Stories from Malawi

Every Peace Corps Volunteer has a story to tell about their Peace Corps experience. Read stories from Volunteers about what it's like to live and serve in Malawi, the Warm Heart of Africa.

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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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Dylan Cottrell parents

When I was just seven years old, my parents took me on my first international trip.

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Legacy Project: Wictor Songazaudzu Sajeni, former Minister of Education in Malawi

“We are all human beings and we should help each other to solve problems from the other side of the globe.”

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Legacy Project: Chief Justice of Malawi Anastasia Msosa (Ret.)

From a rural village, Anastasia Msosa became the first female Chief Justice of Malawi. 

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