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Guatemala

There are 110 volunteers in Guatemala working with their communities on projects in health and youth development. During their service in Guatemala, volunteers learn to speak local languages, including: Ixil, Kakchiquel, Mam, Q’anjob’al, Qe’qchí, Quiché, Spanish and Tzutuhil. More than 4,945 Peace Corps volunteers have served in Guatemala since the program was established in 1963. 

Guatemala

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Vital Statistics

Population Average
14 million
Program Dates
1963-present
Number of Volunteers
110
Total Volunteers to Date
4,945
Program Sectors

Health and Youth in Development

Languages Spoken
Ixil, Kakchiquel, Mam, Q’anjob’al, Qe’qchí, Quiché, Spanish and Tzutuhil

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