PC Countries of Service

Temporary Suspension of PCV Operations - March 15, 2020

National Peace Corps Association

Supporting the Peace Corps Mission (Home and Around the World)

 

The Buffalo Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Organization welcomes all Evacuated Peace Corps Volunteers who have recently returned from their countries of service during the worldwide COVID-19 Pandemic.

 

Each year, Buffalo RPCVs advocate for increased safety and better health services for all PCVs. We continue to wish you well upon your return and also, for much success as you move forward with your careers. Know that there are now over 250,000 RPCVs in the United States and we encourage you to join both the National Peace Corps Association ( https://www.peacecorpsconnect.org ) and your local affiliate group.

 

Together, we do make a difference.

 

 

If you would like to read about a Peace Corps Volunteer adventure (or to contribute one),

click here for the Peace Corps Stories page,

  or

if you would love to see stunning photos of the Peace Corps experience,

click here for the Peace Corps Media Library page.

  

The Buffalo RPCVs ( www.buffalorpcv.org )

dedicate this page to all Evacuated PCVs and to their most gracious host countries,

where many friendships and lifetime memories have been made in recent years.

(If you click on any picture, you will be taken to that country's picture page on the Peace Corps website.)

Albania

Botswana

Colombia

Eastern Caribbean

Fiji

Guinea

Jordan

Lesotho

Mali

Morocco

Nepal

Paraguay

Samoa

Sri Lanka

Timor-Leste

Uganda

Armenia

Cambodia

Comoros

Ecuador

Georgia

Guyana

Kenya

Liberia

Mexico

Mozambique

Niger

Peru

Senegal

Tanzania

Togo

Ukraine

Belize

Cameroon

Costo Rica

Eswatini

Ghana

Indonesia

Kosovo

Madagascar

Moldova

Myanmar

North Macedonia

Philippines

Sierra Leone

Thailand

Tonga

Vanuatu

Benin

China

Dominican Republic

Ethiopia

Guatemala

Jamaica

Kyrgyz Republic

Malawi

Mongolia

Namibia

Panama

Rwanda

South Africa

The Gambia

Tunisia

Zambia