With 1,500 participants, the Papua New Guinea conference was the largest Baha'i gathering ever held in that country.
The Vancouver gathering was one of two held in Canada. All 13 conferences in the Americas are now over. The series spans 41 conferences around the globe.
In Managua, a cultural program highlighted the traditions of some of the 25 countries that participated in the conference there.
Members of a tribe called Asaro Mudmen were among those who attended the conference in Papua New Guinea.
The large turnout for the Vancouver conference required use of three simultaneous venues, two of them with a live presentation area. All had video links.
Thirty conferences in the series of 41 have now been held. They began on 1 November and will conclude on 1 March.