South Africa

Stories from South Africa

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

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Four adult people stand infront of a crowd of Tanzanian school children holding malaria net materials.

Meet Daily Point of Light Award honoree Lincoln Law. You can read this blog in its original form

Five people, comprised of South Africans and an American, stand around a table holding paper files.

Last year I asked myself: should I join the Peace Corps? My answer was, "what am I waiting for"?

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A Peace Corps volunteer stands with South African community members outside in front of a bus. There are flip chart papers ta

HIV has impacted many lives in South Africa, both directly and indirectly. I discovered this during my pre-service training and I’ve noticed it more and more during my time working as a health Volunteer. 

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Peace Corps Volunteers and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority members in South Africa

Peace Corps Volunteers found a common thread through their sorority and have supported one another throughout their journey.

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Hallie Gayle served as a primary education volunteer in Limpopo, South Africa. She taught English to grades four, five and si

Maybe you join the Peace Corps to help communities on a large scale but the longer you stay, the more you realize that helping just a few people is just as great and maybe all we can do.

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making reusable menstrual pads in South Africa

One day at school in my village, one of my 7th grade learners was crying at her desk.

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Literacy Lab LGL

Happy International Education Week!

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