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Content list OC Chair Invitation Letter

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OC PRE RM

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OC RM

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PERU: All you should know

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Theme event: Health equity

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Travel information

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Visas

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 About Trujillo  Accomodation  Venue  Social Program  Regional Meeting  Transportation:  Accommodation and Venue:  Social program:  Meals PostRM

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Fees: Pre-RM, RM, Post RM, Pre-RM Social Program Fee, RM Social Program Fee

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Important Dates  Registrations  Payments  Cancelations and substitutions

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Important contact information and addresses. 50  Hotel , Venue


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Message from the OC Dear Ifmsians On behalf IFMSA-PERU, we are very excited and motivated to invite the IFMSA Community to the Americas Regional Meeting 2017. In this opportunity, the event will take place in the beautiful Lima, city of the Kings, that is considered "Cultural Patrimony of Humanity".The lay-out of the main streets, the plazas, parks, the mansions with typical Lima style wooden balconies and churches let us see and relive the viceroyalty and republican era. What’s more, the stunning scenery, wonderful landscapes and delicious typical foods makes Lima the best city to get together for the Regional Meeting 2017. However, this is not all. We have prepared amazing routes around our country in order to meet the most important Peruvian cities. On the other hand, our theme event has been chosen due to the unfortunate ocurrences that are still happening in the world and, as medical students, we should not ignore. Last, but not least, we have arranged a luxurious accommodation and varied nightlife that makes Peru impossible to forget. Our experience give us the certain that the Regional Meeting 2017 will have an impact on your medical education, improve your knowledge and exchange experiences, ideas and projects with other future physicians around the Region. You shouldn’t miss it. Dip into the thriving Lima!

Jazmin Pantoja Arce OC Chair

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Pre-RM Organizing Committee

Larry Leiva Chair of Pre Regional Meeting +51 993 752 567 larrylvac@gmail.com

Pierina Gonzalez Logistics Coordinator +51 947 877 568 pierina_cgc@hotmail.com

Iván Fabrizio Canaval Finances Coordinator +51 937 584 587 fabrizzio.canaval@gmail.com

Claudia Cigüeñas Logistics Coordinator +51 999 905 879 claciza_9291@hotmail.com

Miluska Ramirez Accommodation and Venue Coordinator +51 969 910 025 miluskaramirez23@gmail.com

Gino Chong Logistics Coordinator +51 982 615 861 ginochong@outlook.com

Mario Sergio Amaya Social Program Coordinator +51 948 565 468 msr_amaya@hotmail.com

Nelush Soriano Protocol Coordinator +51 942 330 802 sorianorosasfna@gmail.com

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Organizing Committee RM Jazmin Pantoja Arce Chair chair.rm2017@gmail.com telf: +51 977 177 316

Joselyn Ye Tay Vice Chair joselyn.ye.t@upch.pe telf: +51 993 430 596

Stefany Alfaro Amez Treasurer telf: +51 999 906 972

Jhon Mejia Dolores Registration and Visa Coordinator telf: +51 942 116 275

Diego Romani Pozo & Beatriz Mendez Dรกvila Accomodation and Venue Coordinator telf: +51 993 804 614

Romina Rios Blanco, Wendy Alania Estrella & Vicky Martel Ramos Logistics telf: +51 989 262 678

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Organizing Committee RM Cristel QuiĂąones Palacios & William Lezama Alva Social Program Coordinator telf: +51 987 966 719

Brenda Salinas Ochoa Publicity Coordinator telf: +51 999 772 314

Stephanie Mosquera Alimentation Coordinator telf: +51 962 769 236

Michael Reyes Diaz & Alexander Monroy Hidalgo Event Theme Coordinator telf: +51 995 266 648

Silvia Delgado GarcĂ­a Sponsors Coordinator telf: +51 979 387 898

Maria Claudia Campos Rosas Post-RM Coordinator Telf.: +51 956 616 644

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PERU: All you should know Every place on Earth is fascinating and unique, but Peru is one of those countries that manage to stand above the crowd. This place has so many natural and cultural treasures that have fascinated people for hundreds of years, and still fascinates them today. Peru is located on the west coast of South America, it is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and its lands are full of so many natural and cultural treasures. Peru is well known for being an extremely biodiverse country, with habitats ranging from the arid plains of the Pacific coastal region in the west to the peaks of the Andes mountains vertically extending from the north to the southeast of and geographical territory, create many different and ideal ecosystems, now, home of a great variety of flora and fauna.

