Health care and safety by country

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Health care and safety by country
The Peace Corps’ highest priority is maintaining the good health and safety of every Volunteer and trainee. Medical programs emphasize the preventive, rather than the curative approach to disease.

Serving as a Volunteer overseas entails certain safety and security risks. Living and traveling in an unfamiliar environment, a limited understanding of the local language and culture, and the perception of being a wealthy American are some of the factors that can put a Volunteer at risk.

Africa[edit]

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



Asia[edit]

Health care and safety in Cambodia
Health care and safety in China
Health care and safety in Mongolia
Health care and safety in Philippines
Health care and safety in Thailand



Central America and Mexico[edit]

Health care and safety in Belize
Health care and safety in Costa Rica
Health care and safety in El Salvador
Health care and safety in Guatemala
Health care and safety in Honduras
Health care and safety in Mexico
Health care and safety in Nicaragua
Health care and safety in Panama



Eastern Europe and Central Asia[edit]

Health care and safety in Albania
Health care and safety in Armenia
Health care and safety in Azerbaijan
Health care and safety in Bulgaria
Health care and safety in Georgia
Health care and safety in Kazakhstan
Health care and safety in Kyrgyzstan
Health care and safety in Macedonia
Health care and safety in Moldova
Health care and safety in Romania
Health care and safety in Turkmenistan
Health care and safety in Ukraine


North Africa and the Middle East[edit]

Health care and safety in Jordan
Health care and safety in Morocco



South America[edit]

Health care and safety in Bolivia
Health care and safety in Ecuador
Health care and safety in Guyana
Health care and safety in Paraguay
Health care and safety in Peru
Health care and safety in Suriname


The Caribbean[edit]

Health care and safety in Dominican Republic
Health care and safety in the Eastern Caribbean
Health care and safety in Guyana
Health care and safety in Jamaica
Health care and safety in Suriname

The Pacific Islands[edit]

Health care and safety in Fiji
Health care and safety in Kiribati
Health care and safety in Micronesia
Health care and safety in Samoa
Health care and safety in Tonga
Health care and safety in Vanuatu