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One excellent indication of the health of a Peace Corps country program is its early quit rate, the percentage of Volunteers who do not complete their 26-27 month term of service. The Peace Corps refers to this as '''the Early Termination (ET) rate'''.
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|firstname=Ralph
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|middlename=Clel
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|lastname=Long
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|country=Bolivia
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|yearservicestarted=1962
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|yearserviceended=1964
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|site=Los Negros Leprosy Colony
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|state=Oklahoma
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|uscity=Dover
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|program=Agriculture
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}}
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{{who served in | Bolivia}}
  
With the ET rate, we see Volunteers talking with their feet about their experience in that program. If they quit early, an applicant should wonder about the quality of that program.
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==Dates Unknown==
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[[Taylor Hackford]]
  
The Peace Corps invites applicants to choose the country in which they prefer to serve. Peace Corps Wiki presents the ET rate data here on a country by country basis to enable applicants to make an informed choice.
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==1962==
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[[Kenneth Rustad]]<br>
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[[donald g bryan]]<br>
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[[Jon Roger Perry]]<br>
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[[Marjorie Nishek]]<br>
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[[Michael Hacker]]<br>
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[[Wayne Nishek]]<br>
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[[Nancy T. Sturdivant]]<br>
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[[Art Andres Jr.]]<br>
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[[Myrtis Becker]]<br>
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[[Ken Boice]]<br>
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[[Ben Brackin]]<br>
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[[Bill Brownell]]<br>
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[[Peter Burr]]<br>
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[[Norm Coble]]<br>
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[[Ed Dennison]]<br>
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[[Audrey Dewerff]]<br>
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[[Chuck Glass]]<br>
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[[Jim Herberger]]<br>
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[[Judy Herberger]]<br>
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[[Sharleen Hirschi]]<br>
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[[Paul Lofton]]<br>
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[[Peter Nieblas]]<br>
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[[Larry Oglesby]]<br>
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[[Vern Risty]]<br>
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[[Peter Roycraft]]<br>
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[[Don Rozell]]<br>
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[[Ken Rustad]]<br>
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[[Bill Schenk]]<br>
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[[Lounelle Selle]]<br>
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[[Eric Smith]]<br>
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[[Tom Stachelek]]<br>
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[[John Sykes]]<br>
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[[Orville Tenbrink]]<br>
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[[Rose Epps]]<br>
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[[Larry Wohlwend]]<br>
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[[George Wright]]<br>
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[[Mel Zielinski]]<br>
  
==How Can the ET Rate Help Volunteer Applicants Choose Where They Should Serve?==
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==1963==
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[[Earl Bahler]]<br>
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[[James M. Hooper]]<br>
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[[Nancy Keebler Bissell]]<br>
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[[Philip T. Hill]]<br>
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[[Henry Wilhelm]]<br>
  
'''Peace Corps Wiki recommends that applicants request to be sent to a country with a low ET rate.'''
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==1964==
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[[Barbara Kempczinski]]<br>
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[[BOBBY EUGENE BURNS]]<br>
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[[Cara Linn Joe]]<br>
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[[Daryl Knox]]<br>
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[[David Paul Winkelmann]]<br>
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[[Joseph Rogers Dickinson, Jr.]]<br>
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[[marge Reifsnyder]]<br>
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[[William Dain]]<br>
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==1965==
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[[Andrew D. Cohen]]<br>
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[[Frank Cremins]]<br>
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[[Frederick E. Wepprecht]]<br>
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[[James Douglas Beals]]<br>
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[[Keith G. Williams]]<br>
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[[Larry Stearns]]<br>
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[[Lorrain Giddings]]<br>
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[[Margaret Mimna Cummings]]<br>
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[[Mike Eskitch]]<br>
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[[Sabina Marie Dunton]]<br>
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[[Zoe Hellekson Rae]]<br>
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==1966==
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[[Averill Strasser]]<br>
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[[Bruce B. Cohen]]<br>
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[[Douglas Charles Haring]]<br>
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[[James N. Parkinson]]<br>
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[[Jay C Vincent]]<br>
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[[John Michael Fogg]]<br>
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[[Ray Petty]]<br>
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==1967==
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[[dan roque]]<br>
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[[David P. Dolson]]<br>
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[[Don Beck]]<br>
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[[Douglas Langan]]<br>
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[[Frank T. Darmiento]]<br>
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[[Jeff Fletcher]]<br>
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[[John S. Waterman]]<br>
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[[Paul M. Martin]]<br>
  