History Throughout its history, Peru has been the meeting ground for different nations and cultures; it is a nation of mixed ethnic origins, full of mysticism, adventure and thousands of stories, myths and legends. Although the Inca’s Machu Picchu is the most famous archeological site in the country, it is just the tip of the iceberg. Peru had many fascinating diverse cultures and remains untouched by time. Caral is the oldest civilization in South America, contemporaneous with the most famous ancient civilizations in Egypt, India and China. The Nasca culture gives us the legacy of its mysterious and enigmatic desert drawings; Chimu cultures built the largest adobe city of the world “Chan Chan”; Chachapoyas culture shows us the greatest of its fortress soaked up with mystery.

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PERU: All you should know FUN FACTS

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Peru grows more than 55 varieties of corn, and you can just about find it in any color including yellow, purple, white and black.

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The potato is originally from Peru, and there are over 3,000 different varieties. Proud Peruvians use the phrase “Soy mas Peruano que la papa” (I am more Peruvian than the potato).

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The Inca Empire The Inca Empire known as “El Tahuantinsuyo” (Land of four quarters) conquered most of these cultures covering the region from southern Colombia to central Chile, including also some regions of Bolivia and northern Argentina. During this time they built fabulous mountaintop citadels, including the famous Machu Picchu.

Culture

Cuy or Guinea Pig is a traditional dish eaten in Peru

Peruvian culture is the result of the encounter between two different worlds that have brought an active, vibrant and colorful life.

Peru is the 6th largest producer of gold.

Festivities and traditional parties

The National University of San Marcos is the oldest in the Americas and was founded on the 12th of May of 1551. Peru has the second largest amount of Shamans in the world, second only to India.

Local festivities are the best way to approach the roots of our country and learn about its tradition. In most of the Andean festivities, the Sun (Wiracocha), the mountains (Apus) and the land (Pachamama) play as the central worship.

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PERU: All you should know Here the dances mark these celebrations symbolizing the offering that the local settlers provide the divinities in recognition for a plentiful harvest, good health and bountiful work. The traditional parties that represent this relationship between the human and the divine are one of the country´s unique human resources. As a result of this, we can say that Peru is a country where history is alive due to its traditions that have persisted over time. IFMSA PERU invites you to come to Peru, discover our land and let us show you deep inside our country. Our NMO has organized many themes and events. In addition, we had prepared amazing surprises for all of you. It will be a unique and unforgettable experience. It is our goal in Peruvian Soul that travelers go back home taking a little of the love and passion we have for our country. Pack your senses and come to Peru!

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The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu was lost to the Amazon Jungle for hundreds of years, until it was re-discovered by Hiram Bingham the American explorer The finest cottons in the world, Pima and Tanguis are Peruvian. Peru is home to the highest sand dune in the world. Cerro Blanco located in the Sechura Desert near the Nazca Lines measures 3,860 feet (1,176 meters) from the base to the summit. Peru is a surfer’s paradise. Chicama has the world’s longest left-handed wave at 4km’s long, and Mancora (close by) has the world’s largest left-handed pointbreak.

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PERU: All you should know FUN FACTS

Here are 3 official languages in Peru: Spanish, Quechua and Aymara, but east of the Andes in Amazon Jungle regions it is thought that natives speak a further 13 different languages. Lake Titicaca in Southern Peru is the world’s highest navigable lake, and South America largest lake.

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Theme Event Climate Change in the Americas Region The effect of climate change on health is one of the greatest public health problems health systems will face in the coming years. Human activity has been the major contributor to accelerate pollution and rising temperatures globally since industrial revolution, making this change so fast that we are not able to adapt. Already in 2004 the UN had reported more than 7 million deaths attributed to air pollution, and it is estimated that by 2030, climate change will cause about 250,000 additional deaths. Today we know that climate change will affect the health of people directly (increased heat waves, extreme weather events and natural disasters) and indirect (unsafe sources of food and drinking water, change in the pattern of diseases), but there are serious limitations to predict the extent of damage using current data. In order to face this problem, governments have been using a set of estimates called "Climate Change Scenarios" to guide their actions and policies, thus preventing the effects of increased temperature on water resources, food availability, economic activities and quality of life of people. As health professionals, as well as prepare to meet the various pathologies associated with climate change, we must also become stakeholders focused on minimizing its effects, establishing prevention and damage control, ensuring a better place to live to our future generations.

