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Volunteers in Eastern Europe and Central Asia work to strengthen the capacity of local communities to address changing and complex needs in [[education]], [[health]], [[business]], [[agriculture]], and the [[environment]]. Volunteers share important technical expertise, promote civic responsibility, and make significant contributions to creating a better understanding of Americans in nations long isolated from democracy.
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See also: [[Mexico]]
 
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For a detailed history of Peace Corps in Europe, Mediterranean, and Asia Region see [[EMA|here]]
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'''Current'''
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|[[Albania]] || [[Moldova]]
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|[[Armenia]] ||[[Romania]]
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|[[Azerbaijan]]|| [[Ukraine]]
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|[[Bulgaria]] ||[[Kazakhstan]]
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|[[Georgia]] ||[[Kyrgyz Republic]]
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|[[Macedonia]] || [[Turkmenistan]]
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'''Past'''
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For a detailed history of Peace Corps in the Baltics ([[Estonia]], [[Lithuania]], [[Latvia]]) see [[History of Peace Corps in the Baltics]]
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|[[Bosnia-Herzegovina]] || [[Lithuania]]
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|[[Cyprus]] ||[[Poland]]
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|[[Czech Republic]] ||[[Russia]]
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|[[Estonia]] ||[[Slovak Republic]]
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|[[Hungary]] ||[[Turkey]]
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|[[Latvia]] ||[[Uzbekistan]]
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==Statistics==
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'''[[Eastern Europe and Central Asia]]''' currently represents '''20%''' of the volunteers.
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By sector:<br>
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Volunteers serving in [[Eastern Europe and Central Asia]]<br>
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'''51%''' are [[Education| Education Volunteers]]<br>
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'''21%''' are [[Business Development|Business]] and [[Information technology|Information & Communication Technology Volunteers]]<br>
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'''15%''' are [[Youth Outreach|Youth]] and [[Community Development| Community Development Volunteers]]<br>
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'''6%''' are [[Environment| Environment Volunteers]]<br>
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'''5%''' are [[Agriculture| Agriculture Volunteers]]<br>
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'''3%''' are [[Health| Health Volunteers]]<br>
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==External links==
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* [http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.wherepc.easteurope&noflash=yes Eastern Europe and Central Asia] Official US Peace Corps website on Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
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[http://nathantwarne.com N] website
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[[Category:Eastern Europe and Central Asia]]
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Latest revision as of 12:11, 8 December 2015

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See also: Mexico