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It is organized both by country and by date. You can add to both categories or just one, but it would be helpful for organization to add to both.             
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There are actually four different places to add a new invitation. (We are working on a way to make it more efficient)
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[[Image:Pc-invite.jpg|thumb|left|"'''Congratulations!''' It is with great pleasure that we invite you to begin training in..."]][[Image:Invitepaperwork.JPG|thumb|right|''"Speaking of overwhelming...." (Invitee)'']] Please be sure to '''only''' add [[{{CURRENTYEAR}}]] and [[{{#expr:{{CURRENTYEAR}}+1}}]] invitations. We only want those, ''nothing'' from any "unofficial directories" we know of, and '''no''' speculations. Please remember that departures can always change, and this should be a guide only, nothing is set in stone. Especially in the Peace Corps! :)                                       
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Why? Because we don't want to be misleading to those of us looking for departing countries in [[{{CURRENTYEAR}}]]/[[{{#expr:{{CURRENTYEAR}}+1}}]]. If you add a country, make sure to add the country/date to both sections: by date and by country. Please use the staging date. Only do so if it is ''your'' invitation. If you start getting invitations for months we don't have on here-- just add those to our list and please format it the same way. Use the '''staging''' date, because that is what they use as the "6-wk deadline" rule. Also, do not delete anything under "By Date" or "By Country" as that will be misleading in future months/years since this Timeline is an attempt to create a time archive of programs we can read, not just one date. Past invitations can be found at the '''[[Timeline Archive]]'''. Thank you all! <br>                                             
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==Timeline==
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<b> 8 weeks from today: {{StripWhitespace|{{TodayPlusX|8*7}}}}</b>
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[[2011]]
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[[June]] 1 = [[Cameroon]] <br>             
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June 1 = [[Sierra Leone]] <br>
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June 1 = [[Ecuador]] <br>
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June 1 = [[Mali]] <br>
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June 1 = [[Sierra Leone]] <br>
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June 1 = [[Armenia]] <br>
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June 1 = [[Togo]] <br>
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June 2 = [[Mongolia]] <br>
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June 2 = [[Mozambique]] <br>
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June 2 = [[Swaziland]] <br>
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June 6 = [[Burkina Faso]]<br>
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June 6 = [[Kenya]] <br>
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June 6 = [[Ghana]] <br>
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June 7 = [[Moldova]] <br>
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June 8 = [[Liberia]] <br>
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[[July]] 1 = [[Philippines]]<br>
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July 6 = [[Honduras]]<br>
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July 6 = [[Guinea]]<br>
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July 11 = [[Madagascar]]<br>
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July 13 = [[Cape Verde]]<br>
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[[August]] 1 = [[Zambia]] <br>             
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August 3 = [[Uganda]]<br>
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[[September]] 9 = [[Macedonia]]<br>
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September 12 = [[Morocco]]<br>
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September 12 = [[Rwanda]]<br>
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September 15 = [[Botswana]]<br>
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