Moldova

Stories from Moldova

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

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joining the peace corps at 63 david jarmul and wife champa

Before my wife Champa and I joined the Peace Corps at age 63 to volunteer in Moldova in eastern Europe, people asked us how we’d feel to be surrounded by Volunteers younger than our two sons.

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Volunteer Jessica dancing with the community member

Floral scarves. Mosaic art. Parks, cows, singers and the Oreo cheesecake at a local coffee shop. These are just some of the things I’ve liked during my two years as a health education volunteer with the Peace Corps in Moldova.

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Moldovan women performing African dances.

A former dancer and choreographer from Harlem initiated an African dance class at the public library of her host community.

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English Education volunteer Champa J. and her host mom Nadejda Ciornea

Peace Corps Volunteers are honoring local people who inspire them with a social media campaign called “Super Moldovans.”

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Volunteer Israel shares about her home state with a community member.

Peace Corps Week is a seven-day celebration of the founding of Peace Corps in 1961 and all the great things we’ve done since. 

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Photography workshop

MOLDOX is an international film festival that works to teach the many driven women and young girls in Moldova how to use film and media to bring about social change. 

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Happiness is international: Peace Corps Week in Moldova

We followed Peace Corps Week 2015 in the midst of preparation for our own service. 

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Lisa Gill works with a student at a career program in her community.

Older Americans who think about joining the Peace Corps have lots of questions. 

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Moldovan youth tackle gender norms at Camp GLOW TOBE

As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Moldova, it is likely you will overhear comments on the role of gender in society on a regular basis.

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Bringing learning to life in a Moldovan classroom

Imagine a small, sparse English language classroom in rural Moldova.

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