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Currently, Peace Corps Volunteers are working in 68 countries. All current regions, countries and programs where Volunteers are serving are listed below.
  
===How much luggage am I allowed to bring to Botswana?===
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Most airlines have baggage size and weight limits and assess charges for transport of baggage that exceeds those limits.  The Peace Corps has its own size and weight limits and will not pay the cost of transport for baggage that exceeds these limits. The Peace Corps’ allowance is two checked pieces of luggage with combined dimensions of both pieces not to exceed 107 inches (length + width + height) and a carry-on bag with dimensions of no more than 45 inches. Checked baggage should not exceed 80 pounds total with a maximum weight of 50 pounds for any one bag.  
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To view countries sorted by program, go here: [[:Category:Programs|Programs]].
  
Peace Corps Volunteers are not allowed to take pets, weapons, explosives, radio transmitters (shortwave radios are permitted), automobiles, or motorcycles to their overseas assignments. Do not pack flammable materials or liquids such as lighter fluid, cleaning solvents, hair spray, or aerosol containers. This is an important safety precaution.
 
  
===What is the electric current in Botswana?===
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==Countries by Region==
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[[Africa]]<br>
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:[[Benin]]<br>
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::Small Business Development
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::Environmental Education
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::Public Health Education
  
It is 220 volts, 50 hertz. Plugs/outlets consist of both three prong round and three prong square shapes.
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:[[Botswana]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
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::Youth Development
  
===How much money should I bring?===
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:[[Burkina Faso]]<br>
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::Secondary and University Education (TEFL, math, science)
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::Primary Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Small Enterprise Development
  
Volunteers are expected to live at the same level as the people in their community. You will be given a settling-in allowance and a monthly living allowance, which should cover your expenses. Often Volunteers wish to bring additional money for vacation travel to other countries. Credit cards and bank cards are preferable to cash. Traveler’s checks are not widely accepted by businesses in Botswana and are redeemable only at certain banks. However, they can be useful for travel to other countries during vacations. Note, too, that ATM machines are widely available and linked to the banking network in the States. Only VISA cards and cards stamped with the “PLUS” logo on the back are useable. If you choose to bring extra money, bring the amount that will suit your own travel plans and needs.
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:[[Cameroon]]<br>
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::Education (TEFL, math, science, IT, health, environmental ed)
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science/Agroforestry
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::Small Enterprise Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Small Enterprise Development
  
===When can I take vacation and have people visit me?===
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:[[Cape Verde]]<br>
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::University Education (TT)
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::Vocational Education
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::Small Business Development
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::Environmental Education
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::Information Technology
  
Each Volunteer accrues two vacation days per month of service (excluding training). Leave may not be taken during training, the first three months of service, or the last three months of service, except in conjunction with an authorized emergency leave. Family and friends are welcome to visit you after pre-service training and the first three months of service as long as their stay does not interfere with your work. All vacation plans must be approved by the Volunteer’s Batswana supervisor before being submitted to the Peace Corps for approval. Extended stays (those that require more leave than you have accrued) away from your site are not encouraged and must be reviewed by your Peace Corps supervisor before being submitted to the Peace Corps country director for a final decision.
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:[[Ethiopia]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
  
The Peace Corps cannot provide Volunteers with vacation planning assistance. You are responsible for making reservations, purchasing tickets, and procuring the appropriate visas. The Peace Corps cannot provide your visitors with visa or travel assistance.
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:[[The Gambia|Gambia, The]]<br>
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::Secondary Education (math, science, IT, visual arts),
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::Small enterprise development,
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::Ecotourism,
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::Dry-land Resource Management (Environmental Ed)
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::Public Health Education
  
===Will my belongings be covered by insurance?===
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:[[Ghana]]<br>
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::Secondary education (math, physics, chemistry, and English)
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::Small Business Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Agroforestry
  
The Peace Corps does not insure personal effects. Volunteers are ultimately responsible for the safekeeping of their personal belongings. However, you can purchase personal property insurance before you leave. If you wish, you may contact your own insurance company; additionally, insurance application forms will be provided, and we encourage you to consider them carefully. Volunteers should not ship or take valuable items overseas. Jewelry, watches, radios, cameras, and expensive appliances are subject to loss, theft, and breakage, and in many places, satisfactory maintenance and repair services are not available.
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:[[Kenya]]<br>
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::Small Business Development
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::Information Technology
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::Special Education
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::Vocational Education
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::Public Health Education
  
