Posts tagged reblogs
Posts tagged reblogs
Our Peace Corps partner Joe takes a quick break after hiking to our project’s catchment source at Souweh Hill.
Happy Friday everyone!
About the Author: Megan Petersen servers as the PEPAR Coordinator at the U.S. Embassy in Zimbabwe.
As we approach World AIDS Day, which is marked on December 1, I wanted to share a little bit about how we are carrying out the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief…
Neem cream demonstrations!! I’ve done five trainings so far at the baby weighings held monthly in different areas of Sirigu. So far, over 150 women have learned how to make it and took some home with them from the demonstration.
It’s World Malaria Day! Join 3,000 Peace Corps volunteers in 18 countries across Africa as they work to Stomp Out Malaria.
Not sure what you can do to participate? Check out over 100 easy and ready-to-go project ideas here.
More photos from the 1st Annual Run For Girls Education in Tambacounda.
To commemorate the 51st anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s establishment of the Peace Corps, the organization is holding its annual Peace Corps Week through March 3.
This stamp was issued in 1999 as part of the Celebrate the Century series.
For three weeks during the winter school break another volunteer and myself ran a youth-camp. There were approximately 24 kids, between the ages of 7-12, with a roughly even percentage of boys and girls. We met every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between the hours of 9-12pm for a total of 9 sessions.
The cross-sector camp was a collaboration between the Health and Business sector in the department of Rivas. Covered topics included: HIV/AIDS awareness, Gender Roles in Society, Self-esteem, Communication, Manualidades, Decision Making, Planning for the future, Leadership, and Creativity.
súper vacaciones campamento
10 de febrero de 2012 - San Jorge, Rivas
Tuesday, 21 February, is International Mother Language Day which is 2012 focuses on other tongue instruction and inclusive education
“Multilingualism is our ally in ensuring quality education for all, in promoting inclusion and in combating discrimination. ” Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO
- Where did you go to the bathroom?
- Was there toilet paper?
- BUT HOW DO YOU FLUSH THE TOILET?
- How did you wash your hands?
- SO THE BOYS AND GIRLS BATHROOM IS THE SAME THING?!
- WAS THERE PRIVACY? (they were really fixated on the no running water part)
- Why do people in Ghana like to repeat words…