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==1962==
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[[ann hartfiel]]<br>
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[[christopher R. Stevenson]]<br>
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[[Lorraine Farinha (Adams)]]<br>
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[[Nelson L. Jacob]]<br>
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[[Walter James Murray]]<br>
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==1963==
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[[carole james]]<br>
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[[DiAnn Kjellsen Pierce]]<br>
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[[Joy Elaine Teeters-Seymour]]<br>
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[[sally louise foster]]<br>
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[[Stephen Keese]]<br>
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==1964==
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[[Arturo Irizarry]]<br>
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[[Betty Cleeland (Ingold)]]<br>
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[[Bob Crites]]<br>
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[[Bruc C. Sandie]]<br>
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[[Corene Casselle]]<br>
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[[David W. Jones]]<br>
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[[Ellen Chapman]]<br>
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[[Erma E Dunnington]]<br>
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[[Ernesto Ballesteros]]<br>
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[[Harvey Silver]]<br>
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[[Jim Rose]]<br>
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[[John J. Cosgrave]]<br>
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[[Judith Musick]]<br>
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[[June L Fair]]<br>
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[[Linda Wilson]]<br>
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[[Steve Grossman]]<br>
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[[Susan A. Eymann]]<br>
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[[Terry Tully Farley Ondriska]]<br>
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[[Thomas L. Xerri]]<br>
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[[Troy C Bains]]<br>
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[[Twig Johnson]]<br>
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[[Vic Cox]]<br>
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[[Victor Cox]]<br>
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==1965==
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[[Bernard F. Blanche]]<br>
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[[David G. Potter]]<br>
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[[Dianne Buhr]]<br>
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[[Janet Clark Elfring]]<br>
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[[Michael W. Marshall]]<br>
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[[pamela lynn crombie]]<br>
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[[Peter L. Boynton]]<br>
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[[Phyllis Ann Bailey]]<br>
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[[Raymond L. Frank, Jr.]]<br>
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[[Rodger A. Rande]]<br>
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[[Rodger A. Randle]]<br>
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[[Tomas Nikolai Belsky]]<br>
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[[Virginia Novak Cunha]]<br>
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==1966==
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[[Don Honeyman]]<br>
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[[George Blaise Hoersting]]<br>
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[[Julia Breidenstein]]<br>
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[[Kenneth Bordwell]]<br>
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[[Patricia Waak]]<br>
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[[Rita Wustner]]<br>
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==1967==
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[[Aileen A. Lee]]<br>
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[[Alan Kline]]<br>
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[[Bill Benenson]]<br>
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[[Carol J Peiffer]]<br>
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[[Carol J. Peiffer]]<br>
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[[gary w. duncan]]<br>
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[[herbert d. soll]]<br>
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[[James R Jensen PhD]]<br>
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[[Louis V. Kirchhoff]]<br>
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[[Patricia Ann Kiely]]<br>
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[[Ricardo Gray]]<br>
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[[Richard N. Gray]]<br>
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[[Vivian E. Morgan-Mendez]]<br>
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        [Larry French]<br>
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        [Mary K. O'Connor]<br>
  
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==1968==
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[[Barbara Polland Stein]]<br>
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[[Catherine Weiller Buchalter]]<br>
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[[Cliff Sanderlin]]<br>
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[[David Funnell]]<br>
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[[JoAnn Butler Mecouch]]<br>
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[[John Kavaliunas]]<br>
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[[John Stende]]<br>
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[[Michele St.Clair]]<br>
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[[Nina Brewer]]<br>
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[[Patricia Caracci de Souza]]<br>
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[[Peter Alan Clark]]<br>
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[[Richard M Gross]]<br>
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[[Richard Vobroucek]]<br>
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[[Terry Vogt]]<br>
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[[Mavis Pitter]]<br>
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[[Linda Redstone Safran]]<br>
  
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==1969==
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[[Debrah Elaine Engen]]<br>
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[[Douglas A. Engen]]<br>
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[[James R. McCarville]]<br>
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[[Jeanne M Howell]]<br>
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[[Larry Lee Liberty Ph.D.]]<br>
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==1970==
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[[David C. Rodwell]]<br>
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[[Patricia Giffin Hanberry]]<br>
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[[Ron Newark]]<br>
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[[Terry Hayden]]<br>
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==1971==
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[[Cynthia Lockhart]]<br>
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[[Diana Porter Smigaj]]<br>
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[[Joe Balbona]]<br>
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==1972==
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[[Doug Hovde]]<br>
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[[James L. Malueg]]<br>
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[[John A. Strylowski]]<br>
  
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==1973==
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[[Kevin Conlan]]<br>
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[[Lelah Marie]]<br>
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[[Margaret Marek Rohter]]<br>
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[[Dennis Gilligan]]<br>
  
In March 1988, the Chinese foreign minister and then-Secretary of State George Shultz agreed in principle to place Peace Corps Volunteers in China. A year later, an exchange of letters signed by the U.S. ambassador and the secretary general of the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) and the Peace Corps opened the way to establish a Peace Corps post in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province.  
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==1974==
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[[Andrew Michael Maxey]]<br>
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[[Patricia Taylor]]<br>
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==1975==
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[[Rick Roberts]]<br>
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==1976==
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[[Paul Sekscenski]]<br>
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==1977==
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[[Elwin Sims]]<br>
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[[Raimundo Franco A Monterey Institute IPS MA graduate - MIIS.edu - Translator, Interpreter (Portuguese/Spanish)
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Sacramento, CA - raimundofranco@yahoo.com]]<br>
  