===Do I need an international driver’s license? ===
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:[[Lesotho]]<br>
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::Small Business Development
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::Public Health Education
  
Volunteers in Botswana are not allowed to drive except during an approved vacation. Many Volunteers in southern Africa find it economically advantageous to rent a car, either alone or as a group, while traveling in the region. In such cases, it is helpful to have an international driver’s license. As with other personal travel arrangements, the Peace Corps does not assist in the procurement of international driver’s licenses.
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:[[Madagascar]]<br>
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::Education (TEFL)
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::Public Health Education
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::Natural resource management
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::NGO Development
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::Ecotourism
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::Public Health Education
  
===What should I bring as gifts for Batswana friends and my host family? ===
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:[[Malawi]]<br>
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::Public Health Education (HIV/AIDS)
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::Environmental Education
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::Secondary Education (Teacher training, science, biology)
  
The Peace Corps does not encourage you to bring gifts for your family and friends during training. The provision of such gifts is an issue to be discussed and decided by the entire group of trainees, since it is precedent-setting and may have ramifications outside the gift giver’s original intent.  For instance, expectations may arise in host families if some people provide gifts but others do not. Should you feel moved to provide a small token of appreciation to your host family, a wide range of suitable items are available locally.
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:[[Mali]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science
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::Animal Husbandry
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::Small Business Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Water and Sanitation Resources Engineering
  
One of the greatest gifts you can provide to your host family and friends is information about yourself and your life in the United States. For this reason, we encourage you to bring photos of the people and things that are important in your life.
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:[[Mauritania]]<br>
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::Temporarily Suspended
  
===Where will my site assignment be when I finish training and how isolated will I be? ===
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:[[Mozambique]]<br>
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::Secondary and Vocational Education (TEFL, science)
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::Public Health Education
  
Peace Corps trainees are not assigned to individual sites until approximately six weeks into their pre-service training. This gives Peace Corps staff the opportunity to assess each trainee’s technical and language skills prior to assigning sites, in addition to finalizing site selections with their ministry counterparts. The Botswana program has a wide variety of sites, ranging from urban to periurban to rural, and Volunteers should be prepared to accept any of them, including housing in a range of options from one room for kitchen, sleeping, and pit latrine to the other extreme of two bedroom brick homes with hot water heaters.
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:[[Namibia]]<br>
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::Education (TEFL, math, ICT, science)
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::Public Health Education
  
===How can my family contact me in an emergency? ===
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:[[Niger]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agriculture Science
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::Animal Husbandry
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::Environment Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Education (TEFL)
  
The Peace Corps’ Office of Special Services provides assistance in handling emergencies affecting trainees and Volunteers or their families. Before leaving the United States, you should instruct your family to notify the Office of Special Services immediately if an emergency arises, such as a serious illness or death of a family member. During normal business hours, the number for the Office of Special Services is 800.424.8580, extension 1470. After normal business hours and on weekends and holidays, the Special Services duty officer can be reached at 202.638.2574. For nonemergency questions, your family can get information from your country desk staff at the Peace Corps by calling 800.424.8580.
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:[[Senegal]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agriculture Science
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::Small Business Development
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::IT
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::Ecotourism
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::Environment Education
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::Public Health Education
  
===Can I call home from Botswana?===
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:[[South Africa]]<br>
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::Education (math, TEFL, science)
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::NGO Development
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::Public Health Education
  
Yes. Most telephones in the country can be used for international calls. Volunteers often call home and ask to be called back or prearrange a time to be called at a private phone or pay phone.
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:[[Swaziland]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
  
===Should I bring a cellular phone with me?===
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:[[Tanzania]]<br>
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::Secondary Education (math, science, IT)
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::Public Health, Education
  
While cellular phone services are widely available in Botswana, it is not advisable to bring a cellphone from the United States unless you check with the manufacturer and confirm that the phone will work in Botswana. In all cases, these phones are the type with SIM cards that can be changed in and out. SIM cards in Botswana cost about $15. The cost of a new cellphone in Botswana is approximately $50. Costs of phones can be covered by your moving-in allowance which Volunteers near the end of pre-service training.  Yet, you will likely want to have a cell phone upon arrival so you will probably need to put money up-front and use your moving in allowance later to cover the expense.  Peace Corps does not provide cellphones to Volunteers.
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:[[Togo]]<br>
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::Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Small Business Development
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science
  
Will there be e-mail and Internet access? Should I bring my computer?
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:[[Uganda]]<br>
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::Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Environmental Education
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::Information Technology
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::Youth Development
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science
  