'''Peace Corps Wiki recommends that applicants avoid any country with an ET rate of 30% or greater. They should be cautious about any country with an ET rate of more than 20%. They should request to be sent to a country with an ET rate of less than 20%.'''
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==1968==
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[[Bill Buzenberg]]<br>
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[[Fred Krieger]]<br>
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[[Kirk Harder]]<br>
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[[Michael H. Fox]]<br>
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==1969==
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[[John V. Albertella]]<br>
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[[Louise Gregg]]<br>
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[[Peter Maki]]<br>
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[[Shirley Howard]]<br>
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[[Steven Kraft]]<br>
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[[William Michael "Mike" Green]]<br>
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==1970==
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[[Bill Miller]]<br>
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[[Donald Dilworth]]<br>
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[[Joel Moline]]<br>
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[[Paul J Fisher]]<br>
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[[Terry Linkletter]]<br>
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==1990==
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[[Valorie C. Voigt]]<br>
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[[Vance Russell]]<br>
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==1991==
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[[Dana Blakeslee]]<br>
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[[Jeffrey Horton]]<br>
  
Why would an applicant want to serve in a country with a high ET rate? Would an individual apply to a college with a poor ranking and poor graduation rates? Would he or she eat at a restaurant with poor rankings and poor health department inspections?
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==1992==
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[[Beth Schira Dazell]]<br>
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[[Brooke Palmer]]<br>
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[[Candace Stoughton]]<br>
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[[John H. Kim]]<br>
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[[kimberly winter]]<br>
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[[Kyle Bohnenstiehl]]<br>
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[[Matthew J. Hayek]]<br>
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[[naomi gabriela schwartz]]<br>
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[[pam doan]]<br>
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[[Scott Merrick Campbell]]<br>
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==1993==
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[[Blake W Bratt]]<br>
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[[Chantel Campbell]]<br>
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[[Ken Cousins]]<br>
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[[Melissa Quimby]]<br>
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[[Miguel Eduardo Gomez/Pacheco]]<br>
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[[Sheila Broderick Martin]]<br>
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==1994==
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[[Eric Esparra]]<br>
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==1995==
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[[Aaron RIstow]]<br>
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[[Fred Werner]]<br>
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[[Mark Mobius]]<br>
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[[James "Jaime" Critchfield]]<br>
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[[jwseymour]]<br>
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[[Kipp Sutton]]<br>
  
'''If the Peace Corps will not agree to send an applicant to a country with a low ET rate, the applicant should put his or her applications on hold until the Peace Corps is transparent about this crucial data.'''
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==1996==
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[[Cathy Reidy]]<br>
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[[Clinton Siegle]]<br>
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[[Greg Hobbs]]<br>
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[[Stephen Edwards]]<br>
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[[Megan Romberg]]<br>
  
'''Applicants can easily correlate the ET rate rankings with the rankings of the survey responses of the Volunteers – also posted on Wiki. When the two sets of rankings correlate, the data speaks very powerfully as to which countries to request and which to avoid.'''
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==1997==
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[[Kristy Lord]]<br>
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[[Lisa Thomson]]<br>
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[[Matt Sholler]]<br>
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[[Matthew Howard Thompson]]<br>
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[[Sean Nagle]]<br>
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[[Tim Hoye]]<br>
  
===The Ramifications of Quitting Early===
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==1998==
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[[Christopher E. Devers]]<br>
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[[Dan Senour]]<br>
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[[Debbie Zarnt]]<br>
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[[Jason Girard]]<br>
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[[Joseph P. Sanders]]<br>
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[[Kristian Morales]]<br>
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[[Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba]]<br>
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[[Stephanie Lynn Daza]]<br>
  
Quitting early takes a heavy toll on Volunteers and on the communities in which they serve. To be blunt, quitting early is often considered to be a failure that Volunteers must explain to themselves and to family and friends. Were they not tough enough or committed enough? Do they blame the Peace Corps, an iconic agency?
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==1999==
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[[daniel baker]]<br>
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[[Kate McPeek]]<br>
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[[Sally Love]]<br>
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[[Kim Glick]]<br>
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[[Vicki Tripolitis]]<br>
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[[Heather Green]]<br>
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[[Lisa Conforti]]<br>
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[[Angela Gadino]]<br>
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[[Cathy Fitzgerald]]<br>
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[[Jon Froyd]]<br>
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[[Misty Crowe]]<br>
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[[Marc Goodhue]]<br>
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[[Mitch S]]<br>
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[[Matt Heffron]]<br>
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[[Bob]]<br>
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[[Holly Cantillon]]<br>
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[[Slyvia]]<br>
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[[Ana Zambie]]<br>
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[[Angela Hogg]]<br>
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[[Rich Brickman]]<br>
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[[Nancy]]<br>
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[[V. Lagioia]]<br>
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[[Susan Weber]]<br>
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[[James Catto]]<br>
  
