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To see the main page for the 2008 survey, see [[2008 Biennial Volunteer Survey]]<br>
  
This list has been compiled by Volunteers serving in the [[Kyrgyz Republic]] and is based on their experience. Use it as an informal guide in making your own list, bearing in mind that each Volunteer’s experience is individual. There is no perfect list! You obviously cannot bring everything we mention, so consider those items that make the most sense to you personally and professionally. You can always have things sent to you later. As you decide what to bring, keep in mind that you have a 100-pound weight limit on baggage. The most important things to bring are yourself, a sense of humor, and a sense of adventure!
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{| class="wikitable sortable" border="1" width=100% style="text-align:right"
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|+'''H5: How well do your Peace Corps experiences match the expectations you had before you became a Volunteer?'''
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! Region<br> !! Report<br> !! Score<br> !! Rank<br> !! Not at all<br> !! Minimally<br> !! Moderately<br> !! Considerably<br> !! Exceptionally<br> !! Total<br>
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| [[Africa Region]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Africa_Region_VS2008.pdf report] || 54 ||  || 6% || 18% || 38% || 30% || 8% || 1328
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| [[EMA Region]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/EMA_Region_VS2008.pdf report] || 49.8 ||  || 9% || 23% || 37% || 24% || 8% || 1364
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| [[Global]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Global_VS2008.pdf report] || 53 ||  || 7% || 19% || 38% || 27% || 9% || 4055
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| [[IAP Region]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/IAP_Region_VS2008.pdf report] || 53.5 ||  || 8% || 17% || 38% || 27% || 10% || 1363
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Dress is very important in the Kyrgyz Republic. The popular image of a Peace Corps Volunteer in sandals and a T-shirt with a university logo is not appropriate in this country (nor is military-style clothing or accessories). Fair or not, people are judged by the way they dress in the Kyrgyz Republic, more so than in the United States. Your colleagues will dress as professionals and for you to do otherwise will be considered disrespectful. If you come to work inappropriately dressed, your colleagues, students, and others in the community will probably not say anything to you directly but may talk unfavorably about you to others. Following the lead of your co-workers will help you gain acceptance and respect in your community. This does not mean that you need to spend a lot of money on new clothing. Rather, be selective in what you bring, and consider buying some of your professional clothing in Bishkek. The quality and style may not be equal to that found in American brands, but they are the same clothes your local colleagues will be wearing.
 
  
Luggage should be lightweight, durable, lockable, and easy to carry. Duffel bags and backpacks without frames are best because you will be hauling your luggage around on foot— there are no redcaps or luggage carts in this part of the world.  
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*Score:
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**Not at all: 0 pts
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**Minimally: 25 pts
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**Moderately: 50 pts
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**Considerably: 75 pts
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**Exceptionally: 100 pts
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*Rank: Out of 67
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The chart is fully sortable, by clicking on the tabs on the top row. Clicking it once will sort that column in ascending order, while clicking it again sorts it in descending order.  
  
===General Clothing===
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* Warm winter jacket (with down or Hollofil)
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! Region<br> !! Report<br> !! Score<br> !! Rank<br> !! Not at all<br> !! Minimally<br> !! Moderately<br> !! Considerably<br> !! Exceptionally<br> !! Total<br>
* Lightweight jacket
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* Mix-or-match clothes for layering, such as solid-color turtlenecks
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| [[Albania]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Albania_VS2008.pdf report] || 43.3 || 63 || 17% || 29% || 29% || 14% || 11% || 35
* Cold weather gloves and hat
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* Long underwear—silk is lightweight, easy to clean, and warm
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| [[Armenia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Armenia_VS2008.pdf report] || 54 || 30 || 8% || 19% || 31% || 31% || 10% || 48
* T-shirts (without wording or pictures about controversial issues such as politics, drugs, and sex)
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* One or two pairs of jeans
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| [[Azerbaijan]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Azerbaijan_VS2008.pdf report] || 52.5 || 39 || 8% || 12% || 49% || 24% || 7% || 59
* Sports and fitness clothing, such as jogging pants (shorts are inappropriate in most places but can be worn in a gym or when running in a stadium)
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* Hat or baseball cap for protection from the sun
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| [[Belize]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Belize_VS2008.pdf report] || 48.8 || 46 || 12% || 14% || 47% || 23% || 5% || 43
* Underwear and socks for two years (locally available products tend to be of poor quality)
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* Bandannas or handkerchiefs
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| [[Benin]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Benin_VS2008.pdf report] || 47.3 || 49 || 10% || 24% || 39% || 21% || 6% || 71
* stocking cap/ski cap
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* wool socks (at least six pairs)
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| [[Bolivia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Bolivia_VS2008.pdf report] || 54.8 || 26 || 5% || 15% || 44% || 28% || 8% || 111
 
