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  • ... to expand and diversify the secondary school system in rural areas. Since the early 1990s, Volunteers have focused their educational efforts on teacher t == History and Future of Peace Corps Programming in Belize ==
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  • ...rps opened the way to establish a Peace Corps post in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province. ...the training was canceled; the China program was temporarily suspended and the trainees were offered assignments in other countries.
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  • ...ned East Timor in the context of a growing Peace Corps presence throughout the world. ...s signed soon afterward by Nobel Peace Laureate and East Timorese Minister of Foreign Affairs José Ramos-Horta.
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  • ''This article is a stub. You can help Peace Corps Wiki by [http://peacecorpswiki.org/History_of_the_Peace_Corps_in_Equatorial
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  • ===History of the Peace Corps in Ethiopia=== Peace Corps/Ethiopia is one of the oldest Peace Corps
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  • ...rcent rural population demography. Volunteers serve in all 10 districts of the country. ...mmunity development projects that place Volunteers in education, HIV/AIDS, the environment, and community economic development.
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  • ...condary school English education program. Over the next three years, Peace Corps/Macedonia grew to include programs in business, environmental education, an ...surprisingly quick return of these refugees to Kosovo meant that the Peace Corps was able to resume operations after only a six-month suspension.
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  • ...the program has developed a close working relationship with the government of Malawi. ...munity level. Currently, there are approximately 100 Volunteers working in the health, education, and environment sectors.
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  • ''This article is a stub. You can help Peace Corps Wiki by [http://peacecorpswiki.org/History_of_the_Peace_Corps_in_Marshall_I
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  • ...tics, and science. Those 123 Volunteers were the second group in any Peace Corps country. ...rved in the Philippines, and it is the country in which the largest number of Volunteers has served.
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  • ...College of Technology (SCOT) and in Manzini, computer work in the Ministry of Finance, urban planning, and geology. ...ified secondary school teachers. These factors made the sustainability of the education project difficult.
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  • ...rps Volunteers have served in Tonga, primarily as teachers. However, Peace Corps programming in Tonga has also included work in fisheries, agriculture, phys ...unteers will build upon the foundations established by several generations of Volunteers in Tonga.
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  • ...e Corps decided to focus resources and Volunteers in the education sector. The first three Volunteers arrived in 1989, and they were assigned to teach eit ...rps continued to provide assistance in this area. This group also included the first Volunteer assigned to a rural training center.
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  • ''This article is a stub. You can help Peace Corps Wiki by [http://peacecorpswiki.org/History_of_the_Peace_Corps_in_Zimbabwe?t
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  • ...ace Corps had to close its program in East Pakistan. At the end of the war of independence in 1971, East Pakistan declared itself an independent country ===History and Future of Peace Corps Programming in Bangladesh===
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  • ...Botswana. There are scores of leading figures in Botswana who have a Peace Corps connection, be it as a co-worker, teacher, or friend. ...ears. Formal sector employment grew from 14,000 jobs to 120,000. Moreover, the nation’s infrastructure, including roads, power generation, schools, heal
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  • ...viding a comprehensive approach to assisting with community development at the local level. ...gn language (TEFL) in primary and secondary schools, the other half are in the COD and YD programs.
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  • ...al times during training and in the first six-months of service, but after the shock my initial adjustment I became quite active throughout my service. ...e medical field and had just received a Masters in Adult Education in June of 1999. I knew very little about teaching deaf children. We received some tra
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  • == Description of Service == ...i Long was invited into Peace Corps service. She was assigned as a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Teacher Trainer (191) in Akhurian, Arm
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  • |projecttype=Crisis Corps ...reater prevention and mitigation attention, especially from members within the community. They must learn how to lessen, manage and cope with threatening
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  • ==Peace Corps History== ''Main article: [[History of the Peace Corps in East Timor]]''
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  • ==Description of Service == Part of Fiji 35.
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  • ... be transported either to an American medical facility in the region or to the United States. ...er’s control. When someone does contract an illness, it is often because of poor health practices.
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  • The Peace Corps’ highest priority is maintaining the good health and safety of each Volunteer. Peace Corps medical
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  • ...ported either to an American-standard medical facility in the region or to the United States. ==Health Issues in The Gambia==
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  • #REDIRECT[[History of the Peace Corps in Armenia]]
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  • ... to expand and diversify the secondary school system in rural areas. Since the early 1990s, Volunteers have focused their educational efforts on teacher t == History and Future of Peace Corps Programming in Belize ==
    10 KB (1,189 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...rps opened the way to establish a Peace Corps post in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province. ...the training was canceled; the China program was temporarily suspended and the trainees were offered assignments in other countries.
    4 KB (543 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...ned East Timor in the context of a growing Peace Corps presence throughout the world. ...s signed soon afterward by Nobel Peace Laureate and East Timorese Minister of Foreign Affairs José Ramos-Horta.
    7 KB (935 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ===History of the Peace Corps in Ethiopia=== Peace Corps/Ethiopia is one of the oldest Peace Corps
    4 KB (498 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...rcent rural population demography. Volunteers serve in all 10 districts of the country. ...mmunity development projects that place Volunteers in education, HIV/AIDS, the environment, and community economic development.
    8 KB (978 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...condary school English education program. Over the next three years, Peace Corps/Macedonia grew to include programs in business, environmental education, an ...surprisingly quick return of these refugees to Kosovo meant that the Peace Corps was able to resume operations after only a six-month suspension.
    12 KB (1,620 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...the program has developed a close working relationship with the government of Malawi. ...munity level. Currently, there are approximately 100 Volunteers working in the health, education, and environment sectors.
    8 KB (1,018 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...tics, and science. Those 123 Volunteers were the second group in any Peace Corps country. ...rved in the Philippines, and it is the country in which the largest number of Volunteers has served.
    11 KB (1,389 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...College of Technology (SCOT) and in Manzini, computer work in the Ministry of Finance, urban planning, and geology. ...ified secondary school teachers. These factors made the sustainability of the education project difficult.
    8 KB (952 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...rps Volunteers have served in Tonga, primarily as teachers. However, Peace Corps programming in Tonga has also included work in fisheries, agriculture, phys ...unteers will build upon the foundations established by several generations of Volunteers in Tonga.
    7 KB (857 words) - 10:40, 21 May 2014
  • ...e Corps decided to focus resources and Volunteers in the education sector. The first three Volunteers arrived in 1989, and they were assigned to teach eit ...rps continued to provide assistance in this area. This group also included the first Volunteer assigned to a rural training center.
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