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Dancers in Bolivia
A Peace Corps Volunteer squeezes coconut shavings while making coconut milk in Tonga.
Married Peace Corps Volunteers share about the application process for married couples
"This was taken at the Jane Goodall Chimp Sanctuary in Bujumbura, Burundi. While I was living in Bujumbura on the weekends I used to volunteer at the sanctuary to help feed and play with the chimps. Aly, the chimp in my right arm was one of my favorites and she because a poster child for their fund raising." - Peace Corps Education Volunteer Mike Junge
A Peace Corps Volunteer plays chess with a member of her community.
Barbara Jo White served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic from 1987 to 1989 where she started the Peace Corps World Map project. Today, world maps adorn the walls of classrooms, community centers and buildings in over 70 countries.
Read more about the history of the project here http://go.usa.gov/D8m
"This photo was taken in my first village, a small Bulgarian Muslim community in northeastern Bulgaria. I was playing in my yard one day with three of my girls, and we just enjoyed one another’s company through games, eating apples, and air guitar. This was one of those simple and defining moments of service when I realized, as a Peace Corps Volunteer, that our work here goes far beyond the technical guidelines. As I read before I came, we expect to give, but in fact we receive much more than we are able to share. These girls gave me so much inspiration, love, and hope. I hope I gave them the same. And we will always remain friends!" - Peace Corps Education Volunteer Karina E. Strange
Dribbling in Mozambique
Have you ever seen this PSA on TV?
Peru - 1972
Peace Corps Poster - 2007
Benin - 2001