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Note: Avoid bringing white or light-colored clothing, as dust
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| [[Botswana]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Botswana_VS2008.pdf report] || 54.8 || 26 || 5% || 18% || 41% || 25% || 11% || 44
 
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and mud are ubiquitous. Additionally, the largest size of
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| [[Bulgaria]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Bulgaria_VS2008.pdf report] || 44.9 || 58 || 7% || 37% || 28% || 23% || 4% || 81
 
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clothing available typically is Large. Extra-Large or larger is not to be found here
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| [[Burkina Faso]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Burkina_Faso_VS2008.pdf report] || 59.6 || 9 || 3% || 12% || 42% || 28% || 14% || 64
 
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===For Men ===
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| [[Cambodia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Cambodia_VS2008.pdf report] || 63 || 3 || 8% || 8% || 23% || 46% || 15% || 13
 
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* Sport jacket or suit
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| [[Cameroon]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Cameroon_VS2008.pdf report] || 53.2 || 35 || 5% || 20% || 41% || 27% || 8% || 79
* Several pairs of nice slacks
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* Several shirts with collars
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| [[Cape Verde]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Cape_Verde_VS2008.pdf report] || 53.3 || 34 || 6% || 12% || 47% || 31% || 3% || 32
* A few nice sweaters
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* Ties
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| [[China]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/China_VS2008.pdf report] || 46.5 || 52 || 10% || 27% || 37% || 19% || 7% || 59
 
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===For Women===
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| [[Costa Rica]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Costa_Rica_VS2008.pdf report] || 57 || 16 || 4% || 14% || 43% || 28% || 11% || 72
 
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* Several skirts or dresses with hems below the knee, for summer and winter
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| [[Dominican Republic]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Dominican_Republic_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.8 || 17 || 5% || 19% || 35% || 24% || 16% || 111
* Several nice blouses and shirts (short-sleeved tops are fine if modest)
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* A couple of pairs of nice slacks (which can be worn as professional clothing in some places)
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| [[Eastern Caribbean]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Eastern_Caribbean_VS2008.pdf report] || 46 || 55 || 13% || 23% || 39% || 17% || 8% || 84
* A shorter skirt or dress for evenings out in Bishkek
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* Nylons or tights (thicker ones are great for cold weather) Shoes
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| [[Ecuador]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Ecuador_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.1 || 23 || 0% || 24% || 41% || 20% || 14% || 49
* Dress shoes—for men, loafers are practical because they can be slipped off easily when entering a home; for women, comfortable, low-heeled pumps are recommended; Volunteers who will be on their feet a lot might consider black sneakers that look like shoes
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* Sneakers
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| [[El Salvador]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/El_Salvador_VS2008.pdf report] || 54 || 32 || 6% || 22% || 37% || 22% || 14% || 65
* Sandals and/or flip-flops (for both dress and use as shower shoes)
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* Hiking boots or warm boots (either/or because they are heavy)
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| [[Ethiopia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Ethiopia_VS2008.pdf report] || 43.1 || 64 || 5% || 32% || 50% || 14% || 0% || 22
* One or two pairs of warm, waterproof winter boots, which both men and women often wear to work in the winter (great boots in smaller sizes are available locally for around $20)
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* Extra shoelaces
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| [[Fiji]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Fiji_VS2008.pdf report] || 44.3 || 60 || 9% || 32% || 32% || 27% || 0% || 22
 
