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Avanoa Tutusa (which means "Equal Opportunities") is a non-government organization (NGO) committed to raising awareness among the Samoan community. This year they have formed a working partnership with another NGO, The National Youth Foundation (NYF), to organize a Youth Leadership Camp (YLC). This Youth Leadership Camp will build on the successes of the regional Youth Workshop held in Fiji and the 2000 Youth Leadership Camp in Samoa. The theme for the weeklong overnight camp will be "Youth: Exploring our Potential" and will target 100 youth participants. This year's camp objectives range from promoting self-discovery through the use of self-esteem and trust building activities to teaching basic health skills, such as First Aid, CPR, and proper nutrition. The community will pay for the transportation costs of the participants, as well as provide labor and materials. They have received grants from other organizations to pay for the training, media coverage, and pre-conference meetings, but they still need your assistance to cover the catering costs for the youth camp
 

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Training in [[{{#explode:Training in Mexico| |2}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |3}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |4}}]]
Pre-service training will probably be the most intense period of your Peace Corps service, as you will need to gain the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully serve as a Volunteer in just 10 weeks. While the training period will be extremely busy, it should also be a time of excitement, discovery, and self-fulfillment. The effort and challenges of adapting to a new culture will draw on your reserves of patience and humor but will be handsomely rewarded with a sense of belonging among new friends.
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  • [[Diversity and cross-cultural issues in {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |2}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |3}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |4}}]]
  • [[FAQs about Peace Corps in {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |2}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |3}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |4}}]]
  • [[History of the Peace Corps in {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |2}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |3}} {{#explode:Training in Mexico| |4}}]]
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See also:
Pre-Departure Checklist
Staging Timeline

For information see Welcomebooks

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See also: Mexico