Volunteers who quit early also have to explain why they are quitting to the community in which they serve. The community may well see the departure as yet another case where development programs for their benefit have failed. When a country has a high ET rate, the morale of the Volunteers who don’t quit is eroded. More and more Volunteers may hang out with one another and spend less time at their sites. This means they learn less of the language, establish weaker relationships in their community, and see fewer successes in their projects. It is best for an applicant to go to a country that is not plagued by high ET rates where they are more likely to thrive.
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==2000==
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[[Brian "Ian" Hofsteen]]<br>
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[[Erin Camarena]]<br>
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[[Kelly O'Neil]]<br>
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[[Kristina J. Owens]]<br>
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==2001==
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[[Nat Reynolds]]<br>
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==2002==
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[[kristin wolter]]<br>
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[[Michael Yadrick]]<br>
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[[Scott Richards]]<br>
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==2003==
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[[Michelle Pena]]<br>
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[[Robb Stangland]]<br>
  
===What the ET Rates Can Tell Us About a Country's Program===
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==2004==
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[[margaret ann kosco]]<br>
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[[Justin Lovell]]<br>
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[[Alexis Siegel]]<br>
  
The Peace Corps does not take the initiative to provide this ET rate data to applicants. Indeed, the Peace Corps does not want applicants to have access to data that enables them to be selective. Peace Corps Wiki had to file a lawsuit in Federal District Court to secure access to the country-by-country breakouts of the Volunteer survey responses, which enable us to see the Volunteer rankings of the Peace Corps country programs. The agency forced Peace Corps Wiki to go to an appeal to secure access to the country-by-country breakouts of the Volunteer ET rates, which also enables us to see the Volunteer rankings of the Peace Corps country programs.
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==2006==
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[[Luke Bourassa]]
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[[Cristobal Salvaje]]<br>
  
'''Why would the agency give applicants a choice of where to serve and then deprive them of the information that enables them to make an informed choice?'''
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==Source==
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[http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/4422.html Peace Corps Online] Directory of Bolivia RPCVs
  
