|Welcome to the website of the Ethiopia & Eritrea Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (E&E RPCVs), an affiliate of the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA).|
| Borana Student Advancement
championed by Fuller Torrey (Staff 6466)
HIV Books for 200 Communities
Ethiopia Reads in Awassa
|Fees are just $15 per year to be a supporting part of Ethiopia & Eritrea RPCVs. Support our work and receive The Herald.
Membership in the National Peace Corps Association is no longer required but it is strongly urged that you support this umbrella organization of RPCV groups.
|New||Current Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia Marcy Aldacushion (Gondar) has teamed up with the Family Training Center that trains poor and disabled women in home economics skills. Part of the curriculum involves teaching design and sewing skills that will enable students to earn a living after they graduate.
Marcy has initiated a Peace Corps Partnership Program grant to raise funds to purchase much needed sewing machines for this school program, and she invites you to read about her project on the Peace Corps website and make a donation to the "Family Training Center" project.
|Among the features at the site|
|Find PCVs by the communities in which they served:
RPCVs can "Bring the World Back Home" from each of the nearly 200 communities where we served in Ethiopia and Eritrea. There is a page for each of our communities, and visitors to our site can learn about the place, the people, and the Volunteers were who served there.
Go to Our Other Hometown
and also, please send photos, etc.
|Find PCVs listed alphabetically
An alphabetical listing of all RPCVs on our database in addition to the listing by training group should assist you in reconnecting with friends.
|Find PCVs listed by training group
The training group lists have space where RPCVs' email addresses and websites can appear so that people can communicate with you directly. If you would like to have your email address and/or website URL published at this site, please send a note to email@example.com.
|We welcome photos, stories of your Peace Corps experiences, suggested additions, and comments.|