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Georgia Council for International Visitors records

Descriptive Summary

Repository: James G. Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center
Creator: Georgia Council for International Visitors.
Title: Georgia Council for International Visitors records
Dates: 1966-2004
Quantity: 15.2 linear ft. 38 document cases
Quantity: Extent: 15.2 linear feet (38 document cases)
Identification: ahc.MSS1004

Biographical/Historical Note

The National Council for International Visitors founded the Atlanta Council for International Visitors (ACIV) in 1962. In 1973, the organization merged with the Atlanta International Student Bureau. The organization was renamed Georgia Council for International Visitors (GCIV) in 1986. The GCIV arranges professional programs, cultural orientations, and home hospitality for international leaders and professionals who travel to Georgia as part of the United States Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). Launched in 1940, the IVLP seeks to build mutual understanding between the United States and other nations through carefully designed professional visits for current and emerging foreign leaders. International visitors include representatives from government, politics, the media, education, non-governmental organizations, the arts, public health, international security, business and trade, and other fields1. GCIV maintains an office in Atlanta. The staff and volunteers work under the direction of a thirty-one person Board of Trustees. GCIV partners with other groups including the Atlanta Council on International Relations, the United Nations Association of the United States of America, and the Advisory Committee on International Relations to promote internationalism2.


Scope and Content Note

The collection includes administrative materials focusing on the organization of programs as well as statistics on the visitors and their interests. Other administrative materials include by-laws, minutes from board and executive meetings, public relations materials, fundraising documents, newsletters, and documentation of the programs hosted by the organization. The bulk of the collection is itineraries for group and individual visits to Atlanta. The itineraries detail participants’ tours and meetings including those with universities, corporations, health organizations, and tours of local points of interest. The visitor files also include correspondence between the GCIV and visitors regarding the logistics and evaluations of their visits


Index Terms

Atlanta Council for International Visitors (1962-1986).
Cultural relations.
International Visitor Leadership Program..
International education --Georgia --Atlanta.
United States. Dept. of State..
Visitors, foreign --Georgia --Atlanta.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Georgia Council for International Visitors, MSS 1004, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Georgia Council for International Visitors, 1992 (1992.133), 1997 (1997.191), 1998 (1998.005), 1999 (1999.139), 2005 (2005.191) and 2006 (2006.216).

Processing Information

Collection reprocessed in 2010


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S. Code) Permission for use must be cleared through the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.


Container List

 

Series 1. Administrative Records, 1966-1994

9 document cases
This series contains administrative records such as minutes, annual reports, newsletters, news paper clippings, and program descriptions. Minutes of meetings sometimes contain Board and Executive Board minutes, annual and monthly budgets, financial statements, and memoranda on upcoming events. Also included are fundraising records, grant proposals and program planning documents including calendars, appointment books and transportation services. Grant records include a “Pilot Project to Interpret the Black Experience in America to Foreign Students” with Atlanta University Center in 1975 and a Bicentennial benefit in 1976. Annual and mid-year reports detail budget and use statistics. The ACIV published newsletters including ACIV News and The Courier created by the Atlanta International Student Bureau. These periodicals initially highlighted the activities of international students and later covered events hosted by the ACIV.

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11Board Meetings and Minutes, 1965-1969
2Mid-Year Report, 1966
3Annual Report, 1966
4Letters from Visitors (notebook), 1966-1967
5Letters from Visitors, 1966-1967
5Letters from Visitors, 1966-1967
6Board of Directors, 1967
8Board Meetings and Minutes, 1966-1969
9By-Laws and Correspondence, 1967-1969
10Committee Reports, 1967-1969
11Board of Directors, 1968
12By-Laws Before 1969
13Mid-Winter Leadership Seminar, 1969

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21Agency for International Development, Christmas Seminar Students, 1970
2Agency for International Development Program Correspondence, 1970
3Program, 1970
5Program – Foreign Diplomats, 1970
6Visitors from Book, 1970
7Couriers and Newsletters, 1970-1975
8Programs, 1971
9Programs, 1971
10Programs for Foreign Visitors, 1971
11Record of Visitors, 1971

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31Minutes, Executive Committee Meeting, 1971-1972
2Host Family Program, 1971-1973
3Newspaper Articles, 1971-1973
4Board of Directors, 1972
5Evaluation, Atlanta Council for International Visitors, 1972
6Fund Raising-Finance, 1972
7Public Relations, 1972
8Volunteer, 1972
9Junior League and International Student Bureau-Volunteers, 1972-1973
10Minutes of Meetings, 1972-1973
11State Department Grant to Atlanta Council for International Visitors, 1972-1973
12Address Lists, 1973
14Lists of International Visitors, 1973
16Statistics, 1973
17United Nations Banquet, 1973
18Woodruff Proposals, 1973

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41Benefit, 1974
3Magic Pan Accounting, 1974
4Organization of American States, 1974
5Reading File, 1974
6Rich’s Fund Raising Breakfast, 1974
7Summer Seminar on American Society, 1974
8Tours-McDonald, etc., 1974
9Seminar-Overseas Educational Developments, 1974-1979

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51Calendar, January, 1975
2Families-Hosts, 1975
3Programs One, 1975
4Programs Two, 1975
5Programs Three, 1975
6Reading File, 1975
7Statistics, 1975
8Thanksgiving Student Hospitality (Oglethorpe), 1975
9Thank You Letters, 1975
10Atlanta University Project, 1975-1976
11Benefit, Rowland-Sarrett Exhibit, 1975-1976
12Bicentennial Benefit and Reports, 1975-1976
13Bicentennial Grant Application, 1975-1976
14Miscellaneous Clippings, 1975-1976
15Vietnamese Refugee Information, 1975-1976
16Exhibit, Georgia Creating a Culture, 1975-1977

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61Benefit Party-Invitations, Food, 1976
2Completed Correspondence, 1976
3Entertainment, Benefit, 1976
4Ethnic Groups, 1976
5Letter to British Consulate for Benefit, 1976
6Letters to Mayor, 1976
7Programs, 1976
8Programs, 1976
9Reading File, 1976
10Statistics, 1976
11Thank-You Letters, 1976
12Thank-You Letters, 1976
13Conference of Inter-American Bar Association, May, 1977
14Governor’s Conference on Trade, 1977
15List of Visitors, 1977
16Reading File, 1977
17University of the Americas, 1977
18Friends of Internationals, 1977-1979

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71Course 7010-F, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare- Center for Disease Control Seminar, 1978
2Programs, 1978
3Statistics, Lists of Visitors, 1978
4Student Liaison-Notes, Minutes of Meetings, 1978-1980
5Center for Disease Control Seminar, 1979
6Program Statistics, 1979
7Reading Material, 1979
8Thank-You Letters, 1979
9Questionnaires, 1980
10Reading File, 1980
11Thank-You Letters, 1980

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81Monthly Appointment Calendar, 1987
2Monthly Appointment Calendar, 1988
3Lists of Visitors by Month, 1989
4Various Programs 106-117, 1989
5Various Programs 121-137, 1989
6Various Programs 138-157, 1989
7Various Programs 159-165, 1989
8Various Programs 166-189, 1989
9Various Programs 190-210, 1989
10Various Programs 212-218, 1989

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91Monthly Appointments, 1990
2Monthly Appointments, 1991
3Monthly Appointments, 1992
4Calendar, 1993
5Appointment Book, 1994
6All Program Conclusions, 1997-1998
7Escort Evaluations and Information, 1998
8International Visitors Reports, 1998-2000
9International Visitor Program Statistics, 1999
10Log In Sheets, 1999
11Programs, Telecommunications, Technology and Y2K, 1999
12Transportation, 1999
13International Visitor Programs, 2001
14D & A Transport, 2002
15Doubletree Hotel, 2002
16Living in Atlanta, Undated
17Program Coordinator, Undated
 

Series II. Visitor Files, 1969-2004

28 document cases
This series contains visitor itineraries, correspondence on the logistics of the tours, and formal evaluations completed by participants. The itineraries detail the participants’ tours and meetings including those with universities, corporations, health organizations and tours of local points of interest. Examples of locations of tours and meetings include Cable News Network (CNN), Emory University, the Center for Disease Control, the Carter Center, and the schools and colleges of the Atlanta University Center. Visitors include diplomats, students, journalists, professionals, non-governmental workers, educators, doctors, and scientists.
Africa, Nine Military Officers, 1969

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102Crossroads Africa, Four Visitors, 1969
3English Speaking African Students, 1969
4Austria, W. Jelinek, 1969
5Belgium, Dr. Victor Marmulla, 1969
6Brazil, Enio Bacellar, 1969
7Ceylon, Don Guruge, 1969
8Ceylon, Dr. L.G. Ponnamperuma, 1969
9Chile, Nineteen Tax Specialists, 1969
10Colombia, Dr. and Mrs. Ayala, 1969
11Czechoslovakia, Dr. J. Cervenka, 1969
12Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. Finn Christensen, 1969
13Egypt, Dr. Omar Amin, 1969
14England, John Clement Jones, 1969
15Ethiopia, Mr. Abraha Kidane, 1969
16France, Charles de Clermont-Tonnere, 1969
17France, Pierre Vaughn, 1969
18Gabon, Richard Nguema, 1969
19Gambia, Mamadou Cham, 1969
20Ghana, T.D. Brodie-Mends, 1969
22Ghana, Mr. Gottfried Oddoye, 1969
23Great Britain, Francis Smith and Lorna Jones, 1969
24Guinea, Mamadou Conde’, 1969
21Ghana, Asuchcan A. Leguterah, 1969
25Holland, Aeronautical Engineering Students, 1969
26Indonesia, Mr. G. Pudja, 1969
27Ireland, Ann Maher, 1969
28Israel, Erol Guney, 1969
29Japan, Eleven Journalists, 1969
30Korea, Mayor Uhm, 1969
31Korea, Mayor UhmLatin American Police, 1969
32Mexico, Mr. Alfonso Chardy, 1969
33New Zealand, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, 1969
34Nigeria, Richard Akinjide, 1969
35Nigeria, Mr. Samuel Ayo-Oluwa Odumuye, 1969
36Pakistan, Four Doctors, 1969
37Pakistan, Four Doctors, 1969
37Pakistan, Eight Family Planning Specialists, 1969
38Pakistan, Nine Family Planners, 1969
39Paraguay, Thirty-six Military Officers, 1969
40Philippines, World Health Organization, Luis Reyes, 1969
41Russia, Three Soviet Writers, 1969

