Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Hawaii
 
 
 
How many Returned Peace Corps Volunteers live in Hawaii?
There are more than 900 RPCVs residing in Hawaii.

Where have Hawaii RPCVs served?
169 Asia
164 Pacific Islands
126 Africa
 38 South America
 34 Central
America
 22 Caribbean
 18 North Africa & Middle East
  8  Eastern Europe &
Central Asia

Hawaii RPCVs represent more than 85 countries of service including:
4 Afghanistan
1 Armenia
4 Bangladesh
1 Barbados
2 Belize
1 Benin
5 Bolivia
2 Botswana
2 Brazil
1 Bulgaria
5 Cameroon
2 Central African Republic
5 Chile
9 Columbia
6 Costa Rica
3 Cote d'Ivoire
7 Dominican Republic
3 Eastern Caribbean
8 Ecuador
1 El Salvador
1 Estonia
3 Ethiopia
34 Fiji
3 Gabon
7 Ghana
1 Grenada
11 Guatemala
3 Guinea
7 Honduras
10 India
3 Indonesia
5 Iran
1 Ivory Coast
11 Jamaica
2 Kazakhstan
10 Kenya
3 Kiribati
11 Korea
4 Kyrgyzstan
1 Latvia
2 Lesotho
14 Liberia
1 Macedonia
6 Malawi
24 Malaysia
4 Mali
9 Marshall Islands
1 Mauritius
56 Micronesia
2 Morocco
2 N. Mariana Islands
15 Nepal
3 Nicaragua
6 Niger
10 Nigeria
2 North Borneo
3 Palau
1 Pakistan
4 Panama
2 Papua New Guinea
4 Paraguay
4 Peru
54 Philippines
1 Poland
1 Romania
27 Samoa
5 Senegal
11 Sierra Leone
6 Solomon Islands
1 Somalia
3 Sri Lanka
4 Swaziland
3 Tanzania
34 Thailand
2 The Gambia
4 Togo
20 Tonga
6 Tunisia
3 Turkey
4 Ukraine
1 Uzbekistan
2 Vanuatu
2 Yemen
4 Zaire
1 Zambia




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Where are Hawaiian Residents currently serving?

Currently, 7,876 Peace Corp volunteers are making significant and lasting contributions to improve the lives of individuals and communities in 76 countries. This selfless group includes more than 30 residents and includes the following volunteers:

Claire Albrecht in Zambia;
Lauren Biggs in Mali;
Rachelle Hall in
Guyana;
Kristel Balbarino and Holly Horcajo in Nicaragua;
Jack Chow in Vanuatu,

Theresa Duddy in Madagascar;

Rachel Grossman in Ukraine;

Ashley Jones in Micronesia;

Serette Kaminski in Niger;
Nicole Nakama and Keri Engen in Botswana;
Kevin Schmitz in Dominican Republic;

Mai Shintani in Gambia; and

Theodore Varns in Guatemala


Recently Close of Service
Kevin Kalhoefer, Cambodia
Brandon Kobashigawa, Paraguay
Noa Thomas, Vanuatu

Following a call to service by President John F. Kennedy, more than 200,000 Americans have served our country in the cause of peace by living and working in 139 developing nations. 

Where do Peace Corps Volunteers serve? Click here....
 
 

Hawai`i Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, PO Box 11652, Honolulu, HI 96828.
The Hawai`i Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, Inc is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit and registered domestic non-profit organization in the State of Hawai'i.
 

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