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...(depending on the number of Volunteers) medical officers, who take care of Volunteers’ primary healthcare needs. Additional medical services, such as testing a
..., and intestinal parasites. Being isolated from family, friends, and other Volunteers and living in a different culture can be unsettling and stressful. Malaria
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...st in the Community Health Education sector at the Hope ’98 NGO in Vayk, Armenia.
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Peace Corps Volunteers assist the government of Armenia in an effort to address multiple development challenges. Currently, the Pea
''Main article: [[History of Peace Corps in Armenia]]''
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Volunteers can make international calls from the larger cities, but they are expensive
...e asked to be wardens (i.e., points of contact for a small number of other Volunteers when they leave their sites or in the event of family or other emergencies)
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Residents and Volunteers alike in Georgia report varying success with the postal service. Some have
...e Corps-issued phones for free. Trainees keep the phones after they become Volunteers and use them throughout their service.
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...a maintains a clinic with two full-time medical officers, who take care of Volunteers’ primary healthcare needs. Additional medical services, such as testing a
===Health Issues in Armenia===
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