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111Senegal, Ben M. Cisse, 1969
2Somali, Sheikh Ahmed, 1969
3South Africa, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gcabashe, 1969
4Spain, Six Student Leaders, 1969
5Swaziland, Mr. H. Sipho Mamba, 1969
6Sweden, Six Educators, 1969
7Taiwan, Mr. Tsui, 1969
8Turkey, Seven Visitors, Industrial Relations, 1969
9Uganda, Four Student Government Leaders, 1969
10United Kingdom, Mr. Nicholas D. Deakin, 1969
11United States, Fort Gordon, Twenty-nine Military Officers, 1969
12United States, Washington, Mrs. Underwood, 1969
13Vietnam, Dr. Nguyen Cuong, 1969
14Vietnam, Senator Nhuan, 1969
15Zambia, Mr. Banda and Mr. Milner, 1969
17Zambia, Edgar Chellah, 1969
17Africa, Four Student Leaders, 1970
18Africa, Seven Filmmakers, Two Escorts, 1970
19Africa, Sixteen Educators, 1970
20Asia, Fourteen Political Journalists, 3 Escorts, 1970
21Australia, D. Dunstan, 1970
22Botswana, Mr. Daniel Kwelagobe, Mr. Joseph Tommelleri, 1970
23Brazil, Eight Law Students, 1970
24England, Brian Redding, 1970
25France, Twenty-eight Youth Leaders, 1970
26Gabon, Mr. C. Loembe, 1970
27Germany, Mr. Hans Apel, 1970
28Germany, Mr. Erhard Englisch, 1970
29India, Mr. Moberly M. Rajendran, 1970
30Ireland, Mr. O’Leary and Mr. Stanton, 1970
31Japan, Mr. Tamori, Trade, 1970
32Russia, Soviet Journalists, 1970
33Russia, Soviet Tourists, 1970
34Sierra Leone, Mr. Jabati and Mr. Khazali, 1970
35South Africa, Mr. and Mrs. Kakana, 1970
36Togo, Mrs. Maria S. Tevi, 1970
37United States, Arlington, VA, Mr. Jouchim J. Schwelien, 1970
38Vietnam, Mai Trong Than, 1970
39Vietnam, Three Tax Officials, 1970
40Yugoslavia, Renata Cicin-Sain, 1970
41Various Countries, Military, Foreign Officers, 1970

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121Afghanistan, Mr. Samiudden Zhound, 1971
2Australia, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Yend, 1971
3Brazil, Cussy de Almeida, 1971
4Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Marco Maciel, 1971
5Germany, Twenty-six Young Leaders, 1971
6Ghana, The Honorable V.C.R.A.C. Crabbe, 1971
7Kenya, Rati Shah, 1971
8Morroco, Six University Students, 1971
9Nigeria, Mr. Agiobu Kemmer, 1971
10Poland, Mr. and Mrs. Bohdan Ginski, 1971
11Sierra Leone, Dr. Boakari Mansalay Kobba, 1971
12South Africa, Mr. Ephraim M. Makhanya, 1971
13South Africa, Mr. Llewellyn Mehloma Kulu, 1971
14South Africa, Dr. and Mrs. Gerritt Viljoen, 1971
15Thailand, Mr. Chane Boonsong, 1971
16United States, Fort Gordon, Twenty Foreign Officers, Four Wives, 1971
17Vietnam, Mr. Ho Thanh Bach, 1971
18Vietnam, Ten Military Officers, 1971
19Zambia, Jethro Mutti, 1971
20Various Countries, Military Students, Seventeen Countries, 1971
21Africa, Crossroads Africa, 1972
22Angola, Maria de Almeida, 1972
23Australia, Mr. Michael Mackellar, 1972
24Austria, Mr. Hans Kouba, 1972
25Brazil, Honorable and Mrs. Aliomar Baleeiro, 1972
26Brazil, Ten Students, 1972
27Costa Rica, Law Students, 1972
28Dahomey, Mr. Alexandre Pruaiso, 1972
29England, Mr. John Harris, 1972
30European Journalists Tour, 1972
31France, Mr. Jean-Pierre Levallois, 1972
32Indonesia, Mining Engineers, 1972
33Iran, Mr. Ali Nazeri, 1972
34Ivory Coast and Zaire, Three Politicos, 1972

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131Japan, Sales Training and Management Team, 1972
2Japan, Eight Students, 1972
3Kenya, Mrs. Rebecca Njau, 1972
4Laos, Three Army Colonels, 1972
5Latin America, Journalists, 1972
6Mexico, Nine Students, Experiment in International Living, 1972
7New Zealand, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Locke, 1972
8Nigeria, Mrs. Patience Uku, 1972
9Poland, M. Bienkowski and Mr. Andrzej Wroblewski, 1972
10Russia (Soviet Union), Fifteen Tourists, 1972
11Sierra Leone, Joseph E.H. Tucker, 1972
12South Africa, Rev. and Mrs. Knapp-Fisher, 1972
13South Africa, “Sonny” Leon, 1972
14Tanzania, Election Program, 1972
15Uganda, Ezakiel Musoke, 1972
16Various Countries, Juvenile Delinquency, 1972
17Africa, Federation of Filmmakers, 1973
18Angola, Domingos Coelho, 1973
19Asia, Eleven East Asian Economic Writers, 1973
20Australia, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hielscher, 1973
21Belgium, Twelve Wives of City Officials, 1973
22Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Aroucha, 1973
23Brazil, General and Mrs. Evandro Souza Lima, 1973
24Ghana, Mr. Ahenkora Osei, 1973
25Indonesia, Mayor and Mrs. Sjoerkani, 1973
26Japan, Three Broadcasting and Television, 1973
27Kenya, Jawaharlal Rodriques, Editor, 1973
28Laos, Five Army Officers, 1973
29Lesotho, Makhoala Lerotholi, 1973
30Malaysia, Mohammed Nawawi, 1973
31Mauritius, Mr. Dhanjay Callikan, 1973
32Nigeria, Six Small-Businessmen, 1973
33Russia, Twenty-seven Young Soviet Workers, 1973
34South Africa, H.J. Bhengu, 1973
35South Africa, Barney Dladla, 1973
36Sweden, Carl Bilot, 1973
37Togo, Raphael N. Barnabo, 1973
38United Kingdom, The Honorable Timothy Raison, M.P., 1973
39United States, Center for Disease Control Doctors, Sightseeing, 1973
40Zambia, Josy Monga, 1973

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141Australia, William Maley, 1974
2Brazil, Mario Cancio, 1974
3Dahomey, Imorou Sale, 1974
4England, Linda Christmas, 1974
5Ethiopia, Haile-Selassie Teferra, 1974
6France, Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Gossett, 1974
7France, Mr. and Mrs. Philippe Lebreton, University Professor, 1974
8The Gambia, Dr. L.J. Marenah, 1974
9The Gambia, Mr. Alhaji Sheikh Jeng, 1974
10Ghana, Mr. James Aning Amoafo, 1974
11Malaysia, Mr. and Mrs. David Chin Wong, 1974
12New Zealand, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hanna, 1974
13Panama, Mr. and Mrs. Nelis Borrero, 1974
14Poland, Mr. Janusz Stefanowicz, 1974
15Sierra Leone, Josephine Aaron-Cole, 1974
16South Africa, Mr. Tom R. Swartz, 1974
17Tanzania, S.B. Thaker, 1974
18Turkey, Six Turkish Governors, 1974
19United States, Twenty-three Military Officers, 1974
20United States, Fort Benning, GA, Allied Officers and Families, 1974
21Various Countries: Malawi, Sylvester Butao, Community Development; Gambia, Monodou Sarr, Youth Development; South Africa, Maggie Oewies, Hospital Aide, 1974
22Argentina, Students, 1975
23Australia, D.T. Robertson, 1975
24Brussels, Mr. Sandro Gaudenzi, 1975
25Japan, Personnel Management Team, 1975
26Japan, Study Team, Current Management, 1975
27Malawi, F.H. Winter Jazza, 1975
28Philippines, Dr. H.R. Fajaro, 1975
29Uganda, Dr. Dunstin Nsubuga, 1975
30Upper Volta, Josephine Guissou, 1975
31Zaire, Atengolo Bolombo, 1975

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151Africa, African Election Project, 1976
2Algeria, Program at Georgia State, 1976
3Asia, Asian Law Interns, 1976
4Bangladesh, M. Rassain Ali, Arahman Khan, 1976
5Brazil, Mrs. Theodosina Rosario Ribeiro, 1976
6Chad, Moussa Brahim, 1976
7Finland, Irma Mustakallio, Nursing Education, 1976
8Germany, Dr. Heinz Kraemer, State Ministry, 1976
9Hungary, Mr. Hoos, Engineer, 1976
10Ireland, Kevin Conroy, 1976
11Japan, Bankers, 1976
12Kenya, Dr. Maine Kagombe, 1976
13Lesotho, Mr. Evelly S. Mahapi, 1976
14Lesotho, Edgar Pitso, Education, 1976
15Netherlands, Ida Guine and Arie Versteeg, Social Research, 1976
16Russia, Letunov Oganov, 1976
17Russia, Mr. and Mrs. Nikolayn Rykalin, 1976
18Russia, Four Editors, 1976
19Spain, Dr. and Mrs. Jose Luis Alvarez, 1976
20South Africa, Rev. N. E. Baartman, 1976
21South Africa, Dr. Wolfgang Nodenstein, 1976
22South Africa, Gibson Joseph Thula, 1976
23Taiwan, Mr. and Mrs. James Wang, Attorney, 1976
24Vietnam, Pham Doy Family Singers, 1976
25Various Countries, Center for Disease Control Participants, 1976
26Africa, Central Africa, N. Godian, Professor of Sociology, 1977
27Bulgaria, Mrs. Sanya Tsaneva, Visitor Program Service, Officer for United States, Great Britain, Canada, Japan, 1977
28China, Hung-An Yeh, 1977
29Cuba, Dr. Natalio Chediak, 1977
30Denmark, Henrik Curtz, 1977
31Egypt, El Moslemany, 1977
32England, Betty Lockwood, 1977
33Ethiopia, W. Kebreab, 1977
34France, Philippe Alexandre, Journalist, Television and Radio, 1977
35Ivory Coast, Paul Danon, 1977
36Japan, Y. Nakamura and K. Ogawa, Teachers, 1977
37Japan, Regional Bankers, 1977