Peace Corps Wiki believes that the ET rates and survey rankings are '''mostly based on the Peace Cops management of a country program, but occasionally on some characteristic of the country'''. In a tough country, the enthusiasm and durability of the Volunteers is often high because Volunteers know that they have a tough assignment. They really do have the “toughest job you’ll ever love,” nothing less. One major determinant of the ET rate – and survey responses – for a country program is the leadership qualities of the Country Director, whose values and management style dominate the Volunteer experience in that country.
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[[Category:Bolivia]]
With these rankings – ET rates and survey responses – applicants can see which countries are well managed and which are not, which corps of Volunteers have high morale and which do not. This is evident in the actions and viewpoints of those with the most information, the current Volunteers.
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The Peace Corps has been embarrassed that so many Volunteers quit early. '''This high early quit rate implies that the Peace Corps is recruiting poorly qualified and motivated Volunteers, wasting vast sums on training and placing Volunteers who then quit, and failing the communities in which these quitters were placed.'''
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===Overview of the Early Termination (Early Quit) Rates===
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Faced with these embarrassments, the Peace Corps has taken to systematically publishing misleading measures of the percentage of Volunteers who do not complete their 26-27 month term of service. It hypes and publishes an “annual” ET rate which provides no useful information about how many Volunteers fail to complete their service. The advantage to the Peace Corps of the “annual” rate is that it’s 1/4th of the “cohort” rate, which is the measure which accurately reveals how many Volunteers fail to complete their service.
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We have here the Iron Law of Bureaucracy; when facts about the performance of the agency are embarrassing, hide them. The only reason why the Peace Corps has released the “cohort” rates is that the Wiki figured out how the Peace Corps was gaming the ET rates. Peace Corps Wiki’s analysis of the Peace Corps’ game regarding ET rate statistics is attached. '''Peace Corps Wiki is the only entity to secure accurate ET rates from the Peace Corps and to publish them. But for Wiki’s vigilance, the public – and applicants – would not know the accurate extent of the early quit rate scandal at the Peace Corps and to see how the ET rates vary country-by-country.'''
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In FY 2011 the ET rates vary in FY 2011 from single digits (4.4% in Honduras, 7.8% in Panama,8.3% in Niger, 9.1% in Madagascar and 9.3% in Georgia) to rates exceeding 40% (57.5% in Jordan, 47.4% in Belize, 42.6% in Moldova, and 41% in Swaziland).
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In FY 2012 the rates vary from single digits (3.4% in Vanuatu, 4.4% in Benin, 5.4% in Macedonia, 6.8% in Albania, and 8.8% in Mongolia) to high rates in South Africa (40%), Kenya (35.1%), Guyana (32.3%) and Guinea (31.1%).
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The ET rates for FY 2013 are quite incomplete but already high in Guinea (22.7%) and Belize (21.1%).
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The Peace Corps has been forced to terminate some of its programs, so not all of the countries ranked here are active. The Peace Corps programs in Kenya, Mali, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are closed.
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ET data reveals the percent of Volunteers who complete their term of service (26-27 months). This is the '''cohort rate''' – which follows the Volunteers one by one to see if they finish their service. Starting about 2005, the Peace Corps has been publishing only an “annual rate” which tells us how many Volunteers quit in a given year – out of all the Volunteers who served even a single day in that year. It calls this an ET rate. This annual rate is only one-quarter of the rate of the Volunteers who complete their service. The Peace Corps prefers to talk about the annual rate rather than the cohort rate.
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Using the true rate, the cohort rate, does delay the point at which the final percentage of Volunteers who complete their service is known. You have to wait at least 26-27 months before you have a final figure. But after one year, you’ll clearly see where the rate is headed. We have complete data for ET rates for FY 2011, mostly complete data for FY 2012, and quite incomplete data for ET rates for FY 2013.
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The FY 2012 data includes ETs between October 1, 2011 and December 3, 2013, so the data is close to final.
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For the FY 2013 data, we have only data from October 1, 2012 to December 3, 2013 – slightly more than a year. If the data for this period shows a high ET rate, then it’s easy to see that it may be much higher when all the data become known.
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==About These ET Rates==
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Below we’ve presented the ET rates for 2011, 2012 and 2013 (fiscal years). The Peace Corps may complain that these are not the most current ET rates, but it has the power to publish the most current cohort rates – in rank order. Peace Corps Wiki has found securing data from the Peace Corps under the Freedom of Information Act so difficult and painful that it will not be filing additional FOIA requests to secure updates of the ET rate data.
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Peace Corps Wiki urges applicants to '''request the most current data from their recruitment officer. (Applicants must always ask for the cohort rate data!)''' If the placement officer won’t provide the data, applicants should put their applications on hold until the Peace Corps becomes transparent with applicants and enables them to make an informed choice.
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Finally, Peace Corps Wiki is awaiting a response from the Peace Corps about the ET rates for each of the Peace Corps job assignments within a country, say Small Enterprise Development or AgroForestry. The ET rates for these different job assignments may vary considerably. The Wiki is aware of assignments within one country where the ET rates varied threefold from one assignment to another.
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We suspect that the Peace Corps will refuse to release this data. If we get the data, we will post it here. If the Peace Corps finds a pretext for denying us this data, applicants should put their application on hold until the Peace Corps becomes transparent with applicants – and fair – and enables them to make an informed choice.
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To be clear, '''the reason why Wiki is publishing this data is to encourage the Peace Corps to intervene to reform the poorly managed programs.''' If applicants use the data Wiki is providing, to become selective, the Peace Corps may reform the poorly managed programs. As Wiki explains elsewhere on the home page, the Peace Corps has no surplus of applicants among those who survive the medical screening process. This means that the Peace Corps cannot turn to other applicants to fill their quotas for the poorly ranked country programs with the highest ET rates. Peace Corps Wiki is attempting to use market forces – consumer demand – to drive reform.
