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[56 STAT. TREATIES peliculas, discos fonograficos y otros medios apropiados. 5. Administrar fondos prove- nientes de las naciones americanas y aceptar contribuciones de cual- quier clase de fuentes pdblicas y privadas, incluso servicios per- sonales. 6. Cooperar como oficina de consulta con las Oficinas de Asun- tos Indigenas delos diversospaises. 7. Cooperar con la Uni6n Pan- americana y solicitar la colabo- raci6n de 6sta para la realizaci6n de los prop6sitos que les sean co- munes. Advisory technical 8. Crear y autorizar el estable- oommittees. cimiento de comisiones tecnicas consultivas, de acuerdo con los gobiernos respectivos. Training of experts. 9. Promover, estimular y coor- dinar la preparaci6n de tecnicos (hombres y mujeres), dedicados al problema indigena. Exchangeofexperts, 10. Estimular el intercambio de etc. tecnicos, expertos y consultores en asuntos indigenas. Other functions. 11. Desempeflar aquellas fun- ciones que le sean conferidas por los Congresos Indigenistas Inter- americanos, o por el Consejo Di- rectivo, en uso de las facultades que le acuerda esta Convenci6n. ARTICULO V Management of funds. Cooperation with national Bureaus. Cooperation with Pan American Union. Mantenimiento y Patrimoniodel Maintenance and resources of the Instituto Institute 1. El patrimonio y los recursos del Instituto Indigenista Inter- americano para su mantenimiento, se constituiran con las cuotas anuales que cubran los paises con- tratantes, asi como con los fondos y contribuciones de cualquier clase que pueda recibir el Instituto, de 1. The patrimony and the re- sources of the Inter-American Indian Institute for its main- tenance shall consist of the annual quotas paid by the member coun- tries; as well as of funds and con- tributions of any kind that the Institute may receive fron Ameri- and carry on publicity work by means of films, phonograph rec- ords and other adequate means. 5. Manage the funds provided by the American nations and ac- cept any other contributions of whatever nature they may be, from public or private sources in- cluding personal services. 6. Cooperate in an advisory capacity with the Bureaus of Indian Affairs of the American Nations. 7. Cooperate with the Pan American Union and seek its cooperation for the realization of these aims common to both. 8. Create and authorize the es- tablishment of advisory technical committees, in agreement with the respective Governments. 9. To promote, foster and co- ordinate the training of men and women experts devoted to the problems of the Indian. 10. To encourage the exchange of technicians, experts or advisers in matters affecting Indians. 11. Discharge such other func- tions as may be allotted to it by Inter-American Indian Confer- ences, or by the Governing Board, in the exercise of the powers con- ferred upon the latter by this Con- vention. ARTICLE V 1314