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161New Zealand, Canterbury University Students, 1977
2Nigeria, Mr. Ulmara Ahmed, 1977
3Nigeria, Ben Chuka Enwonwu, Professor of Fine Arts, 1977
4Nigeria, James Othihiwa, 1977
5Paraguay, General A.F. Davalos and General E. Sanchez, 1977
6Russia, Mr. Salahov and Mr. Gorianinov, 1977
7South Africa, Francois De Villiers, 1977
8South Africa, Simon Nyamakazi, Business Manager, 1977
9South Africa, Mr. and Mrs. Van Wyk, Dean Law School, 1977
10South Africa, “King” G. Zwelethini, Zulu, 1977
11Spain, Jose Fabregat, Coca-Cola Homestay, 1977
12Syria, Ahmed K.A. Sayaf, School Construction, 1977
13Syria, A. Seddik and S. Mjhandes, Cotton Seed Oil Refinery, 1977
14Sudan, Yousif Badri, University for Women, 1977
15Turkey, Turgut Casever, Urban Affairs, 1977
16Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Boris Strelnikov, 1977
17Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, University of Kiev Team, 1977
18Yugoslavia, Djordje Kocetkov, 1977
19Yugoslavia, Zoran Mandzuka, 1977
20Zaire, Shabani Katchunga, 1977
21Various Countries, Harvard Fellows Group, 1977
22Various Countries, National Association of Basketball Coaches, 1977
23Various Countries, National War College Students, 1977
24Africa, Four Visitors, 1978
25Africa, Crossroads Africa, Five Visitors, 1978
26Africa, African Delegates to U.S. Hosted by Wyche Fowler, 1978
27Canada, Six Southam Fellows, 1978
28Chad, Ahmed Idriss, 1978
29China, Mr. and Mrs. Chiang Chen, 1978
30England, Ms. Lindsay Mackie, Reporter, 1978
31Iran, Albard Agourae, 1978
32Iraq, Dr. Jafar Al-Hasani, 1978
33Italy, Rome, Italian Television Team, 1978
34Japan, Mr. Akiya Yui, 1978
35Netherlands, Geographic Institute of Amsterdam, Twenty-five Students, 1978
36Netherlands, Ferdinand Mingelen, 1978
37Niger, Abdou Muomouni, 1978
38Peru, Mr. Juan Leon-Polo, 1978
39Poland, Publishers, 1978
40Portugal, Mr. Jose Gohinho, 1978
41Romania, Dr. Marius Pirvulescu, 1978
42South Africa, Ms. Jane Hlongwane, 1978
43South Africa, Mr. Maxon Mrwetyana, 1978
44Sudan, Dr. Asma E. Dareer, 1978
45Syria, Dr. and Mrs. Nizer El’Farra, 1978
46Thailand, Mrs. Dhipavadee Meksawan, 1978
47Togo, Mr. Amousso Amedegnato, 1978
48Venezuela, Jose Luis Unamuno, 1978
49Zaire, Tshiterge Katanga, Secretary General, 1978
50Zambia, Philip Simuchoba, 1978

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171Canada, Ms. Heather Hatch, 1979
2Bahrain, Ms. A. Al-Ahmed and Ms. F. Zayani, 1979
3Brazil, Mr. Olimpio Galvao, 1979
4Colombia, Tony Haber, 1979
5Colombia, Leonidas Oyaga, Georgia Tech, 1979
6Colombia, Twelve Congressmen, 1979
7Denmark, Fourteen Nyborg Prison Officers, 1979
8Finland, Mikko Iminonen, 1979
9France, Mr. Renaud-Francois Moulinier, 1979
10The Gambia, Banjul, Mr. Anthony Blain, 1979
11Japan, Mr. Soshum Tada, 1979
12Lesotho, Ms. Malikeleli Makokeeni, 1979
13Malagasy Republic, Mr. and Mrs. George Renaivoses, 1979
14Poland, Three Engineers, 1979
15Russia, Twenty-eight Soviet Athletes, 1979
16Russia, Fifteen Visitors, 1979
17Saudi Arabia, Mohammed A. Kayst, 1979
18South Africa, Mr. Heilbron Majola, 1979
19South Africa, Three Social Workers, 1979
20West Germany, Bavaria, Twenty Young Political Leaders, 1979
21West Germany, Manfred Kanther, 1979
22Zambia, Four Anglophone, Crossroads Medical, 1979
23Various Countries, Twenty-five Visitors, Solar Energy Conference, 1979

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181Africa, Twenty-six U.S. Foreign Policy Program for African Diplomats, 1985
2Austria, Dr. Othmar Raus, Austrian Socialist Party Leader, 1985
3Belgium, Ms. Mia Devits and Mr. Michel Jadot, National Secretary General Workers, 1985
4Belgium, Mr. Luc Van de Velde, President, Flemish Young Socialists, 1985
5China, Mr. Xu Yuan Quan, Director of Diplomatic Service Bureau, 1985
6France, Phillippe De Bausett, 1985
7France, Dancers, Ritz Dinner, 1985
8Egypt, Four Educators, 1985
9Iceland, Mr. Peter Gudfinnsson, Director of Icelandic State Television, 1985
10India, Mr. Ramdas Nayak, President, National Library, 1985
11Italy, Maria, Cassanmagnago-Cerrenti, Senior Vice President, European Parliament, 1985
12Jamaica, Mr. Glen Andrade, Deputy Director Public Prosecutions, 1985
13Japan, Four Males, Atom Bomb Survivors, 1985
14Jordan, Dr. Nabil Al-Sharif, Columnist, Daily Newspaper, 1985
15Lesotho, Queen Mamohato, 1985
16Spain, Ms. Esther Jimeno, Director of Women’s Prison, 1985
17Sudan, Two Sudanese, One Peace Corp Member, 1985
18United Kingdom, British Parliamentarian, 1985
19United Kingdom, Four Youth Leader, 1985
20West Bank, Eight Visitors, Medical Group, Visitor Program Service, 1985
21Yugoslavia, Two Visitors, 1985
22Africa: The Gambia, Malawi and Kenya, Three Visitors, 1986
23Algeria, Lofti Maharzi, Professor of Communications, 1986
24Austria, Mr. Harold Ettl, President, Textile Workers Union, 1986
25Austria, Mr. Peter Zurek, Head of Satellite Television and Communication, 1986
26Dominican Republic, Carlo Piantini, United States Department of Agriculture, 1986
27England, Roger Liddle, Director of Public Policy Center, 1986
28England, Ms. Carol Stone, Radio Producer, 1986
29Ethiopia, Prof. Asrat Woldeyes, Professor of Surgery, 1986
30France, Philippe Lefait, Television Foreign Affairs Reporter, 1986
31France, Ms. Marie-Noelle Lienemann, French Socialist Party, 1986
32France, Ms. Marie-Noelle Lienemann, Vice Mayor, 1986
33Germany, Hans Jurgen Bussou, Deputy Social Democratic Party, 1986
34India, Dr. and Mrs. B.C. Jain, General Manager, Energy Division, Eisenhower Exchange, 1986
35Ireland, Belfast, Mr. and Mrs. Peter McLachlan, Eisenhower Fellow, 1986
36Israel, Five Knesset Members, Visitor Program Service, 1986
37Kenya, Mr. Douglans Odhiambo, Vice Chancellor, 1986
38Korea, Dr. Suh Jae-Mahn, Professor of Political Studies, 1986
39Netherlands, Olga Halsema-Fles, City Councilwoman, 1986
40Netherlands, Ms. Leonie Van Bladel, Foreign Editor, 1986
41Netherlands, Three Visitors, Ministry of Welfare, Public Health and Culture, 1986
42New Zealand, Anthony Timms, General Secretary, New Zealand Labor Party, 1986
43Nigeria, Mr. Wadi Dejo, International Trade Developments, 1986
44Nigeria, The Honorable Lt. Col. Anthony S. Ikaba, Federal Minister of Information, 1986
45Senegal, Mr. Mamadou Faye , Economic Advisor, 1986
46Senegal, Mr. Mamadou Faye, Economic Advisor, 1986
47Senegal, Mamadou Seck, Chief of Staff, African-American Institute, 1986
48Senegal, Randolph Zormelo, Journalist, Pan African News, 1986
49South Africa, Jannie Botes, Producer Broadcasting, 1986
50South Africa, William De Klerk, Photojournalist, 1986
51South Africa, Dennis Mosupye, Attorney, Visitor Program Service, 1986