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Applicants have power, both to secure an invitation to serve in a well managed country and also to encourage the Peace Corps to overhaul the poorly managed countries.
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==The Most Recent ET Rates==
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{| border=".5" align="left" width="49%"
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|colspan="3" align="top" |'''FY 2011 ET Rates >30%'''
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FY 2011 = October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011
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Data current as of December 3, 2013
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|'''Country'''
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|'''ET Rates'''
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|'''Data Completeness'''
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| [[Botswana]] ||32.0%||82.7%
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| [[Kenya]] ||38.5%||100.0%
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| [[Rwanda]] ||35.7%||90.5%
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| [[Swaziland]] ||41.0%||94.9%
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| [[Uganda]] ||32.2%||90.0%
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| [[Indonesia]] ||35.5%||96.8%
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| [[Jordan]] ||57.5%||100.0%
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| [[Kyrgyzstan]] ||30.2%||97.7%
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| [[Moldova]] ||42.6%||90.7%
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| [[Belize]] ||47.4%||97.4%
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| [[Ecuador]] ||30.8%||90.4%
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| [[Guyana]] ||32.4%||100.0%
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| [[Jamaica]] ||30.0%||86.7%
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| [[Mexico]] ||31.0%||89.7%
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| [[Tonga]] ||32.0%||92.0%
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{| align="right" border=".5" width="49%"
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|colspan="3" align="left" |'''FY 2011 ET Rates >20%'''
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FY 2011 = October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011
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Data current as of December 3, 2013
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|'''Country'''
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|'''ET Rates'''
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|'''Data Completeness'''
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| [[Benin]] ||25.9%||75.9%
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| [[Cameroon]] ||23.2%||89.5%
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| [[Ethiopia]] ||27.5%||82.6%
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| [[Gambia]] ||23.8%||85.7%
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| [[Guinea]] ||27.3%||90.9%
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| [[Liberia]] ||27.3%||77.3%
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| [[Namibia]] ||23.7%||91.5%
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| [[Senegal]] ||20.8%||87.5%
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| [[South Africa]] ||23.0%||91.0%
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| [[Togo]] ||28.3%||95.7%
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| [[Zambia]] ||24.1%||82.7%
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| [[Albania]] ||22.7%||90.9%
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| [[Armenia]] ||26.8%||95.1%
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| [[Azerbaijan]] ||20.5%||77.3%
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| [[Bulgaria]] ||20.5%||100.0%
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| [[Cambodia]] ||29.0%||95.2%
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| [[Morocco]] ||25.0%||91.0%
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| [[Philippines]] ||28.8%||83.1%
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| [[Romania]] ||21.1%||100.0%
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| [[Dominican Republic]] ||21.4%||78.6%
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| [[Guatemala]] ||28.1%||95.6%
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| [[Nicaragua]] ||22.2%||90.5%
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| [[Peru]] ||22.6%||78.3%
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{| border="1" align="left" width="49%"
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|colspan="3" align="top" |'''2011 ET Rates < 20%'''
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FY 2011 = October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011
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Data current as of December 3, 2013
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|-
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|'''Country'''
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|'''ET Rates'''
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|'''Data Completeness'''
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| [[Burkina Faso]] ||16.0%||93.8%
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| [[Ghana]] ||10.1%||94.2%
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| [[Lesotho]] ||13.6%||100.0%
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| [[Madagascar]] ||9.1%||84.8%
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| [[Malawi]] ||17.5%||98.2%
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| [[Mali]] ||18.9%||100.0%
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| [[Mozambique]] ||15.2%||82.3%
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| [[Niger]] ||8.3%||100.0%
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| [[Sierra Leone]] ||18.4%||98.0%
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| [[Tanzania]] ||18.4%||81.6%
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| [[China]] ||16.0%||91.4%
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| [[Georgia]] ||9.3%||93.0%
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| [[Macedonia]] ||16.7%||72.2%
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| [[Mongolia]] ||15.2%||89.4%
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| [[Thailand]] ||18.2%||100.0%
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| [[Ukraine]] ||15.3%||74.9%
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| [[Costa Rica]] ||18.6%||87.1%
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| [[Caribbean]] ||18.6%||86.0%
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| [[El Salvador]] ||14.0%||97.7%
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| [[Honduras]] ||4.4%||100.0%
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| [[Panama]] ||7.8%||84.3%
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| [[Paraguay]] ||14.3%||78.1%
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| [[Samoa]] ||14.3%||95.2%
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{| border="1" cellpadding="2" align="right" width="49%"
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|colspan="3" align="top" |'''2012 ET Rates >30%'''
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FY 2011 = October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011
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Data current as of December 3, 2013
