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'''R. Sargant Shriver'''<br>
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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.  
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Appointed by: President Kennedy<br>
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March 22, 1961 - February 28, 1966<br>
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On March 1, 1961, President Kennedy signed an executive order establishing the Peace Corps. Three days later, Shriver became its first director. Deployment was rapid: Volunteers arrived in five countries during 1961. In just under six years, Shriver developed programs in 55 countries with more than 14,500 Volunteers.  
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This page shows programs sorted by country. <br>
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To view countries sorted by program, go here: [[:Category:Programs|Programs]].
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'''Jack Vaughn'''<br>
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==Countries by Region==
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Appointed by: President Johnson<br>
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[[Africa]]<br>
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March 1, 1966 - April 30, 1969<br>
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:[[Benin]]<br>
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Vaughn took steps to improve Peace Corps marketing, programming, and Volunteer support as large numbers of former Volunteers joined the Peace Corps staff. He also promoted Volunteer assignments in conservation, natural resource management, and community development.
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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
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:[[Botswana]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
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::Youth Development
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'''Joseph Blatchford'''<br>
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:[[Burkina Faso]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Nixon<br>
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::Secondary and University Education (TEFL, math, science)
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May 1, 1969 - July 1, 1971<br>
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::Primary Education
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Blatchford served as head of the new ACTION agency, which encompassed U.S. domestic and foreign volunteer service programs including the Peace Corps. He created the Office of Returned Volunteers to help Volunteers serve in their communities at home, and initiated New Directions, a program emphasizing Volunteer skills.
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::Public Health Education
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::Small Enterprise Development
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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
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'''Kevin O'Donnell'''<br>
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:[[Cape Verde]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Nixon<br>
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::Secondary Education (TEFL)
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July 1, 1971 - September 30, 1972<br>
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::University Education (TT)
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O'Donnell's appointment was the first for a former country director (Korea, 1966-70). He worked tirelessly to save the Peace Corps from budget cuts. He believed strongly in a non-career Peace Corps and resigned as director exactly six years after first joining the Peace Corps.
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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
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:[[Ethiopia]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
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'''Donald Hess'''<br>
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:[[The Gambia|Gambia, The]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Nixon<br>
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::Secondary Education (math, science, IT, visual arts),  
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August 11, 1972 - September 30, 1973<br>
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::Small enterprise development,  
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Hess initiated training of Volunteers in the host country where they would eventually serve. With this came the greater utilization of host country nationals in the training programs. The training provided more realistic preparation, and costs dropped for the agency. Hess also sought to end the down-sizing of the Peace Corps.
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::Ecotourism,
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::Dry-land Resource Management (Environmental Ed)
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::Public Health Education
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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
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'''Nicholas Craw'''<br>
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:[[Kenya]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Nixon<br>
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::Small Business Development
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October 1, 1973 - September 1, 1974<br>
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::Information Technology
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Craw sought to increase the number of Volunteers in the field and to stabilize the agency's future. He introduced a goal-setting measurement plan, the Country Management Plan, which gave a firm foundation for increased Congressional support and for improved resource allocation across all Peace Corps' countries.
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::Special Education
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::Vocational Education
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::Public Health Education
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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
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'''John Dellenback'''<br>
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:[[Madagascar]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Ford<br>
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::Education (TEFL)
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April 28, 1975 - May 13, 1977<br>
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::Public Health Education
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Dellenback worked to make the best possible health care available to Volunteers. He also placed great emphasis on recruiting generalists. He believed in taking committed applicants without specific development skills and providing concentrated training to prepare them for service.
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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
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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)
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'''Carolyn R. Payton'''<br>
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:[[Mali]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Carter<br>
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::Sustainable Agricultural Science
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October 11, 1977 - December 18, 1978<br>
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::Animal Husbandry
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Payton was the first female Director of the Peace Corps, and the first African American. As Director, she believed strongly in reflecting America's diversity in the corps of Volunteers and worked tirelessly to convince young people that Peace Corps service would enrich their lives.
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::Small Business Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Water and Sanitation Resources Engineering
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:[[Mauritania]]<br>
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::Temporarily Suspended
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'''Richard F. Celeste'''<br>
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:[[Mozambique]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Carter<br>
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::Secondary and Vocational Education (TEFL, science)
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April 27, 1979 - January 20, 1981<br>
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::Public Health Education
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Celeste focused on the role of women in development and was successful in involving women and minorities in the agency, particularly for staff positions. He invested heavily in training, including the development of a worldwide core curriculum, so that all Volunteers had a common context in which to work.
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:[[Namibia]]<br>
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::Education (TEFL, math, ICT, science)
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::Public Health Education
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'''Loret Miller Ruppe'''<br>
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:[[Niger]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Reagan<br>
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::Sustainable Agriculture Science
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May 6, 1981 - April 20, 1989<br>
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::Animal Husbandry
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Ruppe was the longest-serving Director and a champion of women in development. She launched the Competitive Enterprise Development program to promote business-oriented projects. She established the Caribbean Basin Initiative, the Initiative for Central America, and the African Food Systems Initiative to help address regional challenges.
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::Environment Education
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::Public Health Education
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::Education (TEFL)
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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
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'''Paul D. Coverdell'''<br>
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:[[South Africa]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Bush<br>
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::Education (math, TEFL, science)
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April 20, 1989 - October 1, 1991<br>
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::NGO Development
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Coverdell established two programs with a domestic focus. World Wise Schools enabled U.S. students to correspond with Volunteers serving overseas in an effort to promote international awareness and cross-cultural understanding. Fellows/USA assisted returned Volunteers in pursuing graduate studies while serving local communities in the U.S.
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::Public Health Education
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:[[Swaziland]]<br>
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::Public Health Education
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'''Elaine Chao'''<br>
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:[[Tanzania]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Bush<br>
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::Secondary Education (math, science, IT)
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October 8, 1991 - November 13, 1992<br>
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::Public Health, Education
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Chao was the first Asian American to serve as Director of the Peace Corps. She expanded the Peace Corps' presence in Eastern Europe and Central Asia by establishing the first Peace Corps programs Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and other newly independent countries.
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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
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'''Carol Bellamy'''<br>
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:[[Uganda]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Clinton<br>
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::Education
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October 7, 1993 - May 1, 1995<br>
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::Public Health Education
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Bellamy was the first returned Volunteer (Guatemala 1963-65) to be confirmed by the Senate as Director of the Peace Corps.
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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
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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
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'''Mark D. Gearan'''<br>
 
