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Petersen, a Peace Corps volunteer originally from Westboro who drowned in Namibia last week, had put his career as a business consultant on hold to help budding entrepreneurs in the African nation, a Peace Corps official said.
A Federal High Court sitting in Gombe State has awarded five million naira damages to the Police as compensation to the Peace Corps of Nigeria for a breach of its fundamental human rights.
In September 2011, the United States Peace Corps celebrated its 50th anniversary.
As Peace Corps director, I was dismayed and saddened to learn about the negative experience Ryan Cooper details in "Good News First, Bad News Never" [March/April 2012], because the Peace Corps is dedicated to improving volunteer support and the effectiveness, consistency, and efficiency of operations.
The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA), the nation's leading 501 (c) (3) non-profit organisation supporting Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community, is seeking to track down thousands of lost Peace Corps Volunteers in 2012.
The United States Peace Corps was in Sarawak between 1962 and 1974 and in Sabah for an even longer period, but it was never in Brunei or Kalimantan.
Eugene is no stranger to the Peace Corps; its mayor was a volunteer in the 1960s, the University of Oregon is one of the top Peace Corps recruiting schools in the nation, and Oregon itself ranks high in per-capita recruitment.
One Hand Does Not Catch a Buffalo: 50 Years of Amazing Peace Corps Stories: Volume One: Africa (Peace Corps at 50) gathers accounts of Peace Corps volunteers who have worked in Africa, and is the first to detail 50 years of Peace Corps experiences in that country.