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  • ...the PC Quito office to offer continued support of community projects. In 2003 RPCVs Josh Busby ('97-'99) and [[Ben Bellows]] ('97-'00) approached Tad and
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  • Nora Bedard, 2001-2003, Cajola.
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  • In March 2003, the Peace Corps created the Office of Safety and Security with its mission
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  • ...owledge and skills as well as community needs. In February 2003 and August 2003, two more groups of Volunteers arrived, with about half the Volunteers in e | [[2003]]
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  • ...s earliest and most prolific programs. Peace Corps returned to Botswana in 2003 at the request of President Festus Mogae. His request was borne out of a st ...rps would be beneficial. This new Peace Corps project was launched in June 2003; the partnership is devoted specifically to Peace Corps’ supporting and e
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  • ...teers started assignments throughout the country in September 1995, and in 2003, the youth development program (YD) was initiated. In 2004, the community a | [[2003]]
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  • ...project in response to the government’s urgent request for teachers. In 2003, in response to government initiatives and articulated local needs, a small In 2003, Peace Corps/Burkina Faso, in collaboration with the Ministries of Commerce
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  • ...ry sector of the Peace Corps/Costa Rica program from 1998 through 2002. In 2003, a second project in rural community development began; it focuses on the p ...ace Corps initiated the rural community development (RCD) project in early 2003 to focus on the poorest rural communities. The host country agency for this
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  • ...aningful and substantive contributions to the development of Fiji. In late 2003, the program reopened. Volunteers now work in two project sectors: integrat | [[2003]]
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  • | [[2003]]
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  • ...er and were sworn-in in February 2003. A second group arrived in September 2003. Since then, two new groups of trainees arrive to serve in Peru each year. | [[2003]]
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  • ...us on other project areas, the education project was graduated in December 2003. | [[2003]]
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  • | [[2003]] | [[2003]]
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  • | [[2003]] | [[2003]]
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  • ...uth leadership and activism by employing peer education models. In January 2003, Peace Corps/Tanzania and the Ministry of Education and Culture initiated a | [[2003]]
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  • ...again in 2001 to encompass an income, food, and environmental project. In 2003, a new education project was launched and a fifth program is underway. Usin | [[2003]]
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  • Richard, Holly Gail, Belize, Central America; 2001- 2003; Crooked Tree Village; RCD&E Rural Community Developement and Education. |yearserviceended=2003
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  • |yearserviceended=2003 In transition toward graduate school in Fall 2003. Teaching in a summer program.
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  • In June of 2003, The Center of Excellence in Environmental Systems (an industry group) pres
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  • ...ccessfully completed the construction of a children’s playground in June 2003. ...eral other Peace Corps volunteers to implement activities for Earth Day in 2003. He designed and implemented the First Annual Earth Day Poster Contest in V
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