In June 1989, the first group of trainees for Peace Corps/ China began training in the United States. However, following the Tiananmen Square incident, the training was canceled; the China program was temporarily suspended and the trainees were offered assignments in other countries.  
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==Source==
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[http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/4425.html Peace Corps Online] Directory of Brazil RPCVs
  
The first group of 18 Peace Corps Volunteers to be sent to China arrived for their training in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, in June 1993. Following training in teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), Chinese language, and cross-cultural issues, the 18 trainees swore-in as Volunteers in August 1993. They were posted to Sichuan Province, which at that time also included what later became the separate political entity known as the municipality of Chongqing. This group was viewed by the Chinese as a two-year experiment to determine whether Peace Corps was appropriate for China.  Those Volunteers completed their service and returned to the United States on schedule in the summer of 1995. The Peace Corps country agreement was not signed until June 29, 1998.
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[[Category:Brazil]]
In 1999, the Peace Corps program moved in Guizhou Province. In 2000, the program moved into Gansu Province.  The Chinese government decided to hive off what became known as the Municipality of Chongqing in 1997. This change in political status had the effect of creating a fourth political jurisdiction in which the Peace Corps operates. In April 2003 the Peace Corps pulled out of China during the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) crisis. Volunteers returned to China in July 2004. From the start of the program in 1993 through September 2006, there have been 287 Peace Corps Volunteers who have served in China. As of September 2006, there were 104 Peace Corps Volunteers serving in-country.
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Since the Peace Corps began work in China in 1993 up until the present time TEFL has been the main program area. From 2000 until 2006, the Peace Corps also had an environmental education program.
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At the national level, the Peace Corps comes under the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), which is affiliated with the Ministry of Education.  CEAIE is the largest non–governmental organization (NGO) in international educational exchange in China. Founded in 1981, CEAIE has a mission of promoting Chinese educational development and enhancing understanding and friendship between Chinese and international educational communities through international exchange and cooperation. Since its establishment, it has developed cooperative linkages with more than 100 educational organizations and institutions in approximately 30 countries and regions.
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==Assignment History==
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| [[2004]]
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| [[Literacy Ed.]]
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| [[1989]]
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| [[1989]]
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| [[Prim-Ed/Teach Trn]]
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| [[Univ. English Teaching]]
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| [[2007]]
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| [[Environmental Ed.]]
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| [[2000]]
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| rowspan="1" align="center"| '''[[Master's International]]'''
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| [[Masters Internationalist]]
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| [[United Nations Volunteer]]
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Revision as of 16:48, 6 August 2011


Volunteers in the following chart have information in the PCwiki: {{#ask:Served in::Brazil | ?Started service in | ?Ended service in | ?Name of community was | ?Name of region was | ?Served in sector | ?Primary assignment was | sort = Started service in | order = ascending | limit = 100 }}


1962

ann hartfiel
christopher R. Stevenson
Lorraine Farinha (Adams)
Nelson L. Jacob
Walter James Murray

1963

carole james
DiAnn Kjellsen Pierce
Joy Elaine Teeters-Seymour
sally louise foster
Stephen Keese

1964

Arturo Irizarry
Betty Cleeland (Ingold)
Bob Crites
Bruc C. Sandie
Corene Casselle
David W. Jones
Ellen Chapman
Erma E Dunnington
Ernesto Ballesteros
Harvey Silver
Jim Rose
John J. Cosgrave
Judith Musick
June L Fair
Linda Wilson
Steve Grossman
Susan A. Eymann
Terry Tully Farley Ondriska
Thomas L. Xerri
Troy C Bains
Twig Johnson
Vic Cox
Victor Cox

1965

Bernard F. Blanche
David G. Potter
Dianne Buhr
Janet Clark Elfring
Michael W. Marshall
pamela lynn crombie
Peter L. Boynton
Phyllis Ann Bailey
Raymond L. Frank, Jr.
Rodger A. Rande
Rodger A. Randle
Tomas Nikolai Belsky
Virginia Novak Cunha

1966

Don Honeyman
George Blaise Hoersting
Julia Breidenstein
Kenneth Bordwell
Patricia Waak
Rita Wustner

1967

Aileen A. Lee
Alan Kline
Bill Benenson
Carol J Peiffer
Carol J. Peiffer
gary w. duncan
herbert d. soll
James R Jensen PhD
Louis V. Kirchhoff
Patricia Ann Kiely
Ricardo Gray
Richard N. Gray
Vivian E. Morgan-Mendez

       [Larry French]
[Mary K. O'Connor]

1968

Barbara Polland Stein
Catherine Weiller Buchalter
Cliff Sanderlin
David Funnell
JoAnn Butler Mecouch
John Kavaliunas
John Stende
Michele St.Clair
Nina Brewer
Patricia Caracci de Souza
Peter Alan Clark
Richard M Gross
Richard Vobroucek
Terry Vogt
Mavis Pitter
Linda Redstone Safran

1969

Debrah Elaine Engen
Douglas A. Engen
James R. McCarville
Jeanne M Howell
Larry Lee Liberty Ph.D.

1970

David C. Rodwell
Patricia Giffin Hanberry
Ron Newark
Terry Hayden

1971

Cynthia Lockhart
Diana Porter Smigaj
Joe Balbona

1972

Doug Hovde
James L. Malueg
John A. Strylowski

1973

Kevin Conlan
Lelah Marie
Margaret Marek Rohter
Dennis Gilligan

1974

Andrew Michael Maxey
Patricia Taylor

1975

Rick Roberts

1976

Paul Sekscenski

1977

Elwin Sims
[[Raimundo Franco A Monterey Institute IPS MA graduate - MIIS.edu - Translator, Interpreter (Portuguese/Spanish) Sacramento, CA - raimundofranco@yahoo.com]]

Source

Peace Corps Online Directory of Brazil RPCVs