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The Peace Corps program in Armenia began in 1992.  During the first years, conditions were very difficult, with no electricity or heat. The country was reeling from the aftermath of the devastating 1988 earthquake, the breakup of the Soviet Union, and a war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian enclave. Since then, more than 500 Volunteers have served in Armenia.
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          CONGRATULATIONS on your upcoming Swearing-In Ceremony!
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Today, conditions have significantly improved. There is electricity throughout the country. Yerevan, the capital, is an increasingly modern city with a European atmosphere. More restaurants, cafes, jazz clubs, and Internet cafés have opened in and around the city; and new hotels and restaurants are being built near Lake Sevan, Gyumri, and other regional cities.  Still, rural poverty is pervasive, and the loss of hope among some Armenians forces many to emigrate to other countries.
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After years of Soviet rule, Peace Corps Volunteers were the first Americans many Armenians had ever met. Living with the people in their communities, Volunteers have brought hope of a better future, and many have formed lifelong friendships with Armenian counterparts, friends, and neighbors.
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There are now approximately 95 Volunteers serving in villages and towns throughout the country. Peace Corps is well-established in Armenia and has a strong reputation for effective grass-roots development work.
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[[Image:volunteers oath, Mauritania, September 2007.jpg|thumb|left|Trainees swear in as volunteers in Mauritania in September 2007.]]
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<blockquote><i>I, [state your name], do solemnly swear or affirm that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, domestic and foreign, that I take this obligation freely and without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will well and faithfully discharge my duties in the Peace Corps by working with the people of [the host country] as partners in friendship and in peace.</i></blockquote>
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November 25 [[Peru]]<br>
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January 4 [[Jordan]]<br>
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'''''2010'''''<br>
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October 29 [[Guatemala]] <br>
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August 27 [[China]]<br>
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August 18 [[Cameroon]]<br>
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August 13 Sierra Leone <br>
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July 23 Bulgaria <br>
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June 26 [[Panamá]]<br>
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December 9 [[Azerbaijan]]<br>
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August 28 [[Madagascar]]<br>
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August 27 [[Swaziland]]<br>
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August 14 [[Paraguay]]<br>
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April 29 [[Morocco]]<br>
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January 1 [[The Gambia]]<br>
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December 22 [[Nicaragua]]<br>
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December 12 [[Ghana]]<br>
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December 12 [[Macedonia]]<br>
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December 12 [[Mozambique]]<br>
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December 12 [[Niger]]<br>
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December 11 [[Cameroon]]<br>
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December 10 [[Azerbaijan]]<br>
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December 9 [[Ukraine]]<br>
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December 9 [[Malawi]]<br>
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December 5 [[Peru]]<br>
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December 4 [[Togo]]<br>
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November 20 [[Nicaragua]]<br>
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November 14 [[Kazakhstan]]<br>
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November 7 [[Philippines]]<br>
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October 29 [[Belize]]<br>
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October 27 [[Liberia]]<br>
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October 27 [[Panama]]<br>
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October 9 [[Bulgaria]]<br>
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August 28 [[Swaziland]]<br>
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August 22 [[Cameroon]]<br>
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August 21 [[Togo]]<br>
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July 25 [[Nicaragua]]<br>
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July 24 [[Fiji]]<br>
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July 23 [[Malawi]]<br>
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'''''2007'''''<br>
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December 5 [[Cameroon]]<br>
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October 18 [[Uganda]]<br>
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September 25 [[Niger]]<br>
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July 30 [[Guatemala]]<br>
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May 12 [[Senegal]]<br>
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August 25 [[Ecuador]]<br>
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June 15 [[Tanzania]]<br>
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August 23 [[Armenia]]
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September 12 [[The Gambia]]<br>
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==Current Events==
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Revision as of 03:18, 15 October 2013

The Peace Corps program in Armenia began in 1992. During the first years, conditions were very difficult, with no electricity or heat. The country was reeling from the aftermath of the devastating 1988 earthquake, the breakup of the Soviet Union, and a war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian enclave. Since then, more than 500 Volunteers have served in Armenia.

Today, conditions have significantly improved. There is electricity throughout the country. Yerevan, the capital, is an increasingly modern city with a European atmosphere. More restaurants, cafes, jazz clubs, and Internet cafés have opened in and around the city; and new hotels and restaurants are being built near Lake Sevan, Gyumri, and other regional cities. Still, rural poverty is pervasive, and the loss of hope among some Armenians forces many to emigrate to other countries.

After years of Soviet rule, Peace Corps Volunteers were the first Americans many Armenians had ever met. Living with the people in their communities, Volunteers have brought hope of a better future, and many have formed lifelong friendships with Armenian counterparts, friends, and neighbors.

There are now approximately 95 Volunteers serving in villages and towns throughout the country. Peace Corps is well-established in Armenia and has a strong reputation for effective grass-roots development work.

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