Comoros

Stories from Comoros

Every Peace Corps Volunteer has a story to tell. Read stories from Volunteers about what it's like to live and work in Comoros.

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Karibu

Welcome. 

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Lindsay Morrison

I'd only been in Comoros for a few days, and in fact was enjoying my first Iftar during Ramadan, when our country director Dan pulled me aside. 

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Tourki Mohamed Ali teacher training workshop

My name is Tourki Mohamed Ali and I was born in Ouzio, in the north of the island of Grande Comore. 

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Comoros Let Girls Learn

Cross-cultural communication is at the center of Peace Corps Volunteers' work in communities across the globe.

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Beekeeping projects are ideal for international development programs because they're gender-inclusive, require no land ownership and have a low investment cost and encouraging short-term rewards. 

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10 things I've learned

Between my experiences in Sierra Leone and Comoros, I’ve spent nearly two amazing years in Africa. I’ve still got another 9 months of service, but here are some things Peace Corps has taught me so far.

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As the tourism and marketing advisor for the Comoros National Office of Tourism, I find it surprisingly difficult to write about tourism… particularly in Comoros, where there is currently none.

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Comoros Peace Corps Response

Building an environmental program, raising conservation awareness and establishing an EFL program are just a few of the projects facing Peace Corps when it re-enters Comoros in early 2015, 20 years after it left the small island nation.

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