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| [[Gambia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Gambia_VS2008.pdf report] || 52.3 || 41 || 2% || 24% || 38% || 35% || 1% || 89
Note: Shoes smaller than size 10 (men) or size 9 (women) are available locally, but larger shoes are not.  
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| [[Georgia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Georgia_VS2008.pdf report] || 58.3 || 13 || 4% || 18% || 33% || 31% || 14% || 51
===Personal Hygiene and Toiletry Items ===
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| [[Ghana]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Ghana_VS2008.pdf report] || 54 || 31 || 5% || 15% || 44% || 31% || 5% || 39
* Enough deodorant, soap, and other toiletries to last you through pre-service training (many of the brands available in Bishkek will be familiar to you, but if you require specific brands, you may want to bring more); feminine hygiene supplies are available in local markets
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* Soap carrier
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| [[Guatemala]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Guatemala_VS2008.pdf report] || 54.8 || 25 || 6% || 14% || 42% || 29% || 8% || 85
* Makeup
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* Fragrant powders, body lotions, or perfume (for when showers are scarce)
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| [[Guinea]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Guinea_VS2008.pdf report] || 63.8 || 2 || 0% || 18% || 32% || 27% || 23% || 22
* Contact lens solutions, which the Peace Corps does not provide (if you wear contact lenses)
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* Lip balm—although this is an item in the medical kit, you might want to bring your own brand
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| [[Guyana]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Guyana_VS2008.pdf report] || 49.8 || 45 || 14% || 18% || 32% || 27% || 9% || 22
* A three-month supply of any medications you take, to last you until the Peace Corps can order refills for you Two pairs of eyeglasses, if you wear them (replacements can take a long time to arrive from the United States); consider bringing a repair kit
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* Hand sanitizer—a large bottle and a smaller one to refill
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| [[Honduras]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Honduras_VS2008.pdf report] || 53.2 || 35 || 10% || 18% || 33% || 29% || 11% || 83
* Antibacterial gel or baby wipes
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* Spot remover or Woolite (for clothes that need special care)
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| [[Jamaica]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Jamaica_VS2008.pdf report] || 38.5 || 66 || 22% || 29% || 27% || 17% || 5% || 59
* Fabric refreshener or odor remover (e.g., Febreeze)
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* Favorite vitamins or nutrition supplements
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| [[Jordan]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Jordan_VS2008.pdf report] || 41.3 || 65 || 9% || 33% || 44% || 12% || 2% || 43
* Tweezers, items for nail care, pumice stone, callus removers, etc.  
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| [[Kazakhstan]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Kazakhstan_VS2008.pdf report] || 55 || 24 || 8% || 18% || 31% || 34% || 10% || 113
===Kitchen ===
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| [[Kenya]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Kenya_VS2008.pdf report] || 61.6 || 4 || 0% || 8% || 50% || 31% || 12% || 26
You can buy most kitchen supplies in-country, but there are a few items that Volunteers recommend bringing:  
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| [[Kiribati]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Kiribati_VS2008.pdf report] || 65.5 || 1 || 0% || 0% || 38% || 62% || 0% || 8
* Lots of sealable plastic storage bags (you can pack stuff in them for the trip to the Kyrgyz Republic)
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* Aluminum foil
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| [[Kyrgyz Republic]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Kyrgyz_Republic_VS2008.pdf report] || 47 || 50 || 9% || 22% || 42% || 24% || 2% || 45
* Basic cookbook such as The Joy of Cooking
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* French coffee press
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| [[Lesotho]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Lesotho_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.8 || 19 || 8% || 18% || 21% || 45% || 8% || 38
* Packaged mixes for sauces, salad dressings, and soft drinks
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* Your favorite spices
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| [[Macedonia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Macedonia_VS2008.pdf report] || 53 || 37 || 8% || 17% || 39% || 25% || 10% || 59
* Artificial sweetener, if you use it
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* Peanut butter
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| [[Madagascar]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Madagascar_VS2008.pdf report] || 53 || 38 || 7% || 15% || 45% || 27% || 7% || 60
* Popcorn
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| [[Malawi]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Malawi_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.5 || 21 || 10% || 14% || 28% || 36% || 12% || 50
===Miscellaneous ===
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| [[Mali]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Mali_VS2008.pdf report] || 61 || 6 || 3% || 14% || 33% || 36% || 14% || 58
*      External Hard Disk Drive(ESSENTIAL!) - Filled with all your music pictures, and favorite movies/tv shows
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* Four passport-size photographs, which will be used by the Peace Corps and the Kyrgyz government for ID cards and visas
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| [[Mauritania]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Mauritania_VS2008.pdf report] || 61 || 6 || 0% || 25% || 28% || 25% || 22% || 32
* Internal frame backpack or small overnight bag(usually more important for most volunteers than a frame backpack)
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* Luggage straps
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| [[Mexico]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Mexico_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.4 || 22 || 7% || 18% || 29% || 36% || 11% || 45
* Bungee cords
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* Sturdy water bottle (e.g., Nalgene)
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| [[Micronesia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Micronesia_VS2008.pdf report] || 52.5 || 40 || 10% || 14% || 45% || 20% || 12% || 51
* Small tool kit (wire strippers and phone repair tools are also useful)
