Stories from Madagascar

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

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Monfils Climb

On a recent commute, I felt so claustrophobic I wanted to jump out the window. 

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Staff Spotlight, Peace Corps Madagascar
Volunteers' successes – big or small – wouldn’t be possible without the tireless efforts of Peace Corps Madagascar’s staff.
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PCVs Simi, Lynette, and Jason.

What does it mean to be black in Peace Corps Madagascar? Patience. I have to be patient and go with the flow. Everyday I change people’s minds about what it means to be a foreigner, and I make them think about what the rest of the world looks like.

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7 current openings where you can serve with your sweetheart

Serving in the Peace Corps alongside your partner or spouse can have advantages

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Matt served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar.

After my close of service conference concluded, I returned to site and started thinking about my career.

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Making handwashing a habit — today and every day

The sun was directly overhead when I reached my neighbor Vola’s home.  

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For Peace Corps community counterpart Josoah, there are no better coworkers than Peace Corps Volunteers.

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Alton McCall TEFL Volunteer

I’ve always been inspired to travel. 

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Madécasse Tim McCollum

Tim McCollum is one of two returned Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Madagascar and returned home to create the company Madécasse, which produces fine chocolates while investing back in Malagasy communities.

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