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191South Africa, Mr. Mahlomola Skitosana, Assistant to the General Secretary, Council of Unions, 1986
2South Africa, Mr. S. Sepamla, Director of the Federation of Black Arts, 1986
3Sudan, Dr. Gamar El Din Ali Garanbaa, Director, School University of Khartoum, 1986
4Switzerland, Mrs. Lea Lang-Gasser, People to People International, 1986
5United Arab Emirates, Twenty-five Visitors, Lockheed, 1986
6United Kingdom, Mr. Roy A. Asquith-Christie, Information Officer, Journalist, 1986
7West Germany, Mr. Ulrich K. Flechsenhar, 1986
8Yugoslavia, Dr. Danica Milic, Director, Institute of History, 1986
9Zaire, Kalonji Mujinga, Owner, Medical Lab, 1986
10Zimbabwe, Honorable John Nkomo, Member of Parliament, 1986
11Zimbabwe, Senator Jacob Mudenda, Governor, 1986
12Various Countries, Four Visitors, Political, United States Information Agency Project, 1986
13Africa, Sixteen Visitors, Medical Doctors, Crossroads Africa, 1987
14Austria, Karl Sverak, Dep. Chief of Military, Visitor Program Service, 1987
15Brazil, Moacyr Gomes, Visitor Program Service, Brasilia Council, 1987
16France, Mr. Courdouan and Mr. Ville, Visitor Program Service, 1987
17France, Thirty-seven Government and Business Leaders, Visitor Program Service, 1987
18France, Guy Bernede, Film and Television, 1987
19Germany, Twenty Visitors, Bavarian State Legislature, 1987
20Germany, German Marshall Fellows, Four Visitors, 1987
21Germany, Dr. Hedwig Bock, Visitor Program Service, 1987
22Hungary, Mr. F. Geleji, Office of Technology Development, 1987
23Ireland, Eric Anderson, Visitor Program Service, 1987
24Russia, Sixty Soviets, 1987
25South Africa, John Smith, Lawyer, 1987
26Spain, Ramon Colon, Editor, Delphi, 1987
27Spain, Ms. Eloisa Sendra, Museum Design, 1987
28Swaziland, Martain Dlamint, African American Institute, 1987
29Tunisia, Dr. M. Ben Jaafar, Visitor Program Service, 1987
30Zaire, Dr. Mukadi Bonyi, Law Professor, 1987
31Zimbabwe, Changwa Chifamba, Secretary, Commercial Worker’s Union, 1987
32Various Countries, Six Visitors, Drug Control Group, 1987
33Various Countries: Katherine Gibson, Exchange Specialist, Bahamas and Riad Al Ayoubi, Exchange Specialist, Syria, 1987

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201Africa, Eight Various Africans, Crossroads Africa, 1988
2Africa, Five Visitors, Business, 1988
3Argentina, Five Financial Experts, 1988
4Australia, Five Visiting Presidents of Universities, 1988
5Brazil, Mr. Antonio Guimares, President, Brazilian Institute of Forestry, 1988
6China, Mr. Zhang, Economic Advisor, Visitor Program Service, 1988
7Finland, Six Visiting Educators, 1988
8Germany, Ms. Von Ow, Foreign Affairs Journalist, 1988
9Germany, Fourteen Marshall Fund Visitors, 1988
10Germany, Twenty Visitors, 1988
11Holland, Mr. Ben Knapen, Journalist/Independent, 1988
12Japan, Tokyo Kuramiya, Journalist, 1988
13Mid-East, Regional Radio, Media, 1988
14New Zealand, Mr. Michael Gifford, 1988
15Nigeria, Mr. Adeogun, Eisenhower Fellow, 1988
16Senegal, Mr. Dioum, African-American Institute, Educator, 1988
17Sierra Leone, Mr. Issa Alison-Konteh, Coordinator, Sierra Leone New Agency, 1988
18South Africa, Two Visitors, Businessmen, 1988
19Spain, Two Visitors, Drug Programs, 1988
20Taiwan, Mr. S. Huang, Minister, Economic Affairs, 1988
21Thailand, Jun-Eam Wantanee, 1988
22Zimbabwe, Mark Dube, African-American Institute, 1988
23Various Countries, Public Health Officials, United States Department of Agriculture Grad School, 1988
24Various Countries, Health Group (Fifteen), United States Department of Agriculture Grad School, 1988
25Botswana, Mr. Moatlhodi, Politician, 1989
26Brazil, Mr. Scarlateli, Secretary of Labor, Social Action, 1989
27Chile, Mr. Juan Somavia, Politics, 1989
28Denmark, Mr. Kim Behnke, Parliamentarian, United States Information Agency, 1989
29England, Four Visiting Educators, 1989
30France, Mr. Rodet, Parliament, 1989
31Germany, Dr. Hannelore Beekman, Media Official, 1989
32Germany, Marshall Fellows, Four Visitors, 1989
33Holland, Seven Visitors, Affirmative Action, Police, 1989
34Northern Ireland, Rev. and Mrs. J. Dunlop, Minister, 1989
35Japan, Ms. Marcko Horikawa, Journalist, 1989
36Lesotho, Dr. Matsela, 1989
37Mauritius, Hon. Nababsing, Politician, 1989
38Philippines, Ms. Castillo, Department of Agriculture, 1989
39Poland, Mr. Macie Radziwill, Investment Analyst, Eisenhower Exchange Fellow 11/13/15, Wyn, 1989
40Poland, Dr. Wertenstein-Zulawski, 1989
41Sierra Leone, Three Visitors, Agriculture, 1989
42South Africa, Mr. Khumalo, African-American Labor Center, 1989
43Taiwan, Mr. Lin, Teacher, United States Department of Agriculture, 1989
44Trinidad, Mr. J. Besson, Cultural Affairs, 1989

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211Yugoslavia, Nine Visiting Economists, 1989
2Zaire, Mr. Ali Kalonga, Journalist, 1989
3Various, Twelve Visitors, American Culture Exchange, 1989
4Brazil, Hon. Ricardo Barros, Mayor of Maringa, 1990
5England, Mr. Steven Norris, Member of Parliament, 1990
6France, Mr. D. Ypsilanli, Administrator in Information, 1990
7Germany, Mr. Wolfgang Labuhn, Radio Broadcaster, 1990
8Guatemala, Four Visitors, 1990
9Haiti, Rev. Amos Andre, Executive Director, Center for Human Rights, 1990
10Israel, Mr. Michael Sela, Journalist, 1990
11Netherlands, Mr. J.C. Dona, Alderman, 1990
12Nigeria, Three Visiting Judges, 1990
13Pakistan, Four Visiting Students, 1990
14Philippines, Seven Visitors, VPs Local Government, 1990
15Portugal, Mr. Jose Avantes, Assistant to Prime Minister, 1990
16South Africa, Mr. Andrew Wilson, Judge, 1990
17Soviet Union, Three Soviet Women, 1990
18Yugoslavia, Mr. Mala, Television Station Pristina, 1990
19Zimbabwe, Dr. John Tsimba, Director General, 1990
20Various Countries, Ten Visitors, U.S. Security, 1990
21Africa, Twenty-six Visitors, Delphi, WYM, Media Journalists 6/6/9, Will Hare, 1991
22Africa, Twenty-eight Visitors, Various II E, Young African Leaders Project, 1991
23Australia, Mr. Stephens, Parliament, 1991
24Bahamas, Mr. Donna Dial, Senior Researcher, 1991
25Brazil, Mr. Carlos Cao, State Secretary for Labor and Ms. Maria Munes, Escort/Interpreter, 1991
26China, Simon Fung, Hong Kong, Editor, 1991
27El Salvador, Four Visitors, Two Escorts, 1991
28Ethiopia, Mr. B. Shiferaw, History Professor, 1991
29Gabon, Dr. B. Akendengue, Head, Traditional Medicine Department, 1991

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221Germany, Mr. Rommerskirchen, State Secretary, 1991
2Germany, Mr. Rosenberg, Visitor Program Service Press Spokesman, 1991
3Germany, Thirty-one Visitors, Frankfurt Press, 1991
4Laos, Mr. S. Souphanouvong, Director Economic Institute, 1991
5Mozambique, Ms. Maria Massinga, International Editor, 1991
6Nigeria, Mr. T. Arinyemi, African-American Institute, Comptroller of Immigration, 1991
7Nigeria, Mr. Ugwuzor, Airport Officer, 1991
8South Africa, Mr. Jan Sithole, Labor Leader, Africa Labor Center, 1991
9Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Dr. V. Prilyuk, Fullbright Scholar, Homestay, 1991
10Yugoslavia, Mr. Veton Surroi, President, Parliamentary Party, 1991
11Various Countries, Seven Visitors, U.S.- Pacific Security, Visitor Program Service, 1991
12Various Countries, Television Broadcasting in the United States Project, 1991
13Africa, Twenty-one Visitors, Young African Leaders Project, 1992
14Australia, Dr. Patricia Ward, School of Info. and Library Studies, 1992
15Belgium, Ms. H. Bettentrup, E.C. Scholar Program, 1992
16Brazil, Four Visitors, Drug Abuse Prevention, 1992
17Ecuador, Col. Amilcar Acosta, National Police, 1992
18Ecuador, Three Visitors, Television Executives, 1992
19El Salvador, Six Visitors, Drug Group, 1992
20Gabon, Three Visitors, Judges, 1992
21Germany, Nine Visitors, Journalists, 1992
22Iceland, Mr. T. Kristinsson, University Director, 1992
23India, Four Visitors, United States-South Asian Relations, 1992
24Jamaica, Ms. Donna Parchmont, Legal Advisor, 1992
25Netherlands, Mr. J. Rensen, Television Editor, 1992
26New Zealand, Mrs. J. McLauchlan, Member of Parliament, 1992
27Norway, Mr. D. Hol, Artist, 1992