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Theme Event First Round Table: A Climate Change Overview What we know so far about Climate Change? Climate Change Scenarios: and Indigenous Population model Public Policies responses to Climate Change Second Round Table: Climate change consequence on Health Non-transmissible diseases Emergency and Disaster Medicina Preparedness Transmissible diseases.

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Travel information We show you the options that you have in order to come to Peru. Choose one!

References Country Canada CanadaQuebec USA Mexico Honduras Guatemala El Salvador Costa Rica Nicaragua Panama Dominican Republic Jamaica Grenada Antigua & Barbuda

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Agency Avianca Avianca Multi Avianca Avianca Copa Avianca Avianca Copa Avianca Avianca Avianca Avianca Avianca Avianca Avianca Multi Avianca Copa Avianca Copa Avianca Multi Multi Multi Multi Multi Multi

Cost (USD) 609 477 1588 708 760 767 580 564 1507 1163 995 431 1155 693 836 435 987 1102 643 566 767 990 1047 1074 1197 1235 1120 1230

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Travel information Country Venezuela Colombia Ecuador Chile Argentina

Transportation Kind of trip Flight tickets Direct With stops Bus Tickets Direct Flight tickets Direct With stops Bus Tickets Direct Flight tickets Direct With stops Bus Tickets Direct Flight tickets Direct With stops Bus Tickets Direct Flight tickets Direct With stops Bus Tickets Direct

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Agency TACA Copa Ormeño Avianca Avianca Cruz del Sur TACA Tame Cruz del Sur Sky airline Avianca Cruz del Sur TACA Sky airline Cata Internacional TACA Peruvian Airlines Ormeño TACA Avianca Caracol TACA Avianca TACA LAN Multi Multi

Cost (USD) 666 765 342 535 479 402 402 400 260 243 455 240 968 465 492 351 316 170 370 495 440 487 814 457 678 1289 1305

* Important Note:  Your fee doesn´t include your bus/flight ticket from Trujillo (Pre – RM) to Lima (RM). It should be book and paid by yourself: o Bus ticket: USD 20 o Flight ticket: USD 70

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Travel information Peru Currency: Peruvian Sol Currency exchange rate:

Currency 1 USD 1 Euro 1 Argentine peso 1 Brazilian Real 1 Chilean peso 1 Mexican peso

2016 Average: S/. 3,5034 2016 Average: S/. 3,8961 2016 Average: S/. 0,2347 2016 Average: S/. 0,8795 2016 Average: S/. 0,0050 2016 Average: S/. 0,1910

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Travel information Peru Currency: Peruvian Nuevo Sol Banknotes

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10 Nuevos Soles The main feature is the portrait of José Abelardo Quiñones, hero of the Peruvian Air Force.

The main feature is the preColumbian Inca site of Machu Picchu, Heritage of Humanity.

20 Nuevos Soles The main feature is the portrait of Raúl Porras Barrenechea, historian, diplomat, and university professor.

The main feature is a Chimu wall of the archaeological site of Chan Chan.

50 Nuevos Soles The main feature is the portrait of Abraham Valdelomar Pinto, writer.

The main feature is the Temple Nuevo Chavín de Huántar.

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The main feature is the portrait of Jorge Basadre Grohmann, historian.

The main feature is the archaeological site of El Gran Pajatén, San Martín.

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The main feature is the portrait of Saint Rose of Lima, Patroness of the Americas.

The main feature is the Sacred City of Caral, Supe.

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Travel information Average price of items     

Water bottle average price (0.33lt): S/. 1.50 600ml coke average price: S/. 2.50 BigMac average price: S/. 12.00 Domestic beer average price: S/. 5.00 Cappuccino average price: S/. 5.00

Important facts:  Smoke Free Places: Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed public places, enclosed workplaces, and public transportation. In addition, smoking is prohibited within the outdoor premises of health and educational institutions. The hotel rooms and public spaces are smoke free. You will only be able to smoke on outdoors, designated areas.  Electricity plugs: Electricity in Peru is 220 Volts and 60 Hertz (cycles per second). If you plug in a 110-volt appliance, prepare yourself for a puff of smoke and a broken piece of equipment. If you want to use a 110volt appliance in Peru, you’ll need to buy a power adapter. But always check before spending money on an adapter, as many modern laptops and digital cameras can safely take both 110 and 220 volts (they are dual voltage). So if you're taking a laptop to Peru, you'll probably only need a plug adapter.

