The Pacific Islands

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The types of programs and specific Volunteer activities vary considerably across this vast and diverse region. The majority of Volunteers work in health, the environment, and education, with large numbers also engaged in small business development and agriculture. Volunteer activities in most countries also target women and youth-at-risk.
The types of programs and specific Volunteer activities vary considerably across this vast and diverse region. The majority of Volunteers work in health, the environment, and education, with large numbers also engaged in small business development and agriculture. Volunteer activities in most countries also target women and youth-at-risk.

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The types of programs and specific Volunteer activities vary considerably across this vast and diverse region. The majority of Volunteers work in health, the environment, and education, with large numbers also engaged in small business development and agriculture. Volunteer activities in most countries also target women and youth-at-risk.

For a detailed history of Peace Corps in Inter-America and the Pacific Region see here


Current

Fiji Samoa
Kiribati Tonga
Micronesia and Palau Vanuatu


Past

Cook Islands Papua New Guinea
Marshall Islands Solomon Islands
Niue Tuvalu
East Timor


External Links

The Pacific Islands Official US Peace Corps website on The Pacific Islands

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