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231Romania, Ms. Dorina Bardan, Human Rights, 1992
2Romania, H. Murgu, Scientific Lecturer, 1992
3Romania, Ms. M. Pavalache, Attorney, 1992
4Romania, Mr. M. Voiculescu, Romanian Television, 1992
5Russia, Ten Visitors, Businessmen, 1992
6Turkey, D. A. Soyer, Human Rights, 1992
7Africa, Eight Visitors, “Managing Regional Tensions”, 1993
8Africa, Eight Visitors, U.S. Political Systems, 1993
9Algeria, Mr. M. Rezag-Bara, Human Rights, 1993
10Australia, Mr. T. Burns, Parliament, 1993
11Cameroon, Mr. E. Ngwafor, (canceled), 1993
12Chile, Mr. L. Alvarez, Press Correspondent, 1993
13China, Hong Kong, Mr. Fung, Environmentalist/Social Services, 1993
14El Salvador, Three Visitors, Media, 1993
15Germany, Mr. A. Rinke, Newspaper Editor, 1993
16Ghana, Mr. E. Aphson, Freelance Journalist, 1993
17Guatemala, Twenty-six Visitors, City Managers, 1993
18Holland, Mr. S. Aarts, Sports Journalist, 1993
19India, Three Visitors, USDA, Conflict Resolution, 1993
20Israel, Drs. Sati and Khatib Aslg, Environmental Scientists, 1993
21Jordan, Three Visitors, Medical Doctors, 1993
22Kenya, The Most Rev. and Mrs. Manassas Kuvia, Archbishop of Kenya, 1993
23Mexico, Mr. Roberto Ramirez, City Councilman, 1993
24Netherlands, Mrs. M. Roholl, History Professor, 1993
25Romania, Ms. Anca Toader, Foreign News Editor, 1993
26South Africa, Mr. H. Zana, Institute of International Education Fellowship Student, 1993
27South Africa, Mr. Patrick Buwa, Businessman/Entrepreneur, 1993
28Spain, Mr. V. Valles, Television News Correspondent, 1993
29Thailand, Four Visitors, Freedom/Democracy, 1993
30Trinidad/Tobago, Mr. C. Bernard, Chief Justice, 1993
31Turkey, Mr. Onur Karabacak, Ob/Gyn Professor, 1993
32West Bank/ Jerusalem, 10 Visitors, Drug Abuse Education, 1993
33Zaire, Uba T. Thassinda, Freelance Journalist, 1993

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241Australia, Ms. M Easson, Member of Parliament, 1994
2Australia, Four Visitors, Arts Management, 1994
3Bahrain, Three Visitors, Education and School Evaluation, 1994
4Brazil, P. Santiago, Councilman, City of Recife, 1994
5Georgia, Republic of, Two Visitors, University Rectors, 1994
6Hungary, I. Zalai, Newspaper Editor, 1994
7India, G.A. Britto, Director, Addiction Research, 1994
8Ireland, Six Visitors, Youth Workers, 1994
9Japan, H. Motohama, Cultural Affairs Newspaper, 1994
10Japan, Two Visitors, Broadcast Company and Newspaper, 1994
11Kenya, Ms. Grace Kaindi, Chief of Interpol, 1994
12Korea, Eight Visitors, Kwangju Cable Television Group, 1994
13Korea, Mr. Shin, Ombudsman, Public Grievance, 1994
14Morocco, Three Visitors, Role of Media in Peace, 1994
15Nepal, Six Visitors, United States Department of Agriculture, Local Government, 1994
16Poland, P. Gabryel, Magazine Editor, 1994
17Romania, Ms. A. Dragomir, Museum Curator, 1994
18Romania, V. Negoita, Newspaper Editor, 1994
19Serbia, S. Cagic, Broadcast News, 1994
20Slovakia, Five Visitors, Environmental Specialists, 1994
21South Africa, Ms. M. Moiloa, Eisenhower Exchange Fellow, 1994
22South Africa, Michel Morris, Political Correspondent, 1994
23South Africa, Ms. Myakayaka-Manzini, Member, Parliament, 1994
24South Africa, Rev. M. Weeder, Project Vote Coordinator, 1994
25South Africa, Five Visiting Educators, 1994
26Bosnia, Two Doctors, 1995
27Brazil, Ms. Lucia de Melo, 1995
28Cambodia, Mr. Sok An and Mr. Svay Sitha, 1995
29Chile, Mr. Milan Ivelic and Ms. May Westcott, 1995
30Czech Republic, Mr. Jan Pokorny and Ms. Nadezda Libnarova, 1995
31El Salvador, Mr. Humberto Vargas Garcia, 1995
32Ghana, Mr. Nutifafa Kuenychia, 1995
33Indonesia, Three Visitors, 1995
34Korea, Six Visitors, 1995
35Korea, Twelve Young Managers, 1995
36Netherlands, Mr. Thomas Bersee, 1995
37New Zealand, Mr. Max Alan Hayton, 1995
38Norway, Mr. Leif Ervik, European Union, 1995
39Philippines, Ms. Loren Legarda, 1995
40Poland, Jacek Wojciechowski, Lighting Equipment, 1995
41Portugal, Mr. Rui de Carvalho, 1995
42Scotland, Ms. Geraldine Prince, 1995
43Zambia, Four Visitors, 1995
44Various Countries, United States Information Agency, Fourteen Visitors, University Administration in the United States, 1995

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251Hungary, Ms. E. Balogh, Prime Minister, 1996
2Japan, Four Visitors, Members of Non-Governmental Organizations, 1996
3Korea, Thirty-two Visitors, General Managers, 1996
4Peru, J. Ramirez, Human Rights Director, 1996
5South Africa, F. Motha, Advisor, Housing, 1996
6South Africa, Five Visitors, Local Government, 1996
7Spain, Institute of International Education, Evaluation of Universities, 1996
8Turkey, Three Mayors, Savannah, Georgia, 1996
9Various Countries, Seven Visitors, United States Information Agency Regional Project for Arabic-State and Local Government, 1996
10Various Countries, Twenty-five Visitors, United States Information Agency Multi-Regional Project, Presidential Campaign, 1996
11Stokes Fund, 1997
12Africa, African Regional, Civic Education, 1997
13South Asia/North Africa, Economic Journalism, 1997
14Benin, Mr. Aghota, Privatization of Media, 1997
15Eritrea, Four Activists, Women/Disabilities, 1997
16Ecuador, Pablo de la Vega, 1997
17Germany, Bavarian Parliament, Government, 1997
18Japan, Kagoshima, 1997
19Korea, Dr. Park, City Management, Textiles, 1997
20Romania, Three Members of Parliament, Political Process, 1997
21Russia, Eight Doctors, Tuberculosis, 1997
22Saudi Arabia, Twenty-two Muslim Students, 1997
23Senegal, Twenty School Principals, Quality Management, 1997
24South Africa, Mr. Lincoln Ngculu, 1997
25Tunisia and Israel, Mr. Ben-Abid and Mr. Feiler, 1997
26Turkey, Dr. Omer Karahan, Managing Director, Mednet Holding International, 1997
27Various Countries, Five Visitors, Conflict Resolution, 1997
28Various Countries, Ten Jurists, Legal Issues/Civil Rights, 1997

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261Bolivia, Education and Accreditation, 1998
2Gabon, Three Government Officials, Government Accountability, 1998
3Germany, Four Journalists, 1998
4Kenya, Eleven Military, 1998
5Korea, Mr. Song, 1998
6Kenya, Women Activists, 1998
7Russia, Eleven Visitors, Health, 1998
8Serbia, Six Journalists, 1998
9Tunisia, Ms. Bel Aiba, 1998
10Various Countries, Fourteen Visitors, Foreign Service, 1998
11Liberia, Oretha Johnson, undated
12Africa, Six Journalists, Media and Technology, 1999
13Africa, Fourteen Officials, "Rule of Law", 1999
14Africa, Sixteen Officials, Global Trade and Engineering Markets, 1999
15Angola, Hon. Jose Anibal Lopes Rocha, Government Reform (canceled), 1999
16Angola, Mr. Joa Nelson Cruz Ferreira Rosa, Media, 1999
17Angola, Ms. Angela Braganca, Children's Rights and Democracy, 1999
18Argentina, Two Voluntary Visitors, Consumer Protection, 1999
19Argentina, Mr. German Pollitzer, Minority Issues, 1999
20Azerbaijan, Three Education Officials, Higher Education/Linkages, 1999
21Azerbaijan, Four Government Officials, Local Government, 1999
22Azerbaijan, Mr. Faiq Mammadali Ogly Zulfugarov, Commercial Television/CNN, 1999
23Belarus, Six Officials, Pollution and Health, 1999
24Belarus, Seven Education Officials, Higher Education, 1999

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271Belgium, Mr. Guido Van Wymersch, Law Enforcement, 1999
2Belgium, Ms. Claire Bury, Judicial/Trade/Africa, 1999
3Bosnia, Fourteen Officials, Y2K and Public Administration, 1999
4Brazil, Eleven Visitors, At-risk Youth, 1999
5Brazil, Two Businesswomen, Business, Economics and Finance, 1999
6Brazil, Three State University Representatives, University Linkages, 1999
7Brazil, Dr. Elisabete Ferreira, Criminal Justice and Youth, 1999
8Chad, Mr. Youssouf Saleh Abbas, State and Local Government, 1999
9Chile, Ms. Patricia Cardemil, Education, 1999
10China, Nine Officials, State Government/Education (canceled), 1999
11China, Dr. Quin Mingzhou, Enviroment and Urban Planning, 1999
12China, Dr. Wei Wang, US Government/Foreign Policy, 1999
13China, Mr. Chi Wan Yuen, Media and Human Rights, 1999
14China, Mr. Cong Guo Chen, Ethics in Broadcast Journalism, 1999
15China, Mr. Fan Li, Elections, 1999
16China, Mr. Jianping Yan, Journalism, 1999
17China, Mr. Lee Wing-On, Civics Education, 1999
18China, Mr. Lei Shi, Government Systems, 1999
19China, Mr. Sun Yuguo, Energy Issues, 1999
20China, Mr. Wenjian "Max" Yang, Journalism Management, 1999
21China, Mr. Ximin Li, Media and Television, 1999
22China, Ms. Cheng Wan Chun, Human Resources/Training, 1999
23China, Ms. Hu Yili, Race and Ethnic Relations, 1999
24China, Ms. Yang Zhen, Hightech Business and Economic Journalism, 1999
25China, Ms. Yue Zhang, Media/Talk Shows, 1999
26Columbia, Professor Martiza Rondon, Education and Distance Learning, 1999
27Congo, Six Officials, Sharing Political Power, 1999
28Congo, Seven Officials, "Open Communications", 1999
29Croatia, Mr. Igor Medic, Entrepreneur/Business, 1999
30Czech Republic, Five Officials, Civil Rights/Ethnic Diversity, 1999
31Czech Republic, Mr. Dalibor Jilek, Civil and Human Rights, 1999
32Czech Republic, Ms. Dana Rabinakova, Non-govermental Organizations, 1999
33Egypt, Mr. Mohamed Aly Mohamed Zarea, Human Rights, 1999
34El Salvador, Mr. Jose Arnando Flores-Aleman, Consumer Advocacy, 1999
35Ethiopia, Dr. Merera Gudina, Politics and Elections, 1999
36Ethiopia, Mr. Abebe Balcha, Radio Management, 1999
37Ethiopia, Mr. Ghedamu Abraha Tefera, Journalism, 1999
38Ethiopia, Mr. Hadera Admassu, Law Enforcement, 1999
39Europe, Twenty Government Officials, Civics Issues, 1999