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Visa There are three ways to enter Peru, so we separated countries into three groups according to the case. IDENTITY DOCUMENT REQUIRED A valid identity card is required to enter Peru. The identity card should be at least six months valid after your departure in Peru. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Uruguay Venezuela

PASSPORT REQUIRED A valid passport is required to enter Peru. The passport should be at least six months valid after your departure in Peru. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Canada Grenada Guyana Honduras Jamaica Mexico Panamá Costa Rica Trinidad y Tobago United States of America

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Visa VISA REQUIRED Our OC will provide the oficial Invitation Letter for individuals who require a VISA. Please apply for a “Tourist VISA”. More info about the VISA requirements can be asked at the Peruvian Embassies. For VISA inquiries, you can contact visascoordinator.rmperu@gmail.com ● ● ● ● ●

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El Salvador Guatemala Haiti Nicaragua Dominican Republic

All information of this section is available in the Republic of Peru Ministry of Foreign Affairs website: http://www.rree.gob.pe/servicioalciudadano/Documents/REQUERIMIENTOS _DE_VISAS_PARA_CIUDADANOS_EXTRANJERO.pd

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About Trujillo The Pre Regional Meeting 2017, will be held in Trujillo, which is the capital of La Libertad department, located at an altitude of 34 meters and 5 km from the Pacic Ocean, is one of the most beautiful and harmonic cities in the country. It is known like the city of the Eternal Spring because of the great weather that gives a wonderful environment. It is the third largest in the country after Lima and Arequipa coastal city. Trujillo is also famous by its traditional fests like the Marinera National Competition, The Spring International Fest, “Caballos de Paso” Competition, exhibitions and competitions of “Caballitos de Totora” usually made in Huanchaco Beach, etc. It is an excellent destination for those who are looking for new experiences in the gastronomical, archeological, historical, social and adventure fields.

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Accomodation The Hotel “El Gran Marquez” offers specially designed and equipped rooms to make your stay in Trujillo as pleasant as possible. Located in one of the quietest areas of the city, you will have available comfortable rooms, where you might pleasantly rest and begin a new work day. We guarantee your comfort; with their kind attention, wide options of activities and a building specially made for you relax and distraction after a busy day.

“El Gran Marquez” hotel Díaz de Cienfuegos 145, Urb. La Merced . Trujillo. Tel +51 (044) 481710

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Venue The Pre- RM will be held at the new building of the Faculty of Human Medicine of the Antenor Orrego Private University, the biggest medical education center in the north of the country

Antenor Orrego Private University Av. AmĂŠrica Sur 3145 Monserrate. Tel +51[044] 604444 FAX 282900 Each workshop session will take place in a classroom fully equipped with multimedia, stereo speakers and high speed Wi-Fi; we will also have 1 Auditorium available for the Opening Ceremony.

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Venue The lunch and dinner will be served in the cafeteria of the university, which is a comfortable and wide place prepared to give you an adequate social integration between each other. Really close to the venue you will find the Real Plaza Mall, where you’ll get every single thing you could be looking for.

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Social Program During this Pre Regional Meeting 2017 we will have 4 social programs in 4 different places: AMA-Disco, Wachake GastroBar, Huanchaco Beach and Chan Chan. For all these Social Programs we will be having transportation from the Hotel to each scheduled place. SCHEDULE

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FRIDAY 13TH: AMA DISCO LOUNGE

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SUNDAY 15TH: HUANCHACO BEACH PARTY

MONDAY 16TH: CHAN CHAN ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE. GUIDED TOUR AROUND THE RUINS OF A PERUVIAN ANCIENT CIVILIZATION.

