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This document is a combination factbook and directory about the Peace Corps in 1967. This document begins with an explanation of what the Peace Corps is, what is expected of volunteers, and its growth at the time. Fifty-two countries are listed overall with and are divided into four regions - Africa, Latin America, North Africa/Near East/South Asia, and East Asia/Pacific. These four major regions have some introductory paragraphs accompanied by a map that identifies the countries' locations. The countries are sorted under different headings for whatever the primary volunteer duties could be - education, health, cooperatives, etc. Each country has a short description describing what volunteers duties look like in that country. The document ends with an index of the jobs mentioned throughout.


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