Internet service is widely available in Botswana; most larger villages and towns have Internet cafes. The choice about whether to bring a computer is an individual one. Those who decide to bring a personal computer should be aware that Botswana’s climate can be tough on sensitive equipment. In addition, peripherals like printer cartridges and disks are very expensive locally. Those who bring computers or other valuable equipment should consider purchasing personal property insurance as laptops make you a target for theft.
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:[[Zambia]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agriculture Science/Agribusiness
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::Coastal Resource Management
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::Primary Education
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::Environmental Education
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::Public Health Education
  
[[Category:Botswana]]
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[[Asia]]<br>
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:[[Cambodia]]<br>
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::Secondary Education (TEFL, teacher training)
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::Community Health Education
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:[[China]]<br>
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::Education (all TEFL)
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:[[Mongolia]]<br>
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::Public Health Education
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::Youth Development
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::Small Business Development
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:[[Philippines]]<br>
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::Youth Development
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL, math, science, IT, special)
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::Environmental Education
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::Small business development
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:[[Thailand]]<br>
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::Education (TEFL)
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::Small Business Development
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[[The Caribbean]]<br>
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:[[Eastern Carribean]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
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::Special Education Training<br>
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::Youth Development<br>
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::Public Health Education<br>
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:[[Dominican Republic]]<br>
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::Appropriate Technology
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::Healthy Communities
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::Education (Including Information & Communication Technology and Literacy)
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::Community Environmental Development for Education
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::Community Economic Development
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::Youth and Family Community Development
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:[[Jamaica]]<br>
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::Youth Development
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::Environmental Education
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::Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
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[[Central America and Mexico]]<br>
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:[[Belize]]<br>
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::IT Education/Teacher Training
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::Special Education
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::Youth Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Ecotourism
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:[[Costa Rica]]<br>
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::Primary and Secondary English Teachers
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::Rural Community development
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::Youth Development
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::Small Business Development
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:[[El Salvador]]<br>
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::Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
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::Residential Construction Development
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::Urban and Regional Planning
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::Agroforestry and Sustainable Agricultural Science
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::Youth Development
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:[[Guatemala]]<br>
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::Animal Husbandry
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::Sustainable Ag Science
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::Agribusiness
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::Small Business Development
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::Urban and Regional Planning
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::Agroforestry / Environmental Education
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::Ecotourism
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::Water and Sanitation Resources Engineering
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::Public Health Education
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:[[Honduras]]<br>
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::Environmental Education
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science
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::Small Business Development
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::Information Technology
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::Urban and Regional Planning
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::Health
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::Public Health Education
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::Water Sanitation and Health
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::Youth Development
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:[[Mexico]]<br>
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::Natural Resource Management
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::Environmental Education
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::Technology Transfer
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:[[Nicaragua]]<br>
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::Small Business Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Environmental Education
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::Agriculture
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::Youth Development
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::English Teaching (TEFL)
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:[[Panama]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agriculture Systems
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::Teaching English
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::Community Environmental Conservation
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::Environmental Health
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[[Eastern Europe and Central Asia]]<br>
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:[[Albania]]<br>
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::Business Advising
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::Public Health Education
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::English Education
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:[[Armenia]]<br>
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::Small Business Development
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::English Teaching Education (TEFL)
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::Primary and High school
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::Youth development
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::Public Health Education
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::Environmental Education
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:[[Azerbaijan]]<br>
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::Secondary Teacher Education (TEFL)
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::Small Business Development
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::Business Advising
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:[[Bulgaria]]<br>
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::NGO Development
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::Small Business Development
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::Business Advising
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::Eco-tourism
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::English Teacher Training Education (TEFL)
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::Youth Development
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:[[Georgia]]<br>
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::Education TEFL
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::NGO Development
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:[[Macedonia]]<br>
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::NGO Development
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:[[Moldova]]<br>
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::Public Health Education
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::Agribusiness
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:[[Romania]]<br>
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::Environmental management and education
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::English Education (TEFL)
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::Small Business Development/Agribusiness
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::GO and NGO Development
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::Secondary Teacher Education (TEFL)
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:[[Ukraine]]<br>
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::Small Business Development
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::English Language Education
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::Youth Development
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:[[Kazakhstan]]<br>
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::Primary Education (TEFL)
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::University Education (TEFL)
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::NGO and Municipal Development
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:[[Kyrgyz Republic]]<br>
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::NGO Development
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::University Education (TEFL)
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:[[Turkmenistan]]<br>
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::Education
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::Public Health Education
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[[North Africa and the Middle East]]<br>
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:[[Jordan]]<br>
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::Special Education
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::Youth Development
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:[[Morocco]]<br>
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::Environmental Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Small Business Development
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::Youth Development
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[[Pacific Islands]]<br>
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:[[Fiji]]<br>
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::Environment Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Youth Development
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:[[Micronesia and Palau]]<br>
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::Youth Development
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::Environmental Education – Natural Resources Conservation
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:[[Samoa]]<br>
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::Education
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::Information Technology
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::Small Business Development
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::Coastal Resource Management
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:[[Tonga]]<br>
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::Education
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::Small Business Development
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:[[Vanuatu]]<br>
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL, math, science, IT)
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::Small Business Development
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::Sustainable Agriculture Science
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::Agroforestry
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::Agribusiness
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::Environmental Education
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::Eco-tourism development
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::Coastal Resources Management (coral reefs, mangroves, estuaries, and marine biology)
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::Public Health Education
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[[South America]]<br>
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:[[Bolivia]]<br>
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:[[Colombia]]<br>
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
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::Community Economic Development (CED)
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:[[Ecuador]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science
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::Animal Husbandry
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::Agroforestry
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::Public Health Education
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::Youth Development
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:[[Guyana]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
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::Education
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::Youth Development
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:[[Paraguay]]<br>
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::Sustainable Agriculture Science and Agribusiness
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::Small Business Development
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::Business Advising/Urban and Regional Planning
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::Primary Education
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::Agro-Forestry and Environmental Education
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::Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
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::Professional Health Education
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::Urban Youth Development
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::Information Technology
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:[[Peru]]<br>
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::Small Business Development and Agribusiness
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::Public Health Education
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::Youth Development
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::Environmental Education
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:[[Suriname]]<br>
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::Primary Education
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::Secondary Education
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[[Category:Country| ]]