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281Europe, 5 officials, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, European Security Issues, 1999
2Europe, North Atlantic Trade Organization Delegation, International Security Issues, 1999
3European Union, Mr. Ffans Verstraete, American Peanut Council, 1999
4European, East, City Tour, 1999
5France, Mr. Oliver Pierre, Food Safety and Regulations, 1999
6France, Ms. Addala Benraad, Media/US Foreign Policy, 1999
7Germany, Two Government Officials, Politics and Government, 1999
8Germany, Dr. Roland Fleck, Economic Development, 1999
9Guinea, Ambassador Alpha Ibrahima Keira, Africa-America Institute, 1999
10Guinea, Dr. Mawiatou Bah, Vice Rector, Higher Education and University Linkage, 1999
11Guinea, Mr. Diante Keita, Transportation (Hartsfield), 1999
12Guinea, Mr. Abdoulaye Diagne, Civic Education, 1999
13Haiti, Ten Journalists, Media Coverage and Elections, 1999
14Haiti. Six Political Leaders (Grassroots), Women's Politics, 1999
15Hungary, Two Journalists, Television Broadcasting, 1999
16Hungary, Dr. Jozsef Toth, Higher Education, 1999
17Hungary, Mr. Laszlo Donath, Human Rights, 1999
18Hungary, Mr. Toth and Ms. Keskemeti, Print/Broadcast Journalism (canceled), 1999
19Hungary, Robert Frank, Print Journalism, 1999
20India, Two Journalists, Media and Television, 1999
21India, Two Officials, Civil and Human Rights, 1999
22India, Mr. S. R. Rao, Economic Development and Privatization, 1999
23Indonesia, Dr. Indria Samego, Law Enforcement, 1999
24Indonesia, Mr. Daniel Sparringa, Civil/Human Rights, 1999
25Indonesia, Mr. Moh. Jumhur Hidayat, State and Local Government, 1999
26Indonesia, Mr. Mohammed Effendi, Journalism, 1999
27Indonesia, Mr. Syamsuddin Aziz, Media, 1999
28Indonesia, Ms. Treesje Mariman, Journalism and Business (canceled), 1999
29Israel and Palestine, Eight Journalists "Pacifying the Peace Process in the Middle East", 1999
30Israel, Mr. Hassan Abu Queder, Head, Bedouin Rights, 1999
31Italy, Hon. Albert De Simone, Local Government (canceled), 1999
32Italy, Mr. Genaro Sangiuliano, Media and Politics, 1999
33Italy, Ms. Annalisa Gianella, Security Policy, 1999
34Italy, Ms. Laura Anello, Social Services (AIDS), 1999
35Italy, Ms. Livia Manera, Journalist, "Non-Governmental Organizations and Politics", 1999

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291Japan, Three Civic Leaders, Non-governmental Organizations, 1999
2Japan, Four Officials, Business and Urban Development, 1999
3Japan, Twelve Officials, "Wingbeat", 1999
4Japan, Mr. Hiroyuki Tanaka, Economic Development, 1999
5Japan, Mr. Toshiyuki Takahashi, Airport Administration and Management, 1999
6Kazakhstan, Three Officials, Public Health Issues, 1999
7Kazakhstan, Four Journalists, Broadcast Media, 1999
8Kazakhstan, Four Journalists, Media Management, 1999
9Kenya, Four Parliamentary Reporters, Journalism and Politics, 1999
10Kenya, Ms. Mary Warutere, Public Affairs/Broadcast, 1999
11Liberia, Mr. Roger Seton, Newspaper Management (canceled), 1999
12Liberia, Mr. Saah Quigee, Library Science and Law, 1999
13Macedonia, Mr. Petrush Stefanov, Manufacturing, 1999
14Macedonia, Ms. Natasha Illijeva, Small Business Management, 1999
15Macedonia, Ms. Sasa Stojanovska, Architecture and Business, 1999
16Malawi, Mr. Samuel Phiri, AIDS, Lilongwe Central Hospital, 1999
17Malaysia, Dr. Said Hassan, Education, 1999
18Mexico, Four Government Officials, Enviroment, 1999
19Mexico, Mr. Ricardo Vazquez Santiesteban, Immigration and Border Issues, 1999
20Middle East, Five Government Officials, Local Government, 1999
21Moldova, Four Parliamentary Advocates, Human Rights/Government, 1999
22Moldova, Ms. Jana Costachi, Social Services (canceled), 1999
23Morocco, Mr. Mohamed Baniyahya, "Role of Non-Governmental Organizations and Media in the US", 1999
24Netherlands, Mr. Martin Wezel, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, 1999
25Netherlands, Ms. Rita Rahman, Civil Rights/Women's Issues, 1999
26Nigeria, Six Elected Officials, State Government, 1999
27Nigeria, Four Politicians, Legislative Principles (canceled), 1999
28Northern Ireland, Two Civic Leaders, Community Conflict Resolution, 1999
29Northern Ireland, Ms. Bronagh Anne T. Hinds, Women and Minority Issues, 1999
30Panama, Mr. Giovanni Enrique Olmos, Law Enforcement, 1999
31Peru, Mr. Samuel Torres, Small Business Development, 1999
32Peru, Ms. Blana Rosales Valencia, "Freedom of the Press", 1999
33Phillipines, Dr. Paul A. Dumol, Academics and US History, 1999
34Phillipines, Mr. Guillermo Luz, Transportation/Corporate Giving, 1999
35Phillipines, Ms. Paulynn Sicam, Human Rights, 1999
36Poland, 6 Museum Officials, Historic Preservation, 1999

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301Portugal, Two Doctors, Infectious Diseases, 1999
2Portugal, Ms. Maria Teresa Moreira, International Trade/Law, 1999
3Russia, Twelve Doctors, Pediatrics and Neonatology in the United States, 1999
4Russia, Twelve Women Doctors, Pre and Post Natal Care, 1999
5Russia, Three Business People, Small Business Development, 1999
6Russia, Three Government Officials, Politics and Elections, 1999
7Russia, Six Judges, Role of Judges in the United States, 1999
8Russia, Six Trade Officials, Economic Development/Privatization, 1999
9Russia, Twelve Businessmen, Small Business Development, 1999
10Rwanda, Two Education Officials, Higher Education and University Linkage, 1999
11Senegal, Five National Assembly Members, Government and Legislative Issues, 1999
12Slovenia, Ms. Monika Kartin, Arts and Symphony, 1999
13South Africa, Government Officials, Discrimination-Women and Disabled, 1999
14South Africa, Mr. Christopher Gutuza, Media Technology, 1999
15South Africa, Mr. Lawrence Ernest Mitchell, Television and Radio Broadcast, 1999
16South Africa, Mr. Lionel Davis, Historic Sites/Commerical Art, 1999
17South Africa, Mr. Sipho Maseko, Government Legislature, 1999
18South Africa, Mrs. Molatelo T. Montwedi, Energy, 1999
19South Korea, Dr. Bae Souk-Ki, State and Local Government, 1999
20South Korea, Dr. Kab-Kil Jeon, Political Science Issues, 1999
21South Korea, Mr. An Kyung-Uk, Transportation/Community Development, 1999
22South Korea, Mr. Hur Jai-Joon, Labor, 1999
23South Korea, Mr. Hyun Rae Jo, Media and Television, 1999
24South Korea, Mr. Ki Hyun-Ho, Media/International Affairs, 1999
25South Korea, Mr. Moon Hyuk-Joo, Broadcasting and Tourism, 1999
26South Korea, Mr. Moon Byung-Woo, Communicable Diseases, 1999
27South Korea, Ms. In-Soon Nam, Women's Issues, 1999
28Spain, Dr. Maria Victoria Gordillo, AIDS Prevention, 1999
29Spain, Mr. Angel Garcia, Media and Cable Television, 1999
30Spain, Mr. Manuel Domingues, Telecommunication and Technology, 1999
31Sri Lanka, Mr. Upul Fernnando, Free Press, 1999
32Syria, Dr. Hassan Richeh, Y2K Problem, 1999
33Tajikistan, Six Civic Leaders, Civil, Human and Women's Rights, 1999
34Trinidad and Tobago, Camille Robinson-Regis, Conflict Resolution, 1999
35Turkey and Greece, 4 Journalists, Journalism, 1999