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Transportation The transportation that will be provided by the OC from the Hotel to the Inauguration place, venue and Social Programs will be included in your fee. The routes are as follows:  Hotel (Av. Arenales, Lince) to the Inauguration place (Av. Brasil): distance 40 minutes.  Hotel (Av. Arenales, Lince) to the Venue (430 Av. Honorio Delgado, S.M.P): distance 45 minutes; round trip 1h 30 min.  Hotel (Av. Arenales, Lince) to Social Programs (1. AV. Brasil – Barranco, 2. Barranco, 3. Barranco, 4. Primavera, 5. La Molina)

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Accomodation “Carrera� Hotel Jiron Velarde 123, Lince Tel: +51 (01) 619-5200

Hotel Carrera, a four-star hotel, is located in Lince district, near the Historical Center of Lima, shopping and financial offices in San Isidro. The style of the hotel is colonial, where you can find wooden roofs, chandeliers and historical Peruvian decor. The double, triples and quadruples rooms that the hotel offers are spacious and highly equipped. Each room has comfortable beds, phone, free Wi-Fi internet Access, TV with cable, private bathroom and air conditioning. This guarantees a comfortable and pleasant stay.

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The hotel has a restaurant that has many tasty Peruvian and international dishes. The only meal included for the guests is the buffet breakfast.

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Venue

Cayetano Heredia University Av. Honorio Delgado 430, Urb. Ingeniería, S.M.P. Lima Perú. Tel: (51-1)319-0000

Cayetano Heredia University is located in the district of San Martin de Porres 20 minutes from both hotels. It has ample open space with gardens with all the facilities to be used during conferences. It has more than 20 classrooms with full readiness for up to 50 people each and the conference hall ‘‘Hernan Torres’’ can afford more than 250 people.

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Social Program SCHEDULE January 17th: WELCOME DINNER Enjoy a delicious dinner with the best of Peruvian Music. Also you are gonna have the oportunity to try our famous PISCO SOUR!!! We wait for you in “Asociación Cultural Brisas del Titicaca” Wait, we have more!! After this, we are going to Barranco, the district where you can find the best of reggaeton, electronic, salsa, bachata, etc. Dress code: Casual.

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Social Program SCHEDULE January 18th: BIERHAUS NIGHT Let’s celebrate the summer together! On the second night you'll be guaranteed fun. We’ll enjoy one of the best nightclubs located in the most bohemian district of our capital: Barranco Bierhaus. Dress code: Casual. Hour: 22:00 hrs

January 19th: HELP You can´t miss the famous HELP´S THURSDAY!!! Come and enjoy one of the best parties in Barranco. This party is going to be unforgetable ;) Dress code: Casual. Hour: 22:00 hrs

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Social Program SCHEDULE January 20th: AURA And the party doesn´t stop guys!! Let´s go to enjoy one of the most popular and fanciest night clubs in Lima: AURA Dress code: Sport Elegant Hour: 23:00 hrs

January 21st: NATIONAL FOOD AND DRINKING PARTY On our last night, we’ll meet to taste some of our country's typical dishes. Don't miss the opportunity to try the tasty "papa a la huancaína", "carapulcra", "aji de gallina". And to drink our famous “Pisco sour". We invite you to bring your typical dishes or drinks. KEEP CALM, THIS IS A PARTY SO WE HAVE FOR YOU MUSIC (REGGAETON, SALSA, ELECTRONIC, BACHATA, ETC), ALCOHOL, AND MORE

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Social Program SCHEDULE January 21st: NATIONAL FOOD AND DRINKING PARTY

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Meals Meals will be served in the Venue. The breakfast will be served at the Hotel. We have included several traditional foods that you should not miss if you visit Peru.

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Peruvian cuisine Peruvian cuisine is the result of the initial melting of the culinary tradition of ancient Peru, with its own techniques and potajeswith Spanish cuisine in its variant most strongly influenced by 762 years of Moorish presence in the Iberian Peninsula, with a significant contribution culinary customs brought from the Atlantic coast of sub-Saharan Africa by slaves. Thereafter, the mixing was influenced by the culinary uses and customs of the French chefs who fled the revolution in their country to settle in number, in the capital of the Viceroyalty of Peru. Equally crucial was the influence of immigration of the nineteenth century, which included ChineseCantonese, Japanese and Italian, among other mainly European origins.

