How many Returned Peace Corps Volunteers live in Hawaii?
There are more than 1000 RPCVs, from all 50 states, residing in Hawaii. RPCVs reside on 7 of the 8 major Hawaiian islands.

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, 7,800+ Peace Corp Volunteers are making significant and lasting contributions to improve the lives of individuals and communities in 76 countries. It is difficult to list current volunteers from Hawai`i because of confidentiality restrictions. The following list is included to show the diversity of countries of service of Hawaii Volunteers:

Recent Close of Service 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

Kevin Kalhoefer, Cambodia
Brandon Kobashigawa, Paraguay
Noa Thomas, Vanuatu

Following a call to service by President John F. Kennedy, more than 225,000 Americans have served our country in the cause of peace by living and working in 139 developing nations. 

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