1. Mozambique Dancing in Inharrime

    Mozambican HIV/AIDS activist shakin' her stuff at a community health education meeting Inharrime.

  2. Mozambique Composting in Mabote

    PCV Julie Brickman teaches her Mozambican neighbor and colleague how to build a compost pile.

  3. Mozambique Legacy Story: Meet Milton!

    Meet Milton! Mozambique's next big star!

  4. Mozambique Legacy Story: Meet Nelson!

    Meet Nelson and learn about the influence Moz PCVs have had on his life.

  5. Mozambique Viva Vida

    Learn about a Mozambican community organization determined to help their neighbors.

  6. Mozambique Legacy Story: Meet James!

    Meet James and learn how Moz PCVs have helped him improve his English and his business.

  7. Mozambique Kanimambo Obrigado

    Moz15 training group gives thanks in song to PC training staff, host families and the local community.

  8. Botswana A hill with a view

    Overlooking a village from the top of a hill

  9. Botswana Say What?!

    Anyone who has joined the Peace Corps understands what it means to be out of one’s comfort zone. It is not easy to feel vulnerable in a place that is supposed to be your home for two years. One of the contributors to fear and feeling out of place is the language barrier. Since coming to Botswana, I learned that overcoming my fears and doubts of speaking Setswana is easier than I thought. I have been in Botswana for one year and I can have a basic conversation with people, but I still can't f...

  10. Botswana A dirt road....

    Children walking on the outskirts of town.

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