This quick summary provides the diversity and inclusion framework used by Peace Corps/Dominican Republic.
This website provides a brief history of the island of Hispaniola, now referred to as the Dominican Republic. Peace Corps Trainees and Peace Corps Volunteers may find this site useful in learning more about the history and culture of the Dominican Republic.
According to legend, the Virgin Mary has appeared on two separate occasions in the Dominican Republic. Historian and Anthropologist Dr. Lynne Guitar explores the legend of her appearance near La Vega, Dominican Republic in 1495. This website may be useful for Peace Corps Trainees and Peace Corps Volunteers serving in the Dominican Republic.
This manual is a resource and toolbox for NGO practitioners and programme designers interested in diagnostic and action research for gender sensitive and socially inclusive climate change programmes in the rural development context. It is meant to be an easy to use manual, increasing the research capacity, skills and knowledge of its users.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and the Peace Corps have compiled this resource guide that outlines international exchange and scholarship opportunities for a variety of audiences, including Peace Corps Volunteers and community members, students, and counterparts in the communities they serve, Peace Corps post staff, and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs). Updated October 2019.