Swaziland

Peace Corps in Swaziland

There are 87 Volunteers in Swaziland working with their communities on projects in health and youth development. During their service in Swaziland, Volunteers learn to speak siSwati. More than 1,650 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Swaziland since the program was established in 1968.

Volunteers
Current: 87
To Date: 1650
Program Dates
1969-1996, 2003-present
Official Language
siSwati, English

Volunteer Openings in Swaziland

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Youth Development Volunteer

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Health Extension Volunteer

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Think of how each conversation, each greeting, and each workshop you do, each tutoring session is changing the world in a small, yet incredibly significant way.

Lewis Kiker, Volunteer in Swaziland.
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Support Projects in Swaziland

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Contributions to the Swaziland Country Fund will support Volunteer and community projects that will take place in Swaziland.

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Camp BRO (Boys Reaching Out) is designed to be an annual, week-long camp with the mission of developing young male leaders in Swaziland. The overal...

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