Posts tagged Asia
Posts tagged Asia
A classroom in the Philippines - 2006
You can choose the AIDS-Free Generation Photo Contest PEOPLE’S CHOICE WINNER!
These are just two of the amazing photos that are waiting for YOUR vote!
(P.S. A reblog to help us get the word out would be great! The more votes, the better!)
Peace Corps Response provides qualified professionals the opportunity to serve in rewarding, short-term assignments, in various programs around the world. When you serve as a Peace Corps Response Volunteer, you bring your skills and experience to projects in places where you are needed most!
*You do not need to be a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer to qualify for some positions!
CBD-2007-D002 on Flickr.
Pontoon houses in Cambodia.
By popular demand, we’ve updated our Volunteer homes Flickr set. Check out these PCV cribs from around the world!
Taken in Sabang, Morong, Bataan, Philippines during my final days as a Peace Corps Volunteer.
World Water Day - Did you know?
Fetching water is part of the gender inequality. Check out these statistics from the United Nations Water for Life initiative:
Peace Corps Volunteer Roger Brubaker of Lancaster, Pa., is working with his community in Thailand to prevent incidences of Dengue fever by promoting the use of homemade mosquito traps. To date, Brubaker has helped more than 900 community members build the mosquito “ovitraps” with common household products.
In this video featured at the Peace Corps World AIDS Day Film Festival in Washington, D.C., on December 1, 2009, Education Volunteer Alison Boland shares how Peace Corps Volunteers in Mongolia combine HIV/AIDS work with sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention education in order to prevent the rising threat of an HIV/AIDS outbreak and to increase the overall awareness of sexual health among Mongolias youth. The video was produced by Alison and Health Volunteer Patrick Olsen.