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Cebiche: Perhaps the typical Peruvian dish best known internationally. The basic ingredients of any cebiche in Peru are pieces of fish, lemon juice, pepper, onion and salt. You can add other ingredients such as chopped cilantro and celery. It can be served accompanied by boiled sweet potato, highland field, corn, weed and lettuce leaves. Aji de gallina: It consists of a thick cream made of milk, bread and broth is added to cooked and shredded chicken. It served with potatoes and / or rice. TallarĂ­n saltado: Dish is a combination of boiled noodles with salt with a little juices prepared in a pan with hot oil in which the meat previously seasoned with salt, pepper, and cumin ajinomoto browns. To this is added red onion tomato and onion chopped Chinese. And you add soy sauce, salt and season to taste.

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Lomo saltado: This is a dish made with pieces of meat, which must be properly seasoned in a pan with salt, pepper, cumin, garlic, soy sauce, comes with fries. It is usually accompanied by rice.

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Causa: Rich dish made on the basis of yellow potatoes kneaded with oil like Pure, it is added to the mixture, lemon, chopped pepper, salt and pepper to taste. It can be stuffed with tuna.

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Papa a la huancaina: One of the tastier and known Peruvian dishes, cream sauce is made by grinding or blending yellow pepper with milk, oil, crackers and cheese is usually served over boiled potatoes and served with rice. Papa rellena: Delicious dish consisting of a mass of cooked potato, wrapped around a filling made with beef, onions, olives and hard boiled eggs, all these chopped. It served with rice.

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Post RM Cuzco January 22nd – 25th The Post Regional Meeting will be held in the city of Cuzco, located in the center and south of Peru, archaeological capital of America and cultural heritage of humanity. ¥Cuzco, navel of the world! Cusco, first tourist destination in our country, located at 1494 km from the city of Lima, to 3399 msnm. with a cold and dry climate. It has a great archaeological wealth left by the empire of Tahuantinsuyo and the passage of the Spanish. Around the city, there are many Inca archeological and colonial as the archaeological site of Macchupicchu, declared by UNESCO as a wonder of the modern world. Price: $ 315 Included: food, hostel, tickets to tourist sites, transportation, bilingual tour guide. AIR TICKETS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

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Post RM CUZCO January 22nd – 25th

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Post RM CUZCO January 22nd – 25th ITINERARY Day 1

08:00 - 12:00 12:00 – 12:30 22/01/16 12:30 – 13:00 13:00 - 14:00 14:00 – 18:30 18:30 – 19:30 19:30 08:00 – 09:00 – 23/01/16 13:00 – 14:30 – 19:30 – 20:30

Arrival Lima-Cuzco Transfer from the airport to hostel Check in at the hostel Lunch (local restaurant) “City Tours” Dinner (local restaurant) Free time

Day 2

09:00 13:00 14:30 19:30 20:30

Day 3

06:00 Travel from the hostel to Ollantaytambo train station 07:30 Train to “Aguas Calientes” station 08:30 Breakfast in “Aguas Calientes” 09:00 Bus to “Machupicchu” 13:30 Machupicchu 14:00 Bus from Machupicchu to Aguas calientes 15:30 Lunch (local restaurant) 16.30 Free time in “Aguas Calientes” 21:00 Return to Cuzco city 22:00 Dinner (local restaurant) Free Time

Day 4

09:00 Breakfast in the hostel 14:30 “Moras Moray” 15:30 Lunch (local restaurant) 17:00 Arrival to airport Return to Lima

02:30 – 06:00 – 24/01/16 07:30 – 08:30 – 09:00 – 13:30 – 14:00 – 15:30 – 16:30 – 21:00 – 22:00

08:00 – 09:00 – 25/01/16 14:30 – 15:30 – 17:00

Breakfast in the hostel “Valle Sagrado” Lunch “Buffet” (“Maizal” restaurant) “Valle Sagrado” Dinner (“Qori Sara” restaurant) Free Time

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Post RM ICA – AREQUIPA January 22nd – 26th The Post - Regional Meeting will be held in the departments of Ica and Arequipa, both located south of our country. ¡Ica, city of eternal sunshine and good pisco! Town of mystery, home of pisco, wine, afro-peruvian music and an oasis Huacachina, slice of life in the heart of a blanket of sand, warm and dry climate with an average temperature of 27 °C in summer, located in the central coast of Peru at a height of 406 m. to 325 Km./4 hours from the capital city by highway, it is the only land access. Price: $ 285 ALL INCLUSIVE: bus ticket, food, hostel, tickets to tourist sites, transportation, bilingual tour guide.

