1. Senegal Circumcision Rites

    Becoming a man, a milestone in life.

  2. Honduras Traditional Dances

    The dance group of el Centro Basíco line up to preform their traditional dance la tusa.

  3. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Just Cliff

    In order to promote my volleyball program, Vertical, I started interviewing the participants and put the interviews on my blog called Jump. Here's one story.. what do you want me to call you on Jump? just cliff. cliff is a 5th grader at new grounds primary school. he is short and skinny and has had his ears pierced for as long as he can remember. he lives with his aunt and grandmother in new grounds village. when cliff was a baby, the vincentian government attempted to eradicate ganja farms ...

  4. Sierra Leone Albert Academy, 1962

    With Form 1 students

  5. Panama Youth Leadership

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  6. Morocco Boy and Chicken

    favorite neighbor boy holding his chicken

  7. Morocco Middle of nowhere lesson

    Teaching nomadic women about family planning

  8. Madagascar Madagascar in photos, overview

    This is a collection of photos from my travels through the country as a volunteer.

  9. St. Vincent and the Grenadines For me this is heaven

    The sunset right behind my village in St. Vincent.

  10. Guatemala Healthy Homes

    One of Peace Corps Guatemala's 6 programs is Healthy Homes. The program aims to improve health conditions in rural Guatemala through health education and the construction of sanitary infrastructure. This video gives a brief introduction to the program.

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