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This page attempts to break down medical restrictions—that is, if you have a certain restriction, what countries will accept that restriction? This is in no way complete and should be considered an on-going project. Also, please keep in mind that sometimes, even though a medical condition is generally accepted in a country—that there can be personal complications that could affect one person and not another.
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Peace Corps has proposed a PeaceWiki site, which will be an internal tool for Volunteers to collaborate on their projects. Currently this all that known about this.....--[[User:Willd|Willd]] 08:25, 22 March 2008 (PDT)
  
''This information was compiled from a survey and additions and should be considered incomplete/fluid.''
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==Peace Corps==
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<blockquote>The legislation would mandate better promotion of electronic communication among Volunteers, such as password protected websites & e-mail links that they can use to discuss development strategies, funding sources, etc. The agency is already in the process of making the Peace Corps digitally streamlined for the 21st century. There are several projects underway. These include a pilot program to enable each post to have its own website and an online program called “PeaceWiki,” which will allow Volunteers to share their best practices with other Volunteers around the world. </blockquote>
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[[Ronald A. Tschetter]], Peace Corps Director<br>
  
'''Countries Able to Accomodate'''<br>
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Source: [http://www.senate.gov/~foreign/hearings/2007/hrg070725a.html Enhancing The Peace Corps Experience: S. 732, The Peace Corps Volunteer Empowerment Act] U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
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* [[Philippines]]
 
* [[Samoa]]
 
* [[Cape Verde]]
 
* [[Costa Rica]]
 
  
'''Countries Unable to Accomodate'''<br>
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Peace Corps has proposed a PeaceWiki site, which will be an internal tool for Volunteers to collaborate on their projects. Currently this all that known about this.....--Willd 08:25, 22 March 2008 (PDT)

Peace Corps

The legislation would mandate better promotion of electronic communication among Volunteers, such as password protected websites & e-mail links that they can use to discuss development strategies, funding sources, etc. The agency is already in the process of making the Peace Corps digitally streamlined for the 21st century. There are several projects underway. These include a pilot program to enable each post to have its own website and an online program called “PeaceWiki,” which will allow Volunteers to share their best practices with other Volunteers around the world.

Ronald A. Tschetter, Peace Corps Director

Source: Enhancing The Peace Corps Experience: S. 732, The Peace Corps Volunteer Empowerment Act U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations