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Actividades: Proyectos Realizadas para Peru (Cecilia Bustamante,Carol Fox, Ma. Teresa Rutledge, Rose A. Sheen))
Texas - Cultural Planning, City of Austin: Cecilia Bustamante in panel.
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Actividades: Proyectos Realizadas para Peru (Cecilia Bustamante,Carol Fox, Ma. Teresa Rutledge, Rose A. Sheen))
Rose A. Sheen,Carol Fox, Maria Teresa Rutledge

List of Projects 1982 to 2003

SISTER CITIES AUSTIN-LIMA (S.C.A..L.) Archives: Austin History Center

MUNICIPALITY * CITY OF AUSTIN

List of Projects carried out since its creation in 1982. Now the City of Austin has an International Office. Poet Cecilia Bustamante was recognized by Austin Mayor Gustavo García on January 16, 2002, with a Distinguished Services Awardfor her 20 years of voluntary work in organizing, planning, preparing projects between Austin and Lima. (Traduccion: Lista de proyectos llevados a cabo desde la creacion del programa en 1982. Ahora la Municipalidad de Austin tiene una Oficina Internacional. La poeta Bustamante recibio ditincion por Servicios Distinguidos por sus 20 anios de trabajo voluntario en la organizacion, planeamiento y prparacion de los proyectos entre Austin y Lima. lAlcalde de Austin Gustavo Garcia entrego distincion el 16 de enero de 2002, cuando se retiro la Sra. Bustamante y se descontinuo el programa).

Junta Directiva que hizo posible esta labor:

Bustamante, Cecilia, Chair of the Board.

Bustam824@aol.com

Dietz, Henry Prof.Experts Pool, Policy Advocacy

U.T. Government Dept.

Dietz@mail.utexas.edu

Schaedel, Richard Prof. (+) Experts Pool

U.T. at Austin

Doty, John D., M.D.Medical Mission, Director

jdoty@swrcc.com

Prof. Fox Carol. Cabeceras Project.Study Abroad

Cfox341@ehotmail.com

Fox, James W., M.D.Medical Mission.Emergency Issues

Galán. Héctor.FilmmakerExperts Pool, Policy Advocacy

gala@galaninc.com

Florence T. Farenthold, Attorney at Law Experts Pool

Emailsissy@aol.com

Hernández, Mack Ray,Attorney at LawHonorary Member, Legal counsel

mrhernandez@hernandezlaw.com

Johnston, Burrell D.Attorney at LawExperts Pool, Legal counsel

bdjohnston@austin.rr.com

Klemperer, Paul.Musician

Director, Cult.Arts/Artists' Bridge Exchange

Sheen, Rose A,. SecretaryCommunications, Festivals

Ora512@hotmail.com

Maria T. Rutledge

MariaTeresa@dars.state.texas.us

Treviño, Juan,Trade & Econ. Projects

Jtrevino@mail.utexas.edu

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2003 Cabeceras Project returned to Peru.

2002 - Red Cross Festival May, 11th

City Council Awards to some of our members for work done

Cabeceras Project went to Peru On may 22 for a year.

Peru Festival July 28th, Pease Park

International Literary Festival Sept 19-22, representatives of 13 countries attended. Univ Of Texas facilitated space.

Made it possible International Exchange Program with the Univ. of San Marcos, Lima and the Austin Community College. (Summer)

2001

Artists' Bridge. Paul Klemperer, to Lima Interviews with Musicians

*Experts Visit - to Arequipa and Lima. Board member Sissy T. Farenthold

*Central Texas Red Cross International Festival.Performance of the dance group "Raices del Perú"..

* II International Poetry Fall Festival (Sept. 21-23, 2001), in cooperation with the UT at Austin, St. Edwards Univ, Southwest University, the International Office ofSan Antonio City Council. Had to be cancelled due to the unfortunate event ofthe 11th of September.

Austin's Children's Museum, International Children's Day.A parade of children dressed in typical clothes, show of popular Peruvian toys, a hands-on drawing workshop depicting our Sister City.Distribution of fliers on ASCI.

·Peruvian Fete Celebrating National Day of PeruDougherty Cultural Arts CenterJuly 31st, 6-9 p.m. Celebrating National Day of Peru. Arts & CultureDirector, Musician Paul Klemperer

·Artists' Bridge: Austin/Lima/Austin exchanges .Visit of saxophonist Paul Klemperer to Lima - March 7-14-01 . Exploring participation of AustinJazz groupin Lima Jazz Festival 01-02

·Cooperation with Austin International Poetry Festival(AIPF) April 19-22-01. Included reading of Peruvian poetry.

