1. Bulgaria Summer Fun

    One team is trying to toss a balloon in unison in a game during a summer camp. 

  2. Madagascar Vingt-Six Dance

    In celebration of Madagascar's Independence, the 26th of June ("vingt-six"), communities throw a large party.  In the South-East region, dances are performed in order to raise money for local groups.  Here men dance in a train as villagers come forward to contribute money at their feet. 

  3. Senegal Thian Ndao

    My host sister found a new toy.

  4. Senegal Falling Asleep

    The sudden and strong wind that usually brings rain starts before dawn this morning, and since I live in fear of my hut collapsing with every breeze, I wake up. With no real anxiety, I sleepily make a mental list of what to collect from the ruin, the rocks and mud: my wallet and cell phone, my Senegalese work permit, my two passports (Peace Corps kids are just that cool), a sweater. I curl my feet up away from the part of my bed that inevitably gets soaked in every downpour and poke my cat un...

  5. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Home Sweet Homes

    It's so simple and beautiful. I'm very blessed to be able to call this place my home.

  6. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Carlos, my friend Levi

    This is Carlos. I'm Heather. We call each other Levi.

  7. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Johnny & Me

    Johnny and me walking home after school.

  8. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Love To Learn

    A grade 6 class at Lowmans Leeward Anglican School in Lowmans Hill, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

  9. Lesotho Reading New Books

    This student is reading new books provided by The African Library Project.  The students worked hard to get through primary school despite their daily battle with the elements. 

  10. Guatemala Culture Clash

    A Mayan grandma wrapped in traditional clothes supports her granddaughter wearing an American flag bandana

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