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Post RM ICA – AREQUIPA January 22nd – 26th

¡Arequipa, White City! Known as City sillar (white stone), with destinations such as glaciers, volcanoes like Misti, deep canyons like the Cotahuasi and Colca, and renowned cuisine. The region has a semi-arid and temperate climate, the rainy season starts in January and ends in March. Located at 1000 K. of the capital city, a 1 hour flight and 10 hours drive from the city of Ica. The city is at a height of 2328 m.

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Post RM ICA – AREQUIPA January 22nd – 26th

Day 1 22/01/17

Day 2 23/01/17

Day 3 24/01/17

Day 4 25/01/17

Day 5 26/01/17

ITINERARY 07:00 - 11:30 Arrival Lima - Ica 11:30 - 12.00 Check in at the hostel 12:00 - 15:00 “Ruta del Pisco” 15:00 - 16:30 Lunch (Restaurant “Campestre”) 16:30 – 19:00 “City Tours” 19:00 – 20:00 Dinner 20:00 – 22:00 Ready for the party 22:00 Social Program - Boulevard Huacachina 07:00 – 08:00 Breakfast in the hostel 08:00 – 09:00 Travel Ica - Paracas 09:00 – 14:00 Tours Paracas 14:00 – 15:00 Travel Paracas - Ica 15:00 – 16:00 Lunch (restaurant local) 16:00 – 18:30 Tours of adventure “Huacachina” 18:30 – 19:30 Dinner (local restaurant) 19:30 – 22:00 Free time 22:00 Travel Ica – Arequipa 10:00 Arrival Arequipa 10:00 – 10:30 Check in at the hostel 10:30 – 14:30 City Tour (Armory plaza, the cathedral, the museum, churches, “complejo de la compañía”, “Santa Catalina” monastery) 14:30 – 16:00 Lunch (local restaurant) 16:00 – 18:30 “Yanahuara Lookout” 18:30 – 19:30 Chocolate shop “La Ibérica” - Bakery “Las Américas 19:30 – 21:00 Dinner (local restaurant) 21:00 Free Time 03:30 - 07.00 Travel to Arequipa - Colca 07:00 - 16:00 Trip Valle – Colca canyon + breakfast + lunch 16:00 – 19:30 Travel Colca – Arequipa 19:30 – 21:00 Dinner (local restaurant) 21:00 – 22:00 Ready for the party 22:00 Social Program – “Night Party” 08:00 – 09:00 Breakfast in the hostel 09:00 – 10:00 “San Camilo” market 10:00 – 12:00 Sabandía Mill (Molino de Sabandía) 12:00 – 14:00 Lunch (local restaurant) 14:00 Travel Arequipa – Lima

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Americas Regional Meeting

Americas Regional Meeting

Fees Pre-RM RM early fee RM late fee Pre-RM social program fee RM social program fee

USD 150 USD 250 + (TAF) USD 300 + (TAF) USD 25 USD 25

Important Dates Pre-Regional Meeting: January 14th-17th - Trujillo, Peru Regional Meeting: January 17th-22nd - Lima, Peru

Registration deadlines: Payment deadlines:

Cancelations and sustitutions

Pre-RM Registration: RM - Early Registration: RM - Late Registration:

1/09/2016 - 13/11/2016 1/09/2016 - 30/09/2016 1/10/2016 - 31/10/2016

Pre-RM & RM-Early Fees:

20/11/2016

RM-Late Fees: Full Refund

15/12/2016 20/11/2016

50% Refund 18/12/2016 Substitutions (any 18/11/2016 - 10/12/2016 regardless the gender)

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Americas Regional Meeting

Americas Regional Meeting

Important contacts and addresses  OC CHAIR: Jazmin Pantoja Arce chair.rm2017@gmail.com telf: +51 977 177 316  Hotel: o Carrera” Hotel Jiron Velarde 123, Lince, Tel: +51 (01) 6195200  Venue: 430 Av. Honorio Delgado, S.M.P, Tel: +51(01) 319 0000

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Americas Regional Meeting

Americas Regional Meeting

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

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