·Pilot Project with Austin Children's Museum and "SemillitasdelArte"Lima, arts education program.Exhibit Jan. 15 to Feb. 15, 2002. Guest artist: Ricardo Diaz

·Medical Mission Projects- Field Training for Peruvian and AmericanMedical Missions' Volunteers. Current pilotprojectMay, 2001 with: Asociación Médica Peruana, HospitaldelEmpleado de Lima, Hospital del Niño. Trainee in Lima Hospotal Rebagliati. May. June 01. His findings and new contacts will help future Medical Missions. See his report.

  • Emergency Issues -Several tragedies hit Perú on 2001:

  • June 01 an 8th grade Earthquake hitimportant costal south cities of Arequipa and Moquegua. SCAL coordinated with the Central Texas Red Cross and the Boston Archdiocesis.A personal visit of the Bishop and $ 2 million donation were the results.
  • Lima Mesa Redonda Fire, December 29th. - 300 persons perished, 30% were children. SCAL was in the Internet - connecting organizations and facilitating the right official contacts in Lima for the delivery of medications. By Dec. 30th and31st our doctors had gotten medicines delivered directly bylaboratories in Calif. to the Peruvian Ministry of Health. Board members Dr. James Fox and Ms. Sissy Farenthold helped getting contacts with the medical community not only in Texas, and the donation of medicines for burnt viticms were delivered to the Ministry of Health, Mr. Canales office, in hours. There were floods too but we didn't have the resources this time that our country had had its own tragedy of the llth of September.

  • Trade and Commerce Mission - In cooperation with the Texas Department of Commerce, Latin American Office. Recently, at the suggestion of the Peru Embassy in Washington, Amb Alan Wasgner,we have invited the Peruvian Consulate in Houston, to participate.The Texas finding delegation will be in Lima this coming May 2002.

·Aid and Anthropological Project "Cabeceras" for Southeast native tribes. Phase V With PROMUDEH Ministry of Women (Setai ). Field work and Lecture Series
May 17 -August18, 2001. University of Tecas,Field workers: UT, Lev Michael and Chris Beier .

Central TX Red Cross, International FestivalPerú Tent participants: Dancers "Raíces del Perú", "Casa Peru" Prof. Carol Hayman's© Photos.Peruvian Crafts "Mud Jewels & More".

·Christmas International Festivalat the Capitol Rotonda,cooperating with Filipinas Association .

1999-2000

  • Experts Pool-
  • Visit to Lima:SCAL Honorary Board Member Frances T. Farenthold, Attorney at Law, member of the State Bar of Texas, of the Board of the Institute for Policy Studies of Washington, D.C., a distinguished U.S. woman leader in the fields of Administration, Management, Strategic Analysis and Problem Resolution, Program Planning & Implementation, past President of Wells College. Has been involved in public issues ranging from constitutional law to international development policy discrimination based on race or sex. Met with Peruvian political leaders and legislators from August 1‑12th, 1999in Lima.

Arts & Culture-

  • Austin/Lima poets in bilingual readings.
  • With Austin Hispanic Writers (AHW), Austin Community College, Arts & Humanities Dept.Dec. 10th. 1999. Rio Grande Campus Auditorium of ACC.

  • MEDICAL MISSION - Headed by Board Member, John D. Doty,M.D . On cooperation with WESTLAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.Completed.In-kind donation 1999à $25,000. Completed.

  • Children's Museum of Lima (Museo de los Niños y las Niñas). First Childrens' Museum ofLima is being created.This long term project of thePeruvian government needs experts and financial help.Museo de la Nación/Instituto Nacional de Cultura, Instituto Peruano de Educación en DD.HH. y la Paz; are the involved institutions in Lima. Ms. Bustamante will interview in Lima with these institutions.

  • International Festival - AUSTIN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM-Perú Program was present once more in the "International Children's Day" (October 16th).

  • Sister Schools ‑ Ties establised betweenWest Ridge Middle High School, and Ignacio Recalde School of San Borja, Lima. The Austin School for the Deaf and the Ventanilla EFASA School for the Deaf (459‑9137) William and Clara Baraybar, contacts. Thanks to Dr. Doty.

  • Special Issues ‑ (The elderly/disabled) Chair. Ms. Rina Biggs. None.

  • Trade and Commerce‑ Honorary Member John T. Treviño, Chair.

  • Environmental management initiatives ‑ Created at the request of Mr. Juan Valera Lema, appointed as Director of this Committee.

