A home far, far from home

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A home far, far from home

Peace Corps volunteers often connect deeply with communities
Many Peace Corps volunteers live in tents or gers. Andrew Wilson sweeps his carpets clean after local children had tracked mud throughout the small home.
Several Peace Corps Volunteers live in Western Mongolia where a sizable Kazakh population resides, including this Kazakh Mongolian boy.
Matt, an English teacher with the Peace Corps, prepares his students for an upcoming test. In Mongolia, Peace Corp volunteers can become part of the communities they serve.

A home far, far from home

Many Peace Corps volunteers live in tents or gers. Andrew Wilson sweeps his carpets clean after local children had tracked mud throughout the small home.
Several Peace Corps Volunteers live in Western Mongolia where a sizable Kazakh population resides, including this Kazakh Mongolian boy.
Matt, an English teacher with the Peace Corps, prepares his students for an upcoming test. In Mongolia, Peace Corp volunteers can become part of the communities they serve.
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