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Peace Corps
01/13/2017 at 14:34. Facebook
It's playtime! Playground projects have been completed and Volunteers in Peace Corps Swaziland built 23 new playgrounds across the country.

Instagram photo by Peace Corps Swaziland???????? • Jan 11, 2017 at 11:59am UTC

Peace Corps
01/12/2017 at 20:52. Facebook
It’s our birthday and we want to celebrate with YOUR story. How does your community show hospitality? We want to see. Celebrate Peace Corps week with us by telling your story about your service with the world. #PCW2017

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Peace Corps
01/12/2017 at 14:36. Facebook
In Peace Corps Cambodia, Volunteer Paul has teamed up with an organization in his community to promote healthy lifestyles and empower students. They are teaching classes about life-skills, health, hygiene, yoga/meditation, English, Japanese, origami and more. They travel to various schools in rural villages because they believe children are the future and education is important!
Peace Corps
01/11/2017 at 14:38. Facebook
"I think it is critically important that Volunteers — especially those who are older — approach Peace Corps service with no expectations. Each Volunteer’s service is uniquely their own." Peace Corps Moldova

Serving as an older American: Insights and tips from the field

Peace Corps
01/10/2017 at 14:33. Facebook
"I believe I can touch the sky [and grab the stars]." - RPCV Rachel Peace Corps Cameroon
Peace Corps Madagascar Volunteer Dan's demonstration garden is growing tomatoes, green beans, peas, eggplant, jalapeños, and even a young moringa tree! Dan and his counterpart created and maintain this garden, where they showcase alternative gardening and agricultural techniques like companion planting, composting, and double digging.
"It was one of those not-so-unusual Peace Corps moments when someone invites a stranger into their heart and culture." - RPCV Barbara

Discovering community: Aisha and Eid al-Fitr

Have you ever seen water this blue?! Amazing image from Nick in Peace Corps Belize.

Instagram photo by Peace Corps • Jan 3, 2017 at 8:43pm UTC

Hospitality. Welcome. Sharing. What do they look like in your community? Celebrate Peace Corps Week by sharing your Volunteer story with the world. #PCW2017

Peace Corps Week Video Challenge

Here are two things placement and assessment officers look for when accessing applications.

What does it take to get a Peace Corps invitation?

Need help making bricks for the new school building? Peace Corps The Gambia Volunteers don't mind getting their hands dirty.

Instagram photo by Peace Corps The Gambia • Dec 27, 2016 at 4:56pm UTC

"One of the things I’ve learned about Peace Corps over the years is that it never really leaves you."

Corps to Career: Continuing to tell my story after service

#1. 31 million girls of primary school age are excluded from classroom learning.

(via BuzzFeed)

11 Facts About Girls' Education That Will Surprise You

Empower students. Create sustainable projects. Make friendships that last a lifetime.

We asked Peace Corps Volunteers, "What will you do in 2017?" #PCVresolutions
Volunteers love learning about their host country's cultures, especially through food. Peace Corps Macedonia Volunteers, with the help of their host families, learned how to make many local dishes. They are fitting right in!
A miscommunication between Peace Corps Nepal Volunteer Nathan and his community became the catalyst for them to voice their concerns about water security and a need for improved water sourcing and conservation, and led to the start of a water conservation project.

Blessing in disguise: How a miscommunication helped provide water security for over 1200 people in my village

Peace Corps Myanmar Volunteer Joel taught his students some fun exercises to help them stay healthy and fit!
"It was eye-opening to see not only how much I enjoyed sharing my traditions with my community, but also how excited and interested they were to learn about it!" RPCV Priya Peace Corps Nepal #holidayseason

Finding the Christmas spirit in the Himalayan foothills

"I know that actually developing trusting relationships can be a challenge, but you will have enough time during 27 months. So the bottom line is that “without trust, little collaboration is possible," as Linden wrote. It is that simple and significant, but challenging and rewording work." - RPCV Kareen

My biggest success in service: building relationships

"Christmas with bana (kids) was a success! We made rubber band bracelets, frosted Christmas cookies, played some games, and sang and danced! Love my village!" Peace Corps Lesotho Volunteer Stephanie

Instagram photo by @peacecorpslesotho • Dec 21, 2016 at 10:21am UTC