The Peace Corps, Kindlers of the Spark
Macmillan, 1966 - 224 pages
This "firsthand account of the lives and works of typical volunteers is the result of Edna McGuire's travels in five countries: Ecuador, Tunisia, Sierra Leone, India, and Malaysia. The book traces the inception, growth, and development of the Peace Corps and discusses in detail the selection and training of applicants."
1 page matching tion in this book
Results 1-1 of 1
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
By Way of Explanation
Who Where What and How
The Way They Live
19 other sections not shown
Aborigine agricultural American assigned babies barrio Bedouins Bilut Bisauli Bourguiba boys building called campus Centro chickens chicks Chinese co-operative community development credit union Ecuador Ecuadorian equipment established experience farm Federation Freetown girls Guayaquil Heifer Project Hope Ship hospital improve Indian Jimmi Bagbo join the Peace jungle Kuala Lumpur Kurt land language living Lowell Magburaka Malay Malaysia Masingbi Milton Margai minga months Narsingi nation operated organized Paramount Chief patients Peace Corps nurses Peace Corps service Peace Corps volunteers poultry poultry raising problems Quito Rural Development Sargent Shriver schoolhouse secured Seremban served settlers Sierra Leone Singapore skills staff subcenter supervision taught English teachers teaching teers tion tour of duty tribal Tunisia United Uttar Pradesh village wanted women workers workshop young Zaghouan