1. Guatemala Niñas

    Girls of Caserio Chi Don Juan at a school event.

  2. Guyana Peace Corps Induction

    After swearing in someone got the bright idea to steal the PC flag that was used and then the ideas started rolling from there with what to do with it.     Please note that I have receieved permission to use this photo from each subject and that they are NOT nude as the picture might suggest.  Names will not be added.

  3. Mozambique I think I know?!?

    A student working at the school garden at Povua Primary School wanting to give a response to a question.

  4. Morocco Sahara

    A camel trek in Merzuga in the south of Morocco. 

  5. Kenya Students and friends

    My new friends

  6. Senegal Easter Egg Tutorial

    On Easter Sunday, I shared some holiday traditions with my Senegalese Girls Club.  We dyed Easter eggs and made "cascarones" (a Mexican Easter tradition of filling colored eggs with confetti, or in our case, millet, and using these to crack on someone's head.)  In this video, the girls are explaining what they learned in their native language, Wolof.

  7. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Mythbusters: HIV/AIDS

    Facilitated by PCV Sheena Williams in St. Vincent, a group of 70+ fourth graders participate in a game which separates myths from facts about HIV/AIDS. The Caribbean region has the highest HIV/AIDS rate in the world, next to Subsaharan Africa.

  8. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Nyron's Laundry

    Nyron helps his mother and grandmother with the laundry one afternoon.

  9. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Child's Play

    As Tia smiled for the camera, the scene in the background reflects a predominant aspect of child-rearing in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Many children receive "licks" from parents and teachers as a result of misbehaving. Corporal punishment is widely practiced in schools with teachers pacing the classrooms, leather belt in hand. In this image, Bianca raises a hand to "Peek-a-boo" after having just been irritated by his teasing.

  10. St. Vincent and the Grenadines The Yoga of Letting Go

    A Peace Corps staff member told me last week, "Part of being in the Peace Corps is to feel entirely overcome by a complete loss of control." He couldn't have been more right, and I couldn't have been more blatantly slapped in the face with an internal struggle that had been brewing under the surface for some time now. Upon hearing his words I thought to myself, "Well if I didn't already know before that I'm a type A personality, then I certainly know for sure now." A...

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