Latest revision as of 15:00, 8 December 2015

Currently, Peace Corps Volunteers are working in 68 countries. All current regions, countries and programs where Volunteers are serving are listed below.

This page shows programs sorted by country.

To view countries sorted by program, go here: Programs.


Countries by Region[edit]

Africa

Benin
Small Business Development
Secondary Education (TEFL)
Environmental Education
Public Health Education
Botswana
Public Health Education
Youth Development
Burkina Faso
Secondary and University Education (TEFL, math, science)
Primary Education
Public Health Education
Small Enterprise Development
Cameroon
Education (TEFL, math, science, IT, health, environmental ed)
Sustainable Agricultural Science/Agroforestry
Small Enterprise Development
Public Health Education
Small Enterprise Development
Cape Verde
Secondary Education (TEFL)
University Education (TT)
Vocational Education
Small Business Development
Environmental Education
Information Technology
Ethiopia
Public Health Education
Gambia, The
Secondary Education (math, science, IT, visual arts),
Small enterprise development,
Ecotourism,
Dry-land Resource Management (Environmental Ed)
Public Health Education
Ghana
Secondary education (math, physics, chemistry, and English)
Small Business Development
Public Health Education
Agroforestry
Kenya
Small Business Development
Information Technology
Special Education
Vocational Education
Public Health Education
Lesotho
Secondary Education (TEFL)
Small Business Development
Public Health Education
Madagascar
Education (TEFL)
Public Health Education
Natural resource management
NGO Development
Ecotourism
Public Health Education
Malawi
Public Health Education (HIV/AIDS)
Environmental Education
Secondary Education (Teacher training, science, biology)
Mali
Sustainable Agricultural Science
Animal Husbandry
Small Business Development
Public Health Education
Water and Sanitation Resources Engineering
Mauritania
Temporarily Suspended
Mozambique
Secondary and Vocational Education (TEFL, science)
Public Health Education
Namibia
Education (TEFL, math, ICT, science)
Public Health Education
Niger
Sustainable Agriculture Science
Animal Husbandry
Environment Education
Public Health Education
Education (TEFL)
Senegal
Sustainable Agriculture Science
Small Business Development
IT
Ecotourism
Environment Education
Public Health Education
South Africa
Education (math, TEFL, science)
NGO Development
Public Health Education
Swaziland
Public Health Education
Tanzania
Secondary Education (math, science, IT)
Public Health, Education
Togo
Education
Public Health Education
Small Business Development
Sustainable Agricultural Science
Uganda
Education
Public Health Education
Environmental Education
Information Technology
Youth Development
Sustainable Agricultural Science
Zambia
Sustainable Agriculture Science/Agribusiness
Coastal Resource Management
Primary Education
Environmental Education
Public Health Education


