Stories from Senegal

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

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When Volunteer Kendall first arrived in Senegal, one of the first things she noticed was the trash.

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Health Volunteer Willow talks about her service so far in our very first episode of Peace Only Podcast.

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Welcome to the Louga Region of Northern Senegal! Your complimentary camel and jug of warm milk await.

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How strong is your soil? Does it have muscles?

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My wife Abigail and I are Peace Corps Volunteers in Senegal, working on projects in sustainable agriculture and agroforestry. 

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Juan Pablo (J.P.), a volunteer working in the Fatick region of Senegal met Malamine Diagne at the local post office where Mr. Diagne works. 

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On July 15, 2017, at around 7:30 AM, a little girl named Mariama was born at the health facility in a tiny Pulaar herding village in northern Senegal.  

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The food, the music, the dancing: a Senegalese wedding is always a memorable experience.

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