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Appointed by: President Clinton<br>
 
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September 26, 1995 - August 11, 1999<br>
 
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Gearan established the Crisis Corps, a program that allows returned Peace Corps Volunteers to help overseas communities recover from natural disasters and humanitarian crises. He supported expanding the corps of Volunteers and opened new Volunteer programs in South Africa, Jordan, Bangladesh, and Mozambique.
 
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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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'''Mark L. Schneider'''<br>
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:[[China]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Clinton<br>
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::Education (all TEFL)
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December 23, 1999 - January 20, 2001<br>
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Schneider was the second returned Volunteer (El Salvador, 1966-68) to head the agency. He launched an initiative to increase Volunteers' participation in helping prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa, and he also sought Volunteers to work on information technology projects to enhance development of overseas communities.
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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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'''Gaddi H. Vasquez'''<br>
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:[[Philippines]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Bush<br>
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::Youth Development
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January 23, 2002 - September 7, 2006<br>
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::Primary and Secondary Education (TEFL, math, science, IT, special)
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The first Hispanic American director, Gaddi Vasquez focused the recruitment program to attract a more diversity and oversaw a 30-year high in the Volunteers. He opened an historic program in Mexico, enhanced the worldwide safety and security systems, and initiated programs under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.
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::Environmental Education
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::Small business development
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'''Ronald A. Tschetter'''<br>
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:[[Thailand]]<br>
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Appointed by: President George W. Bush<br>
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::Education (TEFL)
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September 26, 2006 – January 16, 2009<br>
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::Small Business Development
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Tschetter is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served with his wife, Nancy, in India from 1966-1968 in community health. As Director, he focused on expanding the number of Peace Corps Volunteers age 50 plus, measuring success and impact of the agency, and promoting volunteerism.
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'''Aaron S. Williams'''<br>
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[[The Caribbean]]<br>
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Appointed by: President Barack Obama<br>
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:[[Eastern Carribean]]<br>
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August 24, 2009 – September 17, 2012<br>
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::Public Health Education
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A returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served in the Dominican Republic from 1967 to 1970, Williams during his first year as Director, oversaw the historic re-opening of Peace Corps programs in Colombia, Sierra Leone, and Indonesia.  In recognition of the agency's 50th anniversary in 2011, Director Williams encouraged all Americans to consider being part of the Peace Corps' legacy of public service and benefit from its life-defining leadership experience.
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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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==External Links==
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:[[Dominican Republic]]<br>
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*[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.history.Pastdir Past Directors] Official US Peace Corps Website
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::Appropriate Technology
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*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_Corps#Directors List of Directors on Wikipedia]
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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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[[Category:History of the Peace Corps]]
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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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::Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
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::Business Advising
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::Agribusiness
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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 Science
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::Small Business Development
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::Public Health Education
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::Environmental Education
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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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:[[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| ]]

Revision as of 04:03, 15 October 2013

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

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)
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
Water and Sanitation Resource Engineering
Business Advising
Agribusiness
Nicaragua
Small Business Development
Public Health Education
Environmental Education
Agriculture
Youth Development
English Teaching (TEFL)
Panama
Sustainable Agriculture Science
Small Business Development
Public Health Education
Environmental Education

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
Ecuador
Sustainable Agricultural Science
Animal Husbandry
Agroforestry
Public Health Education
Youth Development
Guyana
Public Health Education
Education
Youth Development
Paraguay
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