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Members of Congress. Diplomats. Educators. Business leaders. Researchers. Doctors. Writers. And the list goes on and on.
  
<span style="color:red">If you wish to add your project to the Project Bank, hold the Control (Ctrl) key while you left click this [[Ghana help page|'''LINK''']], which contains step-by-step instructions.</span>
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Former Peace Corps Volunteers use the skills and experiences they gained overseas to help build careers in virtually every sector of our society. They are leaders, problem-solvers, and creative voices. They can be found in every walk of life. And many say their Peace Corps service had a profound impact on their careers.
  
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Former Volunteers possess a high level of confidence, independent judgment, and cross-cultural resourcefulness that are recognized by employers in all professions.
  
==Project Classification==
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Arts and literature]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Nonprofit and Development]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Government]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Education]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Foreign Service]]<br>
  
'''AGRICULTURE and ENVIRONMENT''' (including water and sanitation)
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==External Links==
*[[Community Rabbit-Rearing Project]]  ''(SPA)''
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.notable Notable Former Volunteers] Official US Peace Corps Website
*[[Expansion of Rainwater Harvesting System]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Environment Club]] ''(School)''
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*[[Household Compost Latrine Project]]  ''(SPA)''
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*[[Kumasi Ventilated-Improved Pit Latrines for Community Schools]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Trees for the Future]] ''(Independent)''
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'''BUSINESS and COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT'''
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*[[Beaders' Community Workshop]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Business Camp]] ''(SPA)''
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*[[Capacity-Building Workshop on the Health Benefits of Moringa]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[Lebali Group Work Structure and Business Training]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Shea Butter Facility and Machinery]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Trekking Tour]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Village Bicycle Project]] ''(Independent)''
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'''CONSTRUCTION'''
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*[[Fufulso Schools Rainwater Collection System]]  ''(SPA)''
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*[[High School Kitchen]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Kindergarten/Nursery School]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Polytank for a High School]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[We're Ghana Play Basketball]]  ''(PCPP)''
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'''GENDER and YOUTH DEVELOPMENT''' (including school clubs)
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*[[Cape Coast Field Trip]]  ''(PCPP)''
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*[[Cultural Club]] ''(Free)''
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*[[Daughter to Work Day]] ''(Community)''
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*[[Health Club]]  ''(Free)''
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*[[Men as Partners (MAP)]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[Reading Clubs]] ''(Free)''
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*[[Tolon Girls HIV/AIDS]] & Leadership Camp  ''(PEPFAR)''
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'''HEALTH''' (including HIV/AIDS)
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*[[Camp BALL]] ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[Ghana Longboat HIV Educational Expedition (GLEE)]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[HIV/AIDS Educational Murals]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[HIV/AIDS Outreach Radio Broadcast]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[HIV/AIDS Peer Educator Workshop for Tea and Kenkey Sellers]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[Know the Facts: HIV/AIDS Film Shows]]  ''(VAST)''
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*[[Love Life: Valentine's Day Football Gala]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[No Wealth Without Health]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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*[[Sex Workers HIV/AIDS Awareness]]  ''(VAST)''
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*[[Volta Outreach to Island Communities Expedition (VOICE)]]  ''(PEPFAR)''
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'''INFORMATION and COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY'''
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*[[Computer and Library Access]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[Computers for Junior High School]]  ''(PCPP*)''
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*[[ICT Computer Lab for JHS]]  ''(SPA)''
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*[[SHS Computer Lab and Internet Cafe]]  ''(PCPP)''
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'''THE OTHERS'''
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*[http://www.gtz.de/en/weltweit/afrika/ghana/1453.htm Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)] (formerly GTZ) projects in Ghana
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*[http://www.jica.go.jp/ghana/english/activities/ghana.html Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA)] projects in Ghana
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*[http://www.cartercenter.org/countries/ghana.html The Carter Center] focus areas in Ghana
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*[http://www.vsointernational.org/where-we-work/ghana.asp Volunteer Service Overseas] focus areas in Ghana
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''See also '''[https://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=donate.contribute.projdetail&projdesc=641-cfd Donate to Volunteer Projects]'''.''
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<span style="color:green">'''[[Ghana| Ghana Homepage]]'''</span>
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[[Category:Ghana]]
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''The projects below are the same as the ones above only in alphabetical order.''
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Revision as of 21:49, 16 September 2009

Members of Congress. Diplomats. Educators. Business leaders. Researchers. Doctors. Writers. And the list goes on and on.

Former Peace Corps Volunteers use the skills and experiences they gained overseas to help build careers in virtually every sector of our society. They are leaders, problem-solvers, and creative voices. They can be found in every walk of life. And many say their Peace Corps service had a profound impact on their careers.

Former Volunteers possess a high level of confidence, independent judgment, and cross-cultural resourcefulness that are recognized by employers in all professions.

Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Arts and literature
Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry
Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications
Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Nonprofit and Development
Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Government
Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Education
Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Foreign Service

External Links

Notable Former Volunteers Official US Peace Corps Website