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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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''This information was compiled from a survey and additions and should be considered incomplete/fluid.''
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See also: [[Mexico]]
 
 
'''Countries Able to Accomodate'''<br>
 
* [[Kenya]]
 
* [[Romania]]
 
 
 
'''Countries Unable to Accomodate'''<br>
 
 
 
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In fulfilling the Peace Corps’ mandate to share the face of America with their host countries, Peace Corps is making special efforts to see that all of America’s richness is reflected in the Volunteer corps. More Americans of color are serving in today’s Peace Corps than at any time in recent years. Differences in race, ethnic background, age, religion, and sexual orientation are expected and welcomed among our Volunteers. Part of the Peace Corps’ mission is to help dispel any notion that Americans are all of one origin or race and to establish that each of us is as thoroughly American as the other despite our many differences.
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See also: Mexico