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|'''Country'''
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|'''ET Rates'''
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|'''Data Completeness'''
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| [[Guinea]] ||31.1%||31.1%
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| [[Kenya]] ||35.1%||43.9%
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| [[South Africa]] ||40.0%||40.0%
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| [[Guyana]] ||32.3%||32.3%
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| [[Georgia]] ||21.4%||21.4%
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{| border="1" cellpadding="2" align="left" width="49%"
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|colspan="3" align="top" |'''FY 2012 ET Rates > 20%'''
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FY 2011 = October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011
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Data current as of December 3, 2013
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|'''Country'''
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|'''ET Rates'''
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|'''Data Completeness'''
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|-
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| [[Burkina Faso]] ||21.7%||39.1%
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|-
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| [[Lesotho]] ||27.3%||38.6%
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|-
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| [[Liberia]] ||20.0%||20.0%
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|-
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| [[Malawi]] ||24.6%||24.6%
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|-
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| [[Namibia]] ||25.5%||27.3%
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|-
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| [[Rwanda]] ||29.5%||29.5%
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|-
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| [[Georgia]] ||21.4%||21.4%
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|-
+
| [[Kyrgyzstan]] ||26.3%||26.3%
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|-
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| [[Morocco]] ||20.4%||20.4%
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|-
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| [[Nepal]] ||20.0%||20.0%
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|-
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| [[Thailand]] ||26.9%||26.9%
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|-
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| [[Colombia]] ||24.5%||32.1%
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|-
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| [[Ecuador]] ||23.8%||23.8%
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|-
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| [[Jamaica]] ||27.8%||27.8%
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|-
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| [[Mexico]] ||26.7%||26.7%
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|-
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| [[Micronesia]] ||29.2%||29.2%
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|-
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|}
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{| border="1" cellpadding="2" align="right" width="49%"
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|colspan="3" align="top" |'''FY 2012 ET Rates < 20%'''
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FY 2011 = October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011
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Data current as of December 3, 2013
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|-
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|'''Country'''
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|'''ET Rates'''
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|'''Data Completeness'''
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|-
+
| [[Benin]] ||4.8%||4.8%
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|-
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| [[Botswana]] ||18.8%||18.8%
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|-
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| [[Cameroon]] ||19.3%||19.3%
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|-
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| [[Gambia]] ||15.2%||15.2%
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|-
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| [[Madagascar]] ||14.5%||14.5%
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|-
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| [[Malawi]] ||24.6%||24.6%
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|-
+
| [[Mozambique]] ||12.6%||12.6%
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|-
+
| [[Senegal]] ||11.8%||11.8%
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|-
+
| [[Sierra Leone]] ||15.6%||15.6%
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|-
+
| [[Swaziland]] ||7.3%||7.3%
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|-
+
| [[Tanzania]] ||19.3%||43.2%
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|-
+
| [[Togo]] ||13.2%||13.2%
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|-
+
| [[Uganda]] ||13.3%||13.3%
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|-
+
| [[Zambia]] ||13.3%||13.3%
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|-
+
| [[Albania]] ||6.8%||6.8%
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|-
+
| [[Armenia]] ||16.3%||16.3%
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|-
+
| [[Azerbaijan]] ||12.0%||12.0%
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|-
+
| [[Cambodia]] ||17.2%||17.2%
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|-
+
| [[China]] ||13.7%||13.7%
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|-
+
| [[Indonesia]] ||12.8%||12.8%
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|-
+
| [[Jordan]] ||18.9%||18.9%
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|-
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| [[Macedonia]] ||5.4%||5.4%
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|-
+
| [[Moldova]] ||19.7%||19.7%
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|-
+
| [[Mongolia]] ||8.8%||8.8%
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|-
+
| [[Philippines]] ||18.6%||18.6%
+
|-
+
| [[Ukraine]] ||17.1%||17.1%
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|-
+
| [[Costa Rica]] ||18.8%||18.8%
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|-
+
| [[Dominican Republic]] ||14.5%||14.5%
+
|-
+
| [[Caribbean]] ||17.9%||17.9%
+
|-
+
| [[Fiji]] ||12.5%||12.5%
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|-
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| [[Nicaragua]] ||18.2%||18.2%
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|-
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| [[Panama]] ||11.5%||11.5%
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|-
+
| [[Paraguay]] ||9.1%||9.1%
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|-
+
| [[Peru]] ||15.4%||15.4%
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|-
+
| [[Tonga]] ||0.0%||0.0%
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|-
+
| [[Vanuatu]] ||3.4%||58.6%
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|-
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|}
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Dates Unknown

Taylor Hackford

1962

Kenneth Rustad
donald g bryan
Jon Roger Perry
Marjorie Nishek
Michael Hacker
Wayne Nishek
Nancy T. Sturdivant
Art Andres Jr.
Myrtis Becker
Ken Boice
Ben Brackin
Bill Brownell
Peter Burr
Norm Coble
Ed Dennison
Audrey Dewerff
Chuck Glass
Jim Herberger
Judy Herberger
Sharleen Hirschi
Paul Lofton
Peter Nieblas
Larry Oglesby
Vern Risty
Peter Roycraft
Don Rozell
Ken Rustad
Bill Schenk
Lounelle Selle
Eric Smith
Tom Stachelek
John Sykes
Orville Tenbrink
Rose Epps
Larry Wohlwend
George Wright
Mel Zielinski

1963

Earl Bahler
James M. Hooper
Nancy Keebler Bissell
Philip T. Hill
Henry Wilhelm

1964

Barbara Kempczinski
BOBBY EUGENE BURNS
Cara Linn Joe
Daryl Knox
David Paul Winkelmann
Joseph Rogers Dickinson, Jr.
marge Reifsnyder
William Dain

1965

Andrew D. Cohen
Frank Cremins
Frederick E. Wepprecht
James Douglas Beals
Keith G. Williams
Larry Stearns
Lorrain Giddings
Margaret Mimna Cummings
Mike Eskitch
Sabina Marie Dunton
Zoe Hellekson Rae

1966

Averill Strasser
Bruce B. Cohen
Douglas Charles Haring
James N. Parkinson
Jay C Vincent
John Michael Fogg
Ray Petty

1967

dan roque
David P. Dolson
Don Beck
Douglas Langan
Frank T. Darmiento
Jeff Fletcher
John S. Waterman
Paul M. Martin

1968

Bill Buzenberg
Fred Krieger
Kirk Harder
Michael H. Fox

1969

John V. Albertella
Louise Gregg
Peter Maki
Shirley Howard
Steven Kraft
William Michael "Mike" Green

1970

Bill Miller
Donald Dilworth
Joel Moline
Paul J Fisher
Terry Linkletter

1990

Valorie C. Voigt
Vance Russell

1991

Dana Blakeslee
Jeffrey Horton

1992

Beth Schira Dazell
Brooke Palmer
Candace Stoughton
John H. Kim
kimberly winter
Kyle Bohnenstiehl
Matthew J. Hayek
naomi gabriela schwartz
pam doan
Scott Merrick Campbell

1993

Blake W Bratt
Chantel Campbell
Ken Cousins
Melissa Quimby
Miguel Eduardo Gomez/Pacheco
Sheila Broderick Martin

1994

Eric Esparra

1995

Aaron RIstow
Fred Werner
Mark Mobius
James "Jaime" Critchfield
jwseymour
Kipp Sutton

1996

Cathy Reidy
Clinton Siegle
Greg Hobbs
Stephen Edwards
Megan Romberg

1997

Kristy Lord
Lisa Thomson
Matt Sholler
Matthew Howard Thompson
Sean Nagle
Tim Hoye

1998

Christopher E. Devers
Dan Senour
Debbie Zarnt
Jason Girard
Joseph P. Sanders
Kristian Morales
Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba
Stephanie Lynn Daza

1999

daniel baker
Kate McPeek
Sally Love
Kim Glick
Vicki Tripolitis
Heather Green
Lisa Conforti
Angela Gadino
Cathy Fitzgerald
Jon Froyd
Misty Crowe
Marc Goodhue
Mitch S
Matt Heffron
Bob
Holly Cantillon
Slyvia
Ana Zambie
Angela Hogg
Rich Brickman
Nancy
V. Lagioia
Susan Weber
James Catto

2000

Brian "Ian" Hofsteen
Erin Camarena
Kelly O'Neil
Kristina J. Owens

2001

Nat Reynolds

2002

kristin wolter
Michael Yadrick
Scott Richards

2003

Michelle Pena
Robb Stangland

2004

margaret ann kosco
Justin Lovell
Alexis Siegel

2006

Luke Bourassa Cristobal Salvaje

Source

Peace Corps Online Directory of Bolivia RPCVs