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==Statistics==
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<b>[[Latin America]]</b> currently represents <b>22%</b> of the volunteers.<br><br>
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By sector:<br>
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Volunteers serving in [[Latin America]]<br>
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<b>25%</b> are [[Business Development | Business]] and [[Information technology | Information & Communication Technology Volunteers]]<br>
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<b>22%</b> are [[Health | Health Volunteers]]<br>
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<b>19%</b> are [[Youth Outreach | Youth]] and [[Community Development | Community Development Volunteers]]<br>
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<b>15%</b> are [[Environment | Environment Volunteers]]<br>
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<b>10%</b> are [[Education | Education Volunteers]]<br>
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<b>9%</b> are [[Agriculture | Agriculture Volunteers]]<br>

Revision as of 19:56, 20 November 2008

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Volunteers have the opportunity to experience the rich cultural and geographic diversity that make any one of these Caribbean nations a challenging and rewarding country of service.

For a detailed history of Peace Corps in Inter-America and the Pacific Region see here


Current

Bolivia Paraguay
Ecuador Peru
Guyana Suriname


Past

Argentina Colombia
Brazil Uruguay
Chile Venezuela


Statistics

Latin America currently represents 22% of the volunteers.

By sector:
Volunteers serving in Latin America
25% are Business and Information & Communication Technology Volunteers
22% are Health Volunteers
19% are Youth and Community Development Volunteers
15% are Environment Volunteers
10% are Education Volunteers
9% are Agriculture Volunteers


External Links

South America Official US Peace Corps website on South America

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