PCV Map

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This map is the project of a currently-serving PCV and is being shared widely across the Peace Corps Network.

Returned volunteers can tag their sites, indicate when they served, what they did, and share basic info about their sites, like whether they had running water or electricity. They can also link to a blog of their experiences. It also includes a slider that can be used to display data by time period.

Currently serving volunteers can do the same, but for safety reasons their information will not be made publicly viewable until after they complete their service.

Overall, it's a powerful resource for returned volunteers to show their experiences, and for serving volunteers to learn from them. Anyone interested in Peace Corps service can benefit from the info it provides.

Click here to access the map. It will take you take an outside site. This map is not managed by RPCV/W, we are simply sharing it as a resource.


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