Medical student volunteer Eric Foster, internship at Hospital Rebagliati, Lima

1997 - In cooperation with the Austin Fire Departemnt, Texas Partners if the Americas and the Municipality of Chilca, Peru.March 30. Checking contamination of therapeutic water springs in Chilca. Smbulance sent as donation.

1998

  • Medical Mission -Headed by Dr. John D. Doty. June 22 to July 3. A team of doctors, nurses and dieticians. Delivered medicines, operated on patients and delivered items for personal use.Visited ten barriadas and the Leprosory. In kind donation: $150.000. Visited slums of Huascar, Cantogrande, Zarate, Villa El Salvaor and the Leprosory/

Peru National Day celebration at Mexico Tipico Restaurant.

Bread for the Poor Mission

1997

  • Mission : Bread for the Poor - In cooperation with Mrs. Roma Lee. Visit to some barriadas, distribution of medicines and items for personal use.

  • Hon.Mayor of Austin Bruce Todd commissions Mrs. Bustamante to deliverKey to the City of Austin to Mayor of Lima Alberto Andrade. Delivered,March 20.

1994

  • IV International Symposium on Environment & Tourism, Facilitated Peruvian SCAL trainee in fields of Ecology,Public Relations and Interpretation. Municipality of Miraflores.
  • Facilitator of academic contacts in Lima for Texas Chapter of AIESEC (International Association of Students of Sciences, Economics and Commerce. Brussels-Austin Chapter.

1993

  • Organized free Workshop on Sustainable Development at the Austin History Center. Keynote speaker: Exec. Director of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) Washington, D.C. In cooperation with Peru Peace Network Texas Chapter, Texas Center for Policy Studies, PODER community organization, and the Austin Conventions and Vistors Bureau.
  • "Prospects for Democracy and Peace in Peru" Invited by the Washington Office on Latin American Affairs, Washington University, and Peru Peace Network U.S.A.
  • Native American Festival and Pow-wow. Cooperated with Austin Independent School District (AISD) and the Austin Amerian Statesman. Dancers Grupo Folkórico "Mi Perú."
  • Donation of bilingual educational books to St. Matthew's Community School.

1992

  • "Earth Summit" United Nations Conference, Rio de Janeiro. Facilitated attendance of trainee of sustainable development SCAL project in Lima, AFAC. In cooperation with Women Asociation of Community Development, N.Y., and the Foundation for a Compassionate Society, Austin.
  • SCAL Chair invited by the Europeaan Community to Chair the Human Rights Table in the Berlin Conference on Sustainable Development. 53 countries attended.Commissioned by Hon. Mayor Bruce Todd to deliver Key to the City of Austin and Message to the Hon. Mayor of Berlin.
  • II International Media Pool, Austin. Guest: Peruvian journalist Dora Velasco. In cooperation with the Foundation for a Compassionate Society.
  • "Mi Peru" Dance Group (30 dancers) . Inauguration of the Austin Convention Center.
  • Facilitated Exhibit "The Peruvians", in cooperation with the Texas Humanities Resource center and Southwesteern University, Georgetown.

1991-93

  • Sponsored NGO "Women at Work", Magdalena del Mar, Lima. In cooperation with Sister Cities International, Alexandria, Va., and the Dougherty Foundation, Texas.

1991-92

  • Cholera Epidemic in Peru - Coordinated the emergency aid between City of Austin Water and Wastewater Department; University of Texas, Engineering Department; World Health Organization; Pan-American Health Organization; International Red Cross; U.S. Embassy /Lima; U.S. Agency for International Development; Water and Sanitation, Arlington, Va.; U.S.House of Represenatives, 20th District, Rep. Henry B. Gonzalez.
  • "Legal Aid for Women in the Emergency Areas," Lima's NGO Women's Research Center Flora Tristán. SCAL Incooperation with: Ministry of Justice Peru, Catholic Archdiocesis of Lima. Funded by the Dougherthy Foundation, Texas; and Sister Cities International, Alexandria, Va.
  • Leadership Trainig for Grassroots Women's Organizations.In cooperation with Center for Prevention of Social Problems "Caminar", Lima., Ministry of Justice and the Catolic Archdiocesis of Lima.Funded by the Dougherty Foundation, Texas, and Sister Cities International, Va.

·Women Asociation for Community Development (AFAC), Lima.

Grassroots agricultural and artisans projects.In cooperation with

Third World Women's Project; Institute for Policy Studies, Washington,D.C.. Funded by the Dougherty Foundation, Texas.

