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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VIDEO: Peace Corps celebrates Older Americans Month

Peace Corps Volunteers of all ages are called to serve overseas. 

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I spent the week embarking on a serious, in-depth and investigative journalistic interview process. My subjects? Two nine-year-olds who grew up 5,000 miles apart from one another.

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Returned Volunteers help small-time global artists enter large-scale markets

Vince Hartman knows that international artists have quality products and the business instincts to flourish.

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Technovation Challenge, Moldova

Last January, my girlfriend proposed that I organize and lead a group of girls from my school, in rural Moldova, to participate in an international coding and business competition for girls called Technovation Challenge. 

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I tend to fall in love with places. 

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We walked across Moldova

While brainstorming ways to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Peace Corps’ work in the Eastern European country of Moldova, Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) Sue Murphy thought, “Moldova is so small I bet we could walk across it!" And after a few days of research, that idea started to become a reality.

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