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* Swiss army knife or Leatherman tool
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| [[Moldova]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Moldova_VS2008.pdf report] || 43.8 || 62 || 19% || 20% || 36% || 19% || 7% || 97
* Watch (durable, water resistant, and inexpensive) with extra batteries(...but you'll have a cell)
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* Battery-operated alarm clock(...again cell phone)
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| [[Mongolia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Mongolia_VS2008.pdf report] || 58 || 14 || 8% || 5% || 47% || 27% || 13% || 60
* Your favorite music (inexpensive cassette tapes of many popular recording artists are available locally) 
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* Laptop
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| [[Morocco]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Morocco_VS2008.pdf report] || 51.3 || 43 || 5% || 21% || 44% || 22% || 7% || 138
* Your favorite DVDs (including workout videos) if you are bringing a laptop.  
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* Camcorder
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| [[Mozambique]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Mozambique_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.8 || 17 || 8% || 10% || 38% || 33% || 10% || 48
* Camera—35&nbsp;mm compacts are best because they are more inconspicuous during travel (note that Advantix film processing and replacement batteries are not available locally)
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* Batteries or rechargeable batteries and a re-charger with a converter for electronics (local batteries are expensive and not always of good quality)
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| [[Namibia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Namibia_VS2008.pdf report] || 52 || 42 || 3% || 29% || 32% || 27% || 8% || 59
* Key chain with flashlight
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* A money holder that looks like a household item (such as a shaving cream can)
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| [[Nicaragua]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Nicaragua_VS2008.pdf report] || 59 || 12 || 2% || 13% || 38% || 41% || 6% || 87
* Small, reliable flashlight
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* Sewing kit
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| [[Niger]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Niger_VS2008.pdf report] || 54.8 || 26 || 0% || 22% || 41% || 33% || 4% || 27
* Sleeping bag with stuff sack for traveling in cold weather
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* Fleece throw/lap blanket for cold nights
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| [[Panama]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Panama_VS2008.pdf report] || 61.1 || 5 || 3% || 14% || 34% || 35% || 15% || 103
* One bath towel and two washcloths
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* Pillowcase (sheets and wool blankets are available locally)
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| [[Paraguay]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Paraguay_VS2008.pdf report] || 59.4 || 11 || 3% || 16% || 38% || 28% || 16% || 69
* Laundry bag
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* Duct tape
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| [[Peru]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Peru_VS2008.pdf report] || 59.5 || 10 || 7% || 7% || 42% || 29% || 15% || 84
* American gifts
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* Photos from home (picture sharing is important in the Kyrgyz Republic)
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| [[Philippines]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Philippines_VS2008.pdf report] || 47.8 || 48 || 8% || 30% || 32% || 25% || 6% || 53
* Maps of the world and the United States
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* Games such as playing cards, Uno, Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, chess, and Frisbee
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| [[Romania]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Romania_VS2008.pdf report] || 45 || 57 || 11% || 30% || 35% || 16% || 8% || 91
* Envelopes of various sizes, including padded ones (American-style envelopes are not available), stationary and pens 
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* U.S. postage stamps for mail carried by people traveling back home
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| [[Samoa]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Samoa_VS2008.pdf report] || 46.3 || 53 || 6% || 29% || 39% || 26% || 0% || 31
* A two-year planner
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* Musical instruments (if you play)
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| [[Senegal]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Senegal_VS2008.pdf report] || 61 || 6 || 0% || 15% || 36% || 39% || 10% || 59
* MP3 or other portable music player
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* Subscriptions to your favorite magazines
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| [[South Africa]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/South_Africa_VS2008.pdf report] || 46.8 || 51 || 11% || 28% || 33% || 19% || 9% || 54
* A few books by your favorite authors
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* Appliances—buying them locally may eliminate the need to bring a voltage converter; items such as irons, blow dryers, and boomboxes are available at reasonable prices
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| [[Suriname]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Suriname_VS2008.pdf report] || 31.3 || 67 || 28% || 33% || 28% || 8% || 3% || 36
* Teaching materials (for education Volunteers), such as markers, chalk, erasers, magazines, simple children’s books and American music; you can also pack items for someone to ship to you later
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* Interesting wall decorations (maps, posters, etc.)
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| [[Swaziland]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Swaziland_VS2008.pdf report] || 44 || 61 || 0% || 40% || 48% || 8% || 4% || 25
* If you have a laptop, bring it (great for pictures, movies, entertainment)
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* Bring copies of all financial and personal documents such as a Power of Attorney, birth certificates, passport and credit cards
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| [[Tanzania]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Tanzania_VS2008.pdf report] || 54.7 || 29 || 12% || 8% || 40% || 31% || 10% || 52
* Graduate study materials (e.g., GRE, LSAT)
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* A copy of the Peace Corps Handbook (provided in your Invitation Kit)
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| [[Thailand]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Thailand_VS2008.pdf report] || 45.2 || 56 || 10% || 30% || 35% || 17% || 7% || 99
 
