Welcome to Corvallis, Oregon
–To promote awareness and understanding between the people of Corvallis and the people of its two “sister cities”, Uzhhorod, Ukraine and Gondar, Ethiopia; and
–To undertake activities that are beneficial to the people of both Corvallis and Corvallis’ sister cities.
Interested in what we do?
Our work ranges from assisting in clean water and hygiene initiatives, creating leadership and entrepreneurial opportunities, impacting schools and education, to child sponsorships and delegations to our two sister cities, to name a few.
With your cursor, scroll on the pictures below that explains a number of our projects and activities we engage in regularly.
Mentoring new business opportunities (Uzhhorod)
(Transcarpathia Cider Project)
The TOUCH Project serving children across 5 specific programs (Uzhhorod)
( Pavlovo Farm Home, Rehabilitation Center for Children with Disabilities, Chaslivtsi Boarding School, Public School #14, & the New Family Center)
Providing business leadership trainings & forums (Uzhhorod)
Constructing wells and accessing clean water (Gondar)
Constructing a Kindergarten in a rural community (Gondar)
Traveling delegations to Gondar
Shopping with your sponsored child (Uzhhorod)
Planting trees to rehabilitate the watershed (Gondar)
Establishing child dental services (Uzhhorod)
Improving Teaching and Learning (Gondar)
Traveling Delegations to Uzhhorod
CSCA P.O.Box 132 Corvallis, Oregon 97339
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Current Events & News
The Uzhhorod Council of Advisors meets on the first Thursday of each month from 6:00-7:30 pm at the dowtown Corvallis Public Library, Monroe St. Visitors are welcome.
Gondar Monthly Council Meeting: Currently held oon the 3rd Wednesday of each month through a Zoom connection. Time: 6:00 pm -7:30 pm. Members and guests welcomed!
Country Flags of our two sister cities: Gondar, Ethiopia and Uzhhorod, Ukraine
The Corvallis Sister Cities Association (CSCA) is a member of Sister Cities International (SCI), an organization based in Washington, DC, with more than 900 cities, representing millions of Americans. SCI has established links with counterparts all around the world. The “sister city” concept evolved from President Eisenhower’s 1956 “People to People” program, and is now embodied in Sister Cities International and its mission.
SCI 2021 Annual Conference Registration is now LIVE! Register Now
Sister Cities International is excited to announce our 2021 Virtual Annual Conference! This year’s theme is “Building Stronger Ties for an Interconnected World” and will take place on Thursday, July 15th and Friday, July 16th. Stay updated for more information on speakers, featured events, and more.