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Author Blazucki, Sarah, author

Title Peace Corps perspective : a look at the people, places, and cultures of the first 140 Peace Corps host countries, from 1961-2014 / Sarah Blazucki.

Publication Info. Washington, District of Columbia : Peace Corps, 2014.
Washington, District of Columbia : For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Publishing Office


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 Axe Archives Fed Docs  PE 1.2:P 43    ---  Available
Description 141 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm
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Note "Author: Sarah Blazucki"--title page verso.
Summary Overview: This collection of photographs spans the Peace Corps service in 140 countries over the last five decades. The photos showcase the diversity of the locales where volunteers have served. This pictorial collection captures the work that Peace Corps Volunteers conduct as part of the program ranging from agriculture, community economic development, education, environment, health, and youth development. Peace Corps Volunteers teach English and computer literacy, raise awareness around HIV/AIDS, and malaria, facilitate community action and environmental issues, and educate girls and boys in leadership, participation in civil society, and gender issues. This illustrated book also features the various cultures of the peoples that the Peace Corps has served
Subject Peace Corps (U.S.) -- History.
Peace Corps (U.S.) -- Pictorial works.
Voluntarism -- United States.
Technical assistance, American -- Developing countries.
Added Author Peace Corps (U.S.), publisher.
Added Title Look at the people, places, and cultures of the first 140 Peace Corps host countries, from 1961-2014
ISBN 9780160926877
Gpo Item No. 0900-D
Sudoc No. PE 1.2:P 43

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