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[[Category:Kyrgyzstan]]
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| [[Togo]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Togo_VS2008.pdf report] || 46 || 54 || 8% || 26% || 41% || 26% || 0% || 39
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| [[Tonga]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Tonga_VS2008.pdf report] || 48.5 || 47 || 28% || 6% || 17% || 44% || 6% || 18
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| [[Turkmenistan]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Turkmenistan_VS2008.pdf report] || 44.7 || 59 || 9% || 26% || 43% || 19% || 2% || 53
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| [[Uganda]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Uganda_VS2008.pdf report] || 51 || 44 || 9% || 15% || 44% || 29% || 4% || 82
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| [[Ukraine]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Ukraine_VS2008.pdf report] || 53.5 || 33 || 4% || 22% || 38% || 28% || 8% || 167
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| [[Vanuatu]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Vanuatu_VS2008.pdf report] || 56.6 || 20 || 4% || 15% || 46% || 19% || 15% || 26
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| [[Zambia]] || [http://peacecorpswiki.org/images/Zambia_VS2008.pdf report] || 57.8 || 15 || 6% || 13% || 32% || 40% || 8% || 157
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Latest revision as of 12:15, 23 August 2016


To see the main page for the 2008 survey, see 2008 Biennial Volunteer Survey

H5: How well do your Peace Corps experiences match the expectations you had before you became a Volunteer?
Region
Report
Score
Rank
Not at all
Minimally
Moderately
Considerably
Exceptionally
Total
Africa Region report 54 6% 18% 38% 30% 8% 1328
EMA Region report 49.8 9% 23% 37% 24% 8% 1364
Global report 53 7% 19% 38% 27% 9% 4055
IAP Region report 53.5 8% 17% 38% 27% 10% 1363


  • Score:
    • Not at all: 0 pts
    • Minimally: 25 pts
    • Moderately: 50 pts
    • Considerably: 75 pts
    • Exceptionally: 100 pts
  • Rank: Out of 67

The chart is fully sortable, by clicking on the tabs on the top row. Clicking it once will sort that column in ascending order, while clicking it again sorts it in descending order.