  • Official Visitor Peru Congressman Daniel Vera Ballón. Coordinated with: City of Austin, University of Texas, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Texas Partners of the Americas, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas Governor's Press Office.
  • Musical Festival in Celebration of Perú National Day. Hosted by"Esther's Follies" Performance of five Austin musical groups.
  • Austin Peace Festival, Waterloo Park. Distribution of Information and presentation of Peruvian musicians.
  • Educational exchange of three Peruvian students: Katia palacios, Manuel Bravo and Luis Martinez. In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Emsemble, Ornano ACADEMY OF Music, Lima; Zachary Scott Theater, Austin.
  • Gala Concert at Caskwell House. In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Centre.

1990-93

  • Sponsord hunger relief program "Pan y Peces" Director, Victoria Sivirichi, in Magdalena del Mar Lima. In cooperation with Sister Cities International, Alexandria, Va., and the Dougherty Foundation, Texas.
  • Medical aid and hospitality for burnt victim Beatriz Amaro. Reconstructive facil surgery. In cooperationw ith Austin Smiles and Seton Sisters of Charity, Austin.
  • Perú: A Protographic Exhibit of Thomas Muller and Enrique Larrea. In cooperationw ith the Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas.
  • Presentation of Peruvian exchange students "Intimate Concerts" 4th season, 2nd program, At Bauer House. In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Center.
  • An Evening of Chamber Music in cooperation with Zachary Scott Theater. Special performance Peruvian violinist Javier Chaparro.In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Center.
  • XI European Poetry Festival, Luvain, Belgium. Commissioned by Austin Mayor Lee Cook to deliver Key to the City of Austin to the Mayor of Luvain. Opened business contacts with beer industry for Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce.

1990

  • Official Visit of Lima Council Member Luis Morante Alvarado. City of Austin Parks & Recreation Department, Arts Commission and Texas Governor Press Office.1989
  • Visiting Lecturer Virginia Ralston. Participated in the 32nd Summer Institute on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drugs. In cooperationwith the University of Texas at Austinn and the Ministry of Justice of Perú.
  • Visit of Peruvian Senator Luis Bustamante Belaúnde.Coordinated visits with Chambers of Commerce, Mayor of Austin, and recognition at the Texas Congress by Senator Gonzalo Barrientos.
  • Visit of Mayor of La Molina, Lima, Rafael Lopez Mobilia. Interviews with City officials. Donation of wall hanging for the Cildren's Hospital of Brackenridge. At the moment of the 5th floor of Brackenridge Hospital.
  • Educational exchange. Prof. Carol Fox at the University of Engineering in Lima. Co-sponsor: Austin Community College.

1994

  • IV International Symposium on Environment & Tourism, Facilitated Peruvian SCAL trainee in fields of Ecology,Public Relations and Interpretation. Municipality of Miraflores.
  • Facilitator of academic ontacts in Lima for Texas Chapter of AIESEC (International Association of Students of Sciences, Economics and Commerce. Brussels-Austin Chapter.

1993

  • Workshop on Sustainable Development at the Asustin History Center. Keynote speaker: Exec. Director of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) Washington, D.C. In cooperation with peru Peace Network Texas Chapter, Texas Center for Policy Studies, PODER community organization, and the Austin Conventions and Vistors Bureau.
  • "Prospects for Democracy and Peace in Peru" Invited by the Washington Office on latin American Affairs, Washington University, and Peru Peace Network U.S.A.
  • Native American Festival and Pow-wow. Cooperated with Austin Independent School District (AISD) and the Austin Amerian Statesman. Dancers Grupo Folkórico "Mi Perú."
  • Donation of bilingual educational books to St. Matthew's Community School.

1992

  • "Earth Summit" United Nations Conference, Rio de Janeiro. Facilitated attendance of trainee of sustainable development project in Lima, AFAC. In cooperation with Women Asociation of Community Development, N.Y., and the Foundation for a Compassionate Society, Austin.
  • SCAL Chair invited by the Europeaan Community to Chair the Human Rights Table in the Berlin Conference on Sustainable Development. 53 countries attended. Delivered Key to the City of Austin and Mayor's Message to the Mayor of Berlin on behalf of Austin Mayor Bruce Todd.
  • II International Media Pool, Austin. Guest: Peruvian journalist Dora Velasco. In cooperation with the Foundation for a Compassionate Society.
  • "Mi Peru" Dance Group (30 dancers) . Inauguration of the Austin Convention Center.
  • Facilitated Exhibit "The Peruvians", in cooperation with the Texas Humanities Resource center and Southwesteern University, Georgetown.

