is "A Scientific Plan of Community Building," an article by Philip Bellows on community building and social and economic problems.
Photographs of the interiors and exteriors of young women's Christian association buildings in Chile. Some photographs depict buildings and facilities in use.
Photographs of YWCA Camp Olmué in Valparaiso, Chile. The young women's Christian association in Chile uses the camp to host day camp programs, overnights and a special experimental camp for handicapped children. Photographs show campers swimming, hiking, making crafts, socializing and participating in other outdoor recreation.
Photographs of programs for children in young women's Christian associations in Chile. These programs include preschools, kindergartens and day care in addition to family services and recreation opportunities for local children.
Photographs of young women's Christian association mothers' clubs in Chile. These clubs provide skills training, social activities and community projects for mothers of young children.
Photographs of young women's Christian association program activities in Chile. Photographs feature program activities such as sewing classes, mother's clubs, music classes, social events, celebrations, cooking classes and a fundraising campaign.
Photographs of staff and volunteers participating in and leading activities for young women's Christian associations in Chile. Many staff and volunteers are identified on the backs of the photographs.
Photographs of young women's Christian association programs and clubs for teenaged girls in Chile. Y-Teen programs, or clubs for teenage members, include cooking and craft classes, social activities and community engagement.
Annual, interim and statistical reports concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. work in China. Reports and pamphlets summarize work in China with women through YWCA organizations in many cities, towns, and regions. As the country is disrupted by cultural, political, social and economic changes the YWCA work in China meets new challenges. American secretaries train Chinese women to be leaders, organize programming and associations and advise existing associations.
Correspondence with and about general secretaries serving on the National Committee of the YWCA of China. American and Chinese secretaries write to arrange travel plans and visits, give updates on programs and associations, discuss social, economic, and political problems faced in China and request support of funds and people. The correspondence concerning Grace Coppock and Ting Shu-Ching include memorials and condolences following their untimely deaths due to illness.