H5: How well do your Peace Corps experiences match the expectations you had before you became a Volunteer?
Region
Report
Score
Rank
Not at all
Minimally
Moderately
Considerably
Exceptionally
Total
Albania report 43.3 63 17% 29% 29% 14% 11% 35
Armenia report 54 30 8% 19% 31% 31% 10% 48
Azerbaijan report 52.5 39 8% 12% 49% 24% 7% 59
Belize report 48.8 46 12% 14% 47% 23% 5% 43
Benin report 47.3 49 10% 24% 39% 21% 6% 71
Bolivia report 54.8 26 5% 15% 44% 28% 8% 111
Botswana report 54.8 26 5% 18% 41% 25% 11% 44
Bulgaria report 44.9 58 7% 37% 28% 23% 4% 81
Burkina Faso report 59.6 9 3% 12% 42% 28% 14% 64
Cambodia report 63 3 8% 8% 23% 46% 15% 13
Cameroon report 53.2 35 5% 20% 41% 27% 8% 79
Cape Verde report 53.3 34 6% 12% 47% 31% 3% 32
China report 46.5 52 10% 27% 37% 19% 7% 59
Costa Rica report 57 16 4% 14% 43% 28% 11% 72
Dominican Republic report 56.8 17 5% 19% 35% 24% 16% 111
Eastern Caribbean report 46 55 13% 23% 39% 17% 8% 84
Ecuador report 56.1 23 0% 24% 41% 20% 14% 49
El Salvador report 54 32 6% 22% 37% 22% 14% 65
Ethiopia report 43.1 64 5% 32% 50% 14% 0% 22
Fiji report 44.3 60 9% 32% 32% 27% 0% 22
Gambia report 52.3 41 2% 24% 38% 35% 1% 89
Georgia report 58.3 13 4% 18% 33% 31% 14% 51
Ghana report 54 31 5% 15% 44% 31% 5% 39
Guatemala report 54.8 25 6% 14% 42% 29% 8% 85
Guinea report 63.8 2 0% 18% 32% 27% 23% 22
Guyana report 49.8 45 14% 18% 32% 27% 9% 22
Honduras report 53.2 35 10% 18% 33% 29% 11% 83
Jamaica report 38.5 66 22% 29% 27% 17% 5% 59
Jordan report 41.3 65 9% 33% 44% 12% 2% 43
Kazakhstan report 55 24 8% 18% 31% 34% 10% 113
Kenya report 61.6 4 0% 8% 50% 31% 12% 26
Kiribati report 65.5 1 0% 0% 38% 62% 0% 8
Kyrgyz Republic report 47 50 9% 22% 42% 24% 2% 45
Lesotho report 56.8 19 8% 18% 21% 45% 8% 38
Macedonia report 53 37 8% 17% 39% 25% 10% 59
Madagascar report 53 38 7% 15% 45% 27% 7% 60
Malawi report 56.5 21 10% 14% 28% 36% 12% 50
Mali report 61 6 3% 14% 33% 36% 14% 58
Mauritania report 61 6 0% 25% 28% 25% 22% 32
Mexico report 56.4 22 7% 18% 29% 36% 11% 45
Micronesia report 52.5 40 10% 14% 45% 20% 12% 51
Moldova report 43.8 62 19% 20% 36% 19% 7% 97
Mongolia report 58 14 8% 5% 47% 27% 13% 60
Morocco report 51.3 43 5% 21% 44% 22% 7% 138
Mozambique report 56.8 17 8% 10% 38% 33% 10% 48
Namibia report 52 42 3% 29% 32% 27% 8% 59
Nicaragua report 59 12 2% 13% 38% 41% 6% 87
Niger report 54.8 26 0% 22% 41% 33% 4% 27
Panama report 61.1 5 3% 14% 34% 35% 15% 103
Paraguay report 59.4 11 3% 16% 38% 28% 16% 69
Peru report 59.5 10 7% 7% 42% 29% 15% 84
Philippines report 47.8 48 8% 30% 32% 25% 6% 53
Romania report 45 57 11% 30% 35% 16% 8% 91
Samoa report 46.3 53 6% 29% 39% 26% 0% 31
Senegal report 61 6 0% 15% 36% 39% 10% 59
South Africa report 46.8 51 11% 28% 33% 19% 9% 54
Suriname report 31.3 67 28% 33% 28% 8% 3% 36
Swaziland report 44 61 0% 40% 48% 8% 4% 25
Tanzania report 54.7 29 12% 8% 40% 31% 10% 52
Thailand report 45.2 56 10% 30% 35% 17% 7% 99
Togo report 46 54 8% 26% 41% 26% 0% 39
Tonga report 48.5 47 28% 6% 17% 44% 6% 18
Turkmenistan report 44.7 59 9% 26% 43% 19% 2% 53
Uganda report 51 44 9% 15% 44% 29% 4% 82
Ukraine report 53.5 33 4% 22% 38% 28% 8% 167
Vanuatu report 56.6 20 4% 15% 46% 19% 15% 26
Zambia report 57.8 15 6% 13% 32% 40% 8% 157