1991-93

  • Sponsored NGO "Women at Work", Magdalena el mar, Lima. In cooperation with Sister Cities Internationa, Alexandria, Va., and the Dougherty Foundation, Texas.

1991-92

  • Cholera Epidemic in Peru - Coordinated the emergency aid between City of Austin Water and Wastewater Department; University of Texas, Engineering Department; World Health Organization; Pan-American Health Organization; International Red Cross; U.S. Embassy /Lima; U.S. Agency for International Development; Water and Sanitation, Arlington, Va.; U.S.House of Represenatives, 20th District, Rep. Henry B. Gonzalez.
  • "Legal Aid for Women in the Emergency Areas," Lima's NGO Women's Research Center Flora Tristán. SCAL Incooperation with: Ministry of Justice Peru, Catholic Archdiocesis of Lima. Funded by the Dougherthy Foundation, Texas; and Sister Cities International, Alexandria, Va.
  • Leadership Trainig for Grassroots Women's Organizations.In cooperation with Center for Prevention of Sovial Problems "Caminar", Lima., Ministry of Justice and the Catolic Archdiocesis of Lima.Funded by the Dougherty Foundation, Texas, and Sister Cities International, Va.

·Women Asociation for Community Development (AFAC), Lima.

Grassroots agricultural and artisans projects.In cooperation with

Third World Women's Project; Institute for Policy Studies, Washington,D.C.. Funded by the Dougherty Foundation, Texas.

  • Official Visitor Peru Congressman Daniel Vera Ballón. Coordinated with: City of Austin, University of Texas, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Texas Partners of the Americas, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas Governor's Press Office.
  • Musical Festival in Celebration of Perú National Day. Hosted by"Esther's Follies" Performance of five Austin musical groups.
  • Austin Peace Festival, Waterloo Park. Distribution of Information and presentation of Peruvian musicians.
  • Educational exchange of three Peruvian students: Katia palacios, Manuel Bravo and Luis Martinez. In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Emsemble, Ornano ACADEMY OF Music, Lima; Zachary Scott Theater, Austin.
  • Gala Concert at Caskwell House. In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Centre.

1990-93

  • Sponsord hunger relief program "Pan y Peces" in Magdalena del MarLima. In cooperation with Sister Cities International, Alexandria, Va., and the Dougherty Foundation, Texas.
  • Medical aid and hospitality for burnt victor Beatriz Amaro. Reconstructive facil surgery. In cooperationw ith Austin Smiles and Seton Sisters of Charity, Austin.
  • Perú: A Protographic Exhibit of Thomas Muller and Enrique Larrea. In cooperationw ith the Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas.
  • Presentation of Peruvian exchange students "Intimate Concerts" 4th season, 2nd program, At Bauer House. In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Center.
  • An Evening of Chamber Music in cooperation with Zachary Scott Theater. Special performance Peruvian violinist Javier Chaparro.In cooperation with Austin Chamber Music Center.
  • XI European Poetry Festival, Luvain, Belgium. Commissioned by Austin Mayor Lee Cook to deliver Key to the City of Austin to the Mayor of Luvain. Opened business contacts with beer industry for Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce.

1990

  • Official Visit of Lima Council Member Luis Morante Alvarado. City of Austin Parks & Recreation Department, Arts Commission and Texas Governor Press Office.

1989

  • Visiting Lecturer Virginia Ralston. Particupated in the 32nd Summer Institute on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drugs. In cooperationwith the University of texas at Aystinn and the Ministry of Justice of Perú.
  • Visit of Peru Senator Luis Bustamante Belaúnde.Coordinated visits with Chambers of Commerce, Mayor of Austin, and recognition at the Texas Congress by Senator Gonzalo Barrientos.
  • Visit of Mayor of La Molina, Lima, Rafael Lopez Mobilia. Interviews with City officials. Donation of wall hanging for the Cildren's Hospital of Brackenridge. At the moment of the 5th floor of Brackenridge.
  • Educational exchange. Prof. Carol Fox at the University of Engineering in Lima. Co-sponsor: Austin Community College.

Falta de 2002, e incluir los realizados entre 1982 a 1989. En progreso.




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Rose A. Sheen,Carol Fox, Maria Teresa Rutledge.  "Actividades: Proyectos Realizadas para Peru (Cecilia Bustamante,Carol Fox, Ma. Teresa Rutledge, Rose A. Sheen)) ."  Extramares.  Ed.  Cecilia Bustamante.  Austin: Editorial Poetas Antiimperialistas de América.  10 de Septiembre de 2005.
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