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Welcome to Peace Corps/Togo

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy created The Peace Corps with three goals in mind:President Kennedy

1. Helping the people of interested countries in meeting their need for trained men and women.
2. Helping promote a better understanding of Americans on the part of the peoples served.
3. Helping promote a better understanding of other peoples on the part of Americans.

Fifty years later, the players have changed, but the goals are still the same.


Dossier d'appel d'offres ouvert

Le présent devis descriptif se rapporte à la rénovation du Centre de Formation du Corps de la Paix à Pagala–Il s’agit des travaux de maçonnerie, enduit, menuiserie bois, badigeon peinture, revêtement, de plomberie et électricité.
Les travaux de ce projet portent sur la maçonnerie, enduit, menuiserie bois, badigeon peinture, revêtement, électricité du centre de formation du Corps de la Paix à Pagala. Le centre de formation est en bungalows. Les travaux concerneront tous les bâtiments du centre ainsi que l’aménagement extérieur du centre (remblai des tranchées créées par l’érosion, l’électricité et les installations de plomberie extérieure). Voir le dossier d’appel d’offres pour de plus amples détails.

 

 

 


Featured publications

  • Rapport annuel 2012

Version française (PDF, 1.17 MB)

  • Annual Report 2012


English version (PDF, 1