Latin American and Caribbean Alliance of YMCAs (LACA)
Alianza Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Asociaciones Cristianas de Jóvenes (ALCACJ)
1914-06-06 Montevideo Uruguay
Founded 6 Jun 1914, Montevideo (Uruguay), as South American Federation of YMCAs. Regional organization of B-XB3453 - World Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations (YMCA). Name changed to Latin American Confederation of YMCAs -- Confédération latinoaméricaine des associations unions chrétiennes de jeunes gens -- Confederação Latinoamericana das de Associaçôes Cristãos de Moços, 6 Jun 1917, when registered in accordance with Uruguayan law. Became Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of YMCAs -- Confederación Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Asociaciones Cristianas de Jóvenes (CLACJ) -- Confederação Latinoamericana e do Caribe de Associaçôes Cristãos de Moços, 1990, when registered in accordance with Argentine law. Present name adopted 2003.
Strengthen the leadership, programmes and self-reliance of National Movements in Latin America and the Caribbean to advance youth and community development.
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Assembly (every 4 years), Executive Committee of 10 volunteer members (meets annually). Executive Office in Mexico City (Mexico). Sub-regional Offices, each coordinated by an ad hoc executive: Central America; South Cone; Andes; Caribbean; Mesoamerica. Thematic Networks.
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