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Reports and Documents

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2008
Plans & Reports
FOIA
The Performance and Accountability Report provides financial and performance information that enables the President, Congress, and the public to assess the progress our agency has made over the past year toward achieving its strategic objectives, demonstrating accountability, and increasing operational effectiveness. This report was replaced with the Annual Performance Report. This report was managed by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Budget & Finance
Performance & Strategy
Early Termination Data Summary is a data report of all Volunteers who terminate their service prior to completing 27 months. Early termination can be categorized in four types: resignation, medical separation administrative separation and interrupted service. This global dataset is produced by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Data
Volunteers
2008
Budget & Finance
Volunteers
2008
Data
FOIA
The Armenia Host Country Impact Study is a full report that assessed the effectiveness of Volunteers in achieving two of the Peace Corps' three strategic goals--building local capacity and sharing America with the world. This study included data collected from four different host country audiences—counterparts (or local partners), beneficiaries, stakeholders, and host families (if applicable). This study was produced by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Plans & Reports
Post Operations
The Aremenia Host Country Impact Study Summary is a 2-page summary of a full report that assessed the effectiveness of Volunteers in achieving two of the Peace Corps' three strategic goals--building local capacity and sharing America with the world. This study included data collected from four different host country audiences—counterparts (or local partners), beneficiaries, stakeholders, and host families (if applicable). This summary was produced by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Plans & Reports
Post Operations
The Dominican Republic Host Country Impact Study is a full report that assessed the effectiveness of Volunteers in achieving two of the Peace Corps' three strategic goals--building local capacity and sharing America with the world. This study included data collected from four different host country audiences—counterparts (or local partners), beneficiaries, stakeholders, and host families (if applicable). This study was produced by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Plans & Reports
Post Operations
The Dominican Republic Host Country Impact Study Summary is a 2-page summary of a full report that assessed the effectiveness of Volunteers in achieving two of the Peace Corps' three strategic goals--building local capacity and sharing America with the world. This study included data collected from four different host country audiences—counterparts (or local partners), beneficiaries, stakeholders, and host families (if applicable). This summary was produced by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Plans & Reports
Post Operations
The Mali Host Country Impact Study Summary is a 2-page summary of a full report that assessed the effectiveness of Volunteers in achieving two of the Peace Corps' three strategic goals--building local capacity and sharing America with the world. This study included data collected from four different host country audiences—counterparts (or local partners), beneficiaries, stakeholders, and host families (if applicable). This summary was produced by the Office of Strategic Information, Research, and Planning (OSIRP).
2008
Plans & Reports
Post Operations
2008
Budget & Finance
Volunteers