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311Turkey, Three Journalists, Media and Civil Rights, 1999
2Turkey, Mr. Nazmi Bilgin, Media and Civil Rights, 1999
3Turkey, Mr. Osman Dogru, Human Rights and Laws, 1999
4United Kingdom, Mr. Mark Richard Tami, Dinner Hospitality, 1999
5United Kingdom, Mr. Norman McLean, Director, National Mentoring Consortium, 1999
6United Kingdom, Mr. Patrick Robinson, Energy, 1999
7United Kingdom, Ms. Margaret Payne, Governmental Politics, 1999
8Uruguay, Ms. Graciela Flores, Assistant Director, Ministry of the Interior, 1999
9Uzbekistan, Six Governmental Officials, Role of Press Officers, 1999
10Various Countries, Twelve Delegates, Communicable Disease, 1999
11Various Countries, Eighteen African Women, Women as Economic Partners, 1999
12Various Countries, Eighteen Young African Leaders. Conflict Resolution, 1999
13Various Countries, Twenty African Officials, HIV/AIDS Prevention, 1999
14Various Countries, Twenty Television Broadcasters, Media and Television, 1999
15Various Countries, Twenty-two Labor Leaders, Organized Labor, 1999
16Various Countries, Seven Entrepreneurs, Business, 1999
17Various Countries, Africa, Editors and Journalist, International Business, 1999
18Various Countries, Religious Leaders, Role of Religion (canceled), 1999
19Various Countries, Researchers, Immigration and Refugees Issues, 1999
20Venezuela, Mr. Alex Pena, Intellectual Property Rights, 1999
21Vietnam, Four Officials, Ethics in Business and Government, 1999
22Africa, Twenty-five Africans, HIV/AIDS, 2000
23Austria, Dr. Mathias Traimer, Telecommunications and Deregulation, 2000
24Belgium, Mr. Yvan Capouet, Technology, 2000
25China, Mr. Huang Huanguang, United States Legal System, 2000
26China, Mr. Yu Wenli, Environmental Issues, 2000
27China, Ms. Qi Kun, Women and Education, 2000
28China, Ms. Tian Wei, Media, 2000
29Germany, Eighteen Government Officials, State and Local Government, 2000

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321Haiti, Sixteen Journalists, Elections, 2000
2India, Mr. Jawed Usmani, Technology and Government, 2000
3Indonesia, Seven Officials, Conflict Resolution/Human Rights, 2000
4Japan, "Wingbeat," Cultural Exchange, 2000
5Japan, Four Government Officials, State and Local Government, 2000
6Japan, Hideaki Nonaka, Personnel/Human Resources, 2000
7Jordan, Four Judges, U.S. Court System, 2000
8Macedonia, Mr. Nikola Dimitrov, Conflict Resolution and Security, 2000
9Malaysia, Mr. Mohamad Alwi Zulkifli, Electoral Politics (canceled), 2000
10Philippines, Two Educators, Education, 2000 (Program Only), 2000
11Russia, Twelve Educators, American Studies, 2000
12Russia, Twelve Journalists, "News on the Internet", 2000
13Spain, Five Doctors, Infectious Diseases, 2000
14Taiwan, Mr. Lin Chia-Way, Economics, 2000
15Ukraine, Four Journalists, Elections, 2000
16United Kingdom, Mr. David-John Collins, Labor and Civil Rights, 2000
17Various Countries, Six visitors, Health and Human Rights, 2000
18Various Countries, Nine Journalists, Role of Media, 2000
19Zimbabwe, Dr. David Parirenyatwa, Department/Ministry of Health, 2000
20Africa (Francophone), Eighteen Visitors, Living with AIDS, 2001
21Africa, Six Visitors, (Savannah) Conservation and Preservation, 2001
22Angola, Alexandre Andre, Role of Media in Democracy, 2001
23Angola, Mr. Manuel Augusto, Political System, HIV/AIDS, Media, 2001
24Angola, Mr. Samuel Chrissingui, Media's Role in Democracy, 2001
25Australia, Mr. Alan Griffin, Biotech Food Pharm and Election Campaigning (canceled), 2001
26Australia, Mr. Peter Zaboyak, King Center, 2001
27Austria, Mr. Markus Beyrer, Economic Development, 2001
28Austria, Mr. Thomas Seifert, Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution (canceled), 2001
29Belgium, Mr. Marc Leemans, Trade Union, 2001
30Belgium, Mr. Stephen Ryan, Law and Anti-Trust, 2001
31Belgium, Ms. Fauzaya Talhaoui, Civil Rights and Other United States Issues, 2001
32Bolivia, Mr. Carlos Mesa, Journalism and Politics, 2001
33Bosnia and Herzegovina, Four Visitors, Role of Media in Local Communities, 2001
34Brazil, Two Visitors, AIDS Policy and Prevention, 2001
35Brazil, Mr. Mario Jorge da Silva Fadell, Forest Conservation and Environmental Schools, 2001
36Brazil, Mr. Reginaldo Germano, Civil and Human Rights, 2001
37Brazil, Ms. Suzana Monteiro, American Studies, 2001
38Bulgaria, Mr. Anton Ivanov (canceled), 2001

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331Canada, Six Journalists, Networking, 2001
2Canada, Mr. Gordon Olsen, Federal and State Government and Interaction and Structure, 2001
3Canada, Mr. Keith Jones, International Air Transportation, 2001
4Canada, Mr. Renny Khan, Post-secondary Education, 2001
5China, Dr. Guoying Dang, Rural Development and Political Election, 2001
6China, Dr. Sun Liping, Advancing Democracy and Liberalization, 2001
7China, Mr. Chao Xu, Environment and Air Pollution, 2001
8China, Ms. Qian Zhen, Economic Development in Poor Communities (canceled), 2001
9China, Ms. Rui Han, American Studies, 2001
10China, Reverend Aiming Wang, Religious Freedom and Diversity, 2001
11Congo, Six Visitors, Public and Private Partnership for Equality Development, 2001
12Croatia, Four Educators, University Curriculum Development, 2001
13Dominican Republic, Ms. Aura Celeste Fernandez, Justice Reform, 2001
14Ecuador, Mr. Jorge Layana Lopez, Music Teaching Techniques, 2001
15El Salvador, Four Officials and Academics, Civil and Human Rights, 2001
16Eritrea, Dr. Eskinder Woldehaimanot, HIV/AIDS, 2001
17European Union, Mr. Andreas Julin, Standardization and Trade, 2001
18Fiji, Dr. Jimmie Rogers, Rural Planning Development, 2001
19France, Two Officials, Grassroots Organizing, 2001
20France, Two Women Trade Officials, Role of Unions, 2001
21France, Mr. Mathias Boton, Minority Issues and Labor Laws, 2001
22Germany, Four Officials, Immigration, 2001
23Germany, Mr. Manfred Kolbe, Court Issues, 2001
24Ghana, Ms. Asamoah-Hassan, Libraries, 2001
25Greece, Four University Librarians, Information Management, 2001
26Hungary, Mr. Attila Murzsa, Minority Issues and Civil Rights, 2001
27India, Two Officials, Industry and Environment, 2001
28India, Mr. Nepram Vikramjit Singh, HIV/AIDS Programs, 2001
29Indonesia, Three Officials, Non-union Company Visit, 2001
30Indonesia, Moesa and Aribowo, Rights and Religious Institutions, 2001
31Indonesia, Mr. Abdul Rahman Yacob, Human Rights, 2001
32Israel, Nine Visitors, "Young, Emerging Leaders", 2001
33Japan, Two Visitors, Dinner Hospitality, 2001
34Japan, Ms. Hiromi Miyauchi, Public Policy, 2001
35Jordan, Four Visitors, Judaica Training, 2001
36Kazakhstan, Five Journalism Professors, Journalism Training, 2001
37Kazakhstan, Five Visitors, Women's Studies, 2001
38Madagascar, Nirina Rabozakandraina, Public Health and Food Safety, 2001
39Malaysia, Dr. Mohammed Hatta, Political and Human Rights, 2001
40Mexico, Jose Rivera, Urban Renewal and Development, 2001
41Mexico, Mr. Armando Alfonzo, Human Rights, 2001
42Middle East, Ten Media Officials, Television and Journalism, 2001
43Morocco, Mr. Omar Haloui, Human and Civil Rights, 2001

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341Morocco, Mr. Omar Mouddani, Telecommunications and Intellectual Property Rights, 2001
2Morocco, Ms. Leila Rhiwi, Human and Civil Rights, 2001
3Nepal, Nine Visitors, U.S. History and Law, 2001
4Netherlands, Dr. J. Peter Rehwinkel, Media Civil Rights and Election Observation, 2001
5New Zealand, Mr. Francis Wevers, Hotel and Orchestra, 2001
6Oman, Dr. Asya Bint Ali Al-Riyami, Public Health, 2001
7Panama, Ms. Lineth Del-Cid, Media and Culture, 2001
8Philippines, Two Visitors, U.S. State and Federal Governments, 2001
9Philippines, Mr. Jose Gascon, Human Rights, Democracy, Peace and Conflict Resolution, 2001
10Poland, Two Journalists, Internet Media, 2001
11Poland, Pawel Lukasiak, Non-governmental Organizations (Savannah), 2001
12Portugal, Mr. Goncalo Teles Gomes, Conflict Resolution, 2001
13Qatar, Mr. Sultan Al-Naimi, Information Technology and Media, 2001
14Russia, Eleven Visitors, State and City Public Health and Management, 2001
15Russia, Seven Doctors, HIV/AIDS Awareness, 2001
16South Africa, Seven Parliamentarians, Gender Equality, 2001
17South Africa, Mr. Chalmers Vuyo Mbuli, Commercial Television and Radio (canceled), 2001
18South Africa, Mr. Logan Abraham David Wort, Information Technology and Business, 2001
19South Africa, Mr. Menzi Simelane, Trade, Privatization and Deregulation, 2001
20South Africa, Mr. Michael Masutha, Civil Rights, 2001
21South Africa, Teboho Loate, Justice System, 2001
22South Korea, Dr. Kim Dai-Byung, Food Policy and Safety, 2001
23South Korea, Dr. Park Young-Ho, U.S.-Korean Relations, 2001
24South Korea, Mr. Lim Dae-Yun, City Public Policy, 2001
25South Korea, Mr. Song-Moo Heo, Plant and Animal Health, 2001
26South Korea, Ms. Kum-Sil Kang, U.S. Foreign Policy and Security Policy, 2001
27Trinidad and Tobago, Ms. Ann-Merise Duncan, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, 2001
28United Kingdom, Simon Woolley, Race Relations, 2001
29Uzbekistan, Five Television Station Directors, Program and Management, 2001
30Various Countries, Ten African Officials, National Policy, 2001

