1. Antigua and Barbuda A Message for the Youth of Antigua and Barbuda

    We made this video for our swearing in ceremony which took place on October 15, 2010.

  2. Honduras A Small Peace - A Big Change

    My Entry for the NPCA's "My Piece of the Peace Corps" Video Contest. By Rachel Jill Papernick Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Honduras 2007 - 2009) Music: "Lavarse las manos!" used with permission: Composed by Sarah Anne Guagliardo, performed by Sarah Anne Guagliardo, produced/engineered by Rachel Papernick. "Eye C" used with permission: Composed by Ross Nolan, performed by Ross Nolan. My piece of the Peace Corps, is dedicated to the people who are now and will f...

  3. Vanuatu Pikinini blong Pentecost

    My Peace Corps experience would have been great without the little ones in this video, but they made it AMAZING! I was a youth development volunteer in the village of Abwatuntora, on the island of Pentecost. Mina, Aniva, Matai and Josep lived with me on a peninsula called Lapawariri. When I took this video, I had just started learning Raga, the language of north Pentecost, so my Bislama suffered a bit. You can hear them speaking Raga behind the camera, which I had to hold, because they wouldn...

  4. Madagascar Alex's Peace Corps Madagascar House Tour

    A tour of my house in Manjakandriana, Madagascar!

  5. Burkina Faso A Peace Corps Song

    A newly sworn in Burkina Faso Peace Corps volunteer explains (musically) why he decided to take the plunge.

  6. Malawi Matola Adventure Pt. 1

    This was my main mode of transportation when I was in Peace Corps Malawi (06-08) to travel from the village of Kapoka to Misuku where I lived (Chitipa district, bordering Tanzania). It was about a 45-minute ride up winding hills on a dirt road which turned into the red sea during the rainy season. A fun adventure nonetheless!

  7. Morocco Camp El Jadida Team Action News

    A product of the August-September, 2006 Camp El Jadida Journalism Club with Peace Corps Morocco & the Moroccan Ministry of Youth & Sport. Peace Corps Volunteers Andrew Meyerson and Moshay Simpson worked with nearly 30 students of the best journalism club ever assembled to complete Camp El Jadida Team Action News! Filming took place over the course of 2 weeks and complete video production took nearly 2 months. The news broadcast is 37 minutes in length. Copyright (C) 2006 Andrew Meyers...

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.