Asia

Cambodia
Secondary Education (TEFL, teacher training)
Community Health Education
China
Education (all TEFL)
Mongolia
Secondary Education (TEFL)
Public Health Education
Youth Development
Small Business Development
Philippines
Youth Development
Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL, math, science, IT, special)
Environmental Education
Small business development
Thailand
Education (TEFL)
Small Business Development

The Caribbean

Eastern Carribean
Public Health Education
Special Education Training
Youth Development
Public Health Education
Dominican Republic
Appropriate Technology
Healthy Communities
Education (Including Information & Communication Technology and Literacy)
Community Environmental Development for Education
Community Economic Development
Youth and Family Community Development
Jamaica
Youth Development
Environmental Education
Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering


Central America and Mexico

Belize
IT Education/Teacher Training
Special Education
Youth Development
Public Health Education
Ecotourism
Costa Rica
Primary and Secondary English Teachers
Rural Community development
Youth Development
Small Business Development
El Salvador
Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
Residential Construction Development
Urban and Regional Planning
Agroforestry and Sustainable Agricultural Science
Youth Development
Guatemala
Animal Husbandry
Sustainable Ag Science
Agribusiness
Small Business Development
Urban and Regional Planning
Agroforestry / Environmental Education
Ecotourism
Water and Sanitation Resources Engineering
Public Health Education
Honduras
Environmental Education
Sustainable Agricultural Science
Small Business Development
Information Technology
Urban and Regional Planning
Health
Public Health Education
Water Sanitation and Health
Youth Development
Mexico
Natural Resource Management
Environmental Education
Technology Transfer
Nicaragua
Small Business Development
Public Health Education
Environmental Education
Agriculture
Youth Development
English Teaching (TEFL)
Panama
Sustainable Agriculture Systems
Teaching English
Community Environmental Conservation
Environmental Health

Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Albania
Business Advising
Public Health Education
English Education
Armenia
Small Business Development
English Teaching Education (TEFL)
Primary and High school
Youth development
Public Health Education
Environmental Education
Azerbaijan
Secondary Teacher Education (TEFL)
Small Business Development
Business Advising
Bulgaria
NGO Development
Small Business Development
Business Advising
Eco-tourism
English Teacher Training Education (TEFL)
Youth Development
Georgia
Education TEFL
NGO Development
Macedonia
Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
NGO Development
Moldova
Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
Public Health Education
Agribusiness
Romania
Environmental management and education
English Education (TEFL)
Small Business Development/Agribusiness
GO and NGO Development
Secondary Teacher Education (TEFL)
Ukraine
Small Business Development
English Language Education
Youth Development
Kazakhstan
Primary Education (TEFL)
Secondary Education (TEFL)
University Education (TEFL)
NGO and Municipal Development
Kyrgyz Republic
NGO Development
Secondary Education (TEFL)
University Education (TEFL)
Turkmenistan
Education
Public Health Education

North Africa and the Middle East

Jordan
Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
Special Education
Youth Development
Morocco
Environmental Education
Public Health Education
Small Business Development
Youth Development

Pacific Islands

Fiji
Environment Education
Public Health Education
Youth Development
Micronesia and Palau
Youth Development
Environmental Education – Natural Resources Conservation
Samoa
Education
Information Technology
Small Business Development
Coastal Resource Management
Tonga
Education
Small Business Development
Vanuatu
Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL, math, science, IT)
Small Business Development
Sustainable Agriculture Science
Agroforestry
Agribusiness
Environmental Education
Eco-tourism development
Coastal Resources Management (coral reefs, mangroves, estuaries, and marine biology)
Public Health Education

South America

Bolivia
Colombia
Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL)
Community Economic Development (CED)
Ecuador
Sustainable Agricultural Science
Animal Husbandry
Agroforestry
Public Health Education
Youth Development
Guyana
Public Health Education
Education
Youth Development
Paraguay
Sustainable Agriculture Science and Agribusiness
Small Business Development
Business Advising/Urban and Regional Planning
Primary Education
Agro-Forestry and Environmental Education
Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
Professional Health Education
Urban Youth Development
Information Technology
Peru
Small Business Development and Agribusiness
Public Health Education
Youth Development
Environmental Education
Suriname
Primary Education
Secondary Education