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351Various Countries, Fourteen Health Officials, Eradication of Infectious Diseases, 2001
2Various Countries, Fourteen Visitors, Conflict Resolution, 2001
3Various Countries, Fifteen Delegates, Grassroots Democracy, 2001
4Various Countries, Seventeen African Officials, United States Economy and Trade, 2001
5Various Countries, Five University Officials, American Studies, 2001
6Various Countries, Six East Asian and Pacific Sub-region Visitors, Role of Private Sector in Domestic Abuse, 2001
7Various Countries, Nine Educators, Higher Education Administration, 2001
8Vietnam, Two Buddhist Monks, Freedom of Religion and International Affairs School, 2001
9Zimbabwe, Mr. Trevor V. Ncube, Role of Media in United States Society, 2001
10Afghanistan, Five Women, Leadership Development, 2002
11Africa (Francophone), Twelve Officials, Conflict Resolution, 2002
12Africa (Francophone), Fourteen Officials, Health and Environmental Issues, 2002
13Africa, Ten Delegates, Islam and Religion in America, 2002
14Africa, Eleven Visitors, Muslim Women Governance and Economics, 2002
15Albania, Four Journalists, Media and U.S. Foreign Policy with Balkans, 2002
16Angola, Two Visitors, HIV/AIDS, 2002
17Armenia, Mr. Gennadi Gevorgyan, Media Involvement in Community Development and Civic Activism, 2002
18Austria, Mr. Tillman Fuchs, Government and Media, 2002
19Bangladesh, Five Delegates, University Administration, 2002

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361Brazil, Two Delegates, Media Relations, 2002
2Brazil, Two Doctors, Health and HIV/AIDS Awareness, 2002
3Brazil, Two Doctors, Public Health, 2002
4Brazil, Two Environmentalists, Cross Border Environmental Issues, 2002
5Brazil, Six Delegates, HIV/AIDS, 2002
6Brazil, Six Visitors, Minority Issues and Higher Education, 2002
7Brazil, Dr. Suely Tuboi, Epidemiology (canceled), 2002
8Brazil, Mr. Antonio Corriera da Silva, Child Prostitution, 2002
9Brazil, Ms. Flavia Oliveria da Fraga, International Trade and Minority Issues, 2002
10Brazil, Ms. Ruth Costa and Ms. Maria Correia, Race Relations, 2002
11Brazil, Ms. Zenaide Azeredo, Military and Defense Issues, 2002
12Bulgaria, Eight Delegates, American Library Association Conference, 2002
13China, Four Journalists, Media and Policy, 2002
14China, Six Delegates, Religion in the United States, 2002
15China, Dr. Jia Liu, Libraries (canceled), 2002
16China, Dr. Zhang Yanping, Enviromental Issues, 2002
17China, Mr. Lioxing Wang, Politics and Elections, 2002
18China, Mr. Zhang Jiang, Media and Free Speech, 2002
19China, Mr. Zhang Yi, Public Health and HIV/AIDS, 2002
20China, Ms. Leiyan Jiang, Enviroment, Technology and Non-Governmental Organizations, 2002
21Croatia, Six Members, Protective Services Delegation, 2002
22Ecuador, Four Visitors, Higher Education, 2002
23Egypt, Six Visitors, Human Rights and Non-governmental Organizations, 2002
24Fiji, Mr. Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Media, Television, Journalism, 2002
25Gambia, Dr. Donald Ekong, Vocational Training and Community Colleges (canceled), 2002
26Germany, Dr. Ursula Weidenfeld, U.S. Economy and Growth, 2002
27Germany, Mr. Andreas Chichowicz, U.S. Media and Foreign Policy, 2002
28Guinea, Three Visitors, Small Arms Proliferation, 2002
29Hungary, Seven Romas, Minority Issues (canceled), 2002
30India, Two Delegates, Criminal Justice, 2002
31India, Four Delegates, HIV/AIDS, 2002
32India, Dr. Mukesh Kumar, Policies on Research and Development, 2002
33Indonesia, Three Trade Union/Non-governmental Organizations Representatives, Labor Issues, 2002
34Indonesia, Mr. Muhammad Fikri, Civil Rights, 2002
35Italy, Ms. Lisa D. Feliciantonio, United States Communications Regulation Affairs, 2002
36Japan, Eleven Delegates, Home Hospitality, 2002
37Japan, Four Sewage Management Officials, Sewage Management, 2002
38Japan, Eight Visitors, "Wingbeat" Program, 2002

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371Kazakhstan, Two Delegates, Anti-drinking and Anti-smoking Programs, 2002
2Kazakhstan, Two Doctors, Public Health, 2002
3Kazakhstan, Mr. Serik Jalmukhanov, Blood Bank and Donations, 2002
4Kyrgyzstan, Seven Law Enforcement Officials, Human and Civil Rights, 2002
5Latvia, Five Delegates, Good Government and Ethical Behavior, 2002
6Macau, Mr. Kevin Lam, Airport Infrastructure (canceled), 2002
7Madagascar, Dr. Jean Randriasamimanana, Drugs and HIV/AIDS, 2002
8Malawi, Dr. Agnes Moses, HIV/AIDS, 2002
9Mali, Four Visitors, Festivals, 2002
10Moldova, Mrs. Valentina Lungu, Women's Rights and Gender Relations, 2002
11Montenegro, Three Officials, Information Technology in American Libraries, 2002
12Montenegro, Mr. Aleksandar Djurisic, State Legislature and Lobbying, 2002
13Netherlands, Mr. Dirk Meijer, Public Health and Food Inspection, 2002
14Peru, Three Congressmen and Congresswomen, Role of Representatives in Congress, 2002
15Philippines, Dr. Mary Pinero, Public Health, 2002
16Poland, Two Theater Directors, Arts and Drama, 2002
17Poland, Mr. Adam Bartosz, Jewish History, 2002
18Russia, Twelve Officials, Child Welfare, 2002
19Serbia, Two Doctors, Public Administration and Private Establishments, 2002
20Serbia, Dr. Svetomir, Epidemiology, 2002
21Serbia, Mr. Aleksander Radic, Military Issues, 2002
22South Africa, Thirteen Parliamentarians, United States Politics and Legislative Systems, 2002
23South Africa, Mr. Romeo Khumalo, Television and Media, 2002
24South Africa, Mr. Thivagaren Pillay, Government Finance, 2002
25South Africa, Ms. Mary Papayya, Radio Broadcasting and Democracy, 2002
26South Korea, Dr. Yoon, Agriculture and Trade Regulations, 2002
27Spain, Three Health Officials, Food Security and Management, 2002
28Tanzania, Nine Visitors, Grassroots Multi-party Democracy, 2002
29Trinidad and Tobago, Ms. Ester Rajpaul, Internal Revenue Service Reform, 2002
30Ukraine, Six Visitors, Tourism and Historic Preservation, 2002
31United Kingdom, Ms. Christine Buckley, Journalism and Trade Policies, 2002
32Uzbekistan, Five Visitors, Free Flow of Media Information, 2002
33Uzbekistan, Mr. Umid Artykov, Film (canceled), 2002
34Various Countries, Twelve Delegates, Comparative Higher Education, 2002
35Various Countries, Twelve Delegates, Culture and Tourism, 2002
36Various Countries, Thirteen Women, Women in Sports and Gender Equality, 2002
37Various Countries, Sixteen Visitors, HIV/AIDS, 2002
38Various Countries, Twenty Delegates, Peaceful Change in Democracy, 2002
39Various Countries, Twenty-five Delegates, Libraries, 2002

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381Various Countries, Twenty-six Visitors, University Administration, 2002
2Venezuela, Three Members, "Human Rights Training for Non-Governmental Organizations", 2002
3Africa, Eleven Visitors, "Building a Sense of Community Through Radio and Information Technology", 2003
4China, Dr. Yinhua Ma, HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention, 2003
5China, Ms. Guo Youru Xian, Children's Welfare Institute, 2003
6India, Mr. Mohammed Abdul Shoheb, Editor, 2003
7Indonesia, Ms. Juanda, Acehnese Civil Society Task Force, 2003
8Japan, Three Management Students, 2003
9Kazakhstan, Three Government AIDS Workers, 2003
10Malawi, Seven Visitors, "Religion in the United States", 2003
11Morocco, Mrs. Jamila Sedqi, Legal Advisor, Moroccan Observatory for Children's Rights, 2003
12Pakistan, Seven University Administrators, 2003
13Paraguay, Ms. Fatima Judith Alana Andrada, Coordinator-Human Rights Unit, 2003
14Romania, Ms. Christina Eugenua Bucata, 2003
15Southeast Asia, Five Activists, "Trafficking Women and Children", 2003
16Uzbekistan, Ms. Shaazim Minovarov, Chair, Committee on Religious Affairs, 2003
17Various Countries, Sixteen Visitors, "Privatization and the United States Economy", 2003
18Various Countries, Five Journalists and Editors, 2003
19Various Countries, Seven University Administrators, Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, 2003
20Various Countries, Eight Activists, "Trafficking Women and Children", 2003
21Afghanistan, Nine Teachers and Religious Leaders, "Democracy and Civil Society", 2004
22Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, Nine Educators, 2004
23Canada, Three Government Officials, "U.S. Trade Policy: North American Free Trade Agreement and Free Trade Area of the Americas", 2004
24Ethiopia, Dr. Andreas Eshete, Lecturer, Addis Ababa University, 2004
25Portugal, Mr. Angelo Seica Neves, Ministry of Finance, 2004