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Peace Corps Volunteers respond to various needs that impact Africa's development. These include the importance of HIV/AIDS prevention and education, girls' education, the increasing pressures of environmental degradation, advances in information technology, and the democratization process that some countries are committed to supporting. Peace Corps has continued to develop a strong partnership with the people of Africa. Volunteers currently work in the areas of education, health and HIV/AIDS, business development, agriculture, and the environment.


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Benin Mali
Botswana Mauritania
Burkina Faso Mozambique
Cameroon Namibia
Cape Verde Niger
The Gambia Senegal
Ghana South Africa
Guinea Swaziland
Kenya Tanzania
Lesotho Togo
Madagascar Uganda
Malawi Zambia


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Chad Liberia
Gabon Mauritius
Burundi Nigeria
Central African Republic Republic of Congo
Comoros Rwanda
Cote D'ivoire Sao Tome and Principe
Democratic Republic of Congo Sierra Leone
Equitorial Guinea Somalia
Eritrea Sudan
Ethiopia Seychelles
Guinea-Bissau Zimbabwe
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