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||Eve Nicklin arrives in Peru from the United States and becomes the first resident pioneer to settle in Lima.
||The National Spiritual Assembly of South America is elected at a convention in Lima, Peru. [BW1 2:60]
- 18 of the 27 delegates are present at the convention. [BW12:60]
||NSA of South America
||The Regional Spiritual Assembly of Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela is formed at Lima, Peru. [BW13:257]
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Peru is formed. [BW13:258]
||The first international Quechua conference is held in Cusco, Peru, attended by Bahá’ís from Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador.
||Quechua; Conferences, Bahai; Conferences, International; First conferences
||The first International Conference of Bahá’í Women in South America is held in Lima, Peru, attended by 200 women from 12 countries. [BW17:172]
- For picture see BW17:211.
||Conferences, Bahai; Conferences, International; Conferences, Women; Women; First conferences
|1985 2 – 5 Aug
||An International Youth Conference to support the United Nations International Youth Year is held in Lima, Peru, attended by 500 youth from 18 countries and representing four native tribes. [BW19:300]
- For picture see BW19:322.
|Lima; Peru; Latin America
||Conferences, Bahai; Conferences, Youth; Conferences, International; Conferences, International; Conferences, International; Youth; International Youth Year
||A five-day teaching project in the Lake Titicaca region of Peru enrols 738 youth and 1,026 adults, almost half of whom are women. [BINS184:10]
- A later report gives the figure as over 2,000. [BINS185:8]
|Lake Titicaca; Peru
|2013 5 Mar
||The passing of Mas'ud Khamsi, former Counsellor member of the International Teaching Centre in Lima, Peru. [BWNS943]
||Masud Khamsi; Counsellors; International Teaching Centre, Members of