Stories from Malawi

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

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Members of the Malawi IV cohort gather in L.A. for a 50 year reunion.

In 1964, a group of 21-year-olds volunteered to make a difference in this world.

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I Am Peace Corps Malawi: Anya

In our "I Am Peace Corps Malawi" video series, we introduce you to the individuals who are working in the field here in The Warm Heart of Africa. Tune in each month to meet a current or former Volunteer and hear about their projects,  what they love about Malawi, and what makes their service unique.  

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One sweet potato at a time

Last year, I was able to implement my first big project in Malawi: my orange-fleshed sweet potato project.

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Nyassa Kollie, Malawi

We asked Peace Corps Volunteers, "What do you wish Americans knew about your country of service?"

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A beautiful landscape view over a Peace Corps Volunteer's village

Driving up to my Peace Corps site in Malawi reminds me of the drive to my grandparents' home in the Sierras. 

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A Peace Corps Volunteer stands proudly with her Camp Glow participants under a banner.

On most days, Memory is hesitant to get up in the mornings. 

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Community health nursing students

I arrived in Malawi over three months ago, fulfilling a wish I have had since returning from my first experience as a traditional Peace Corps Volunteer: to work as a nurse in the global health setting.

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World AIDS Day GHSP Malawi

The central hospital where I serve as a Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) Volunteer in Malawi serves as a referral center for a large part of the country. 

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More than just a garden

Mishek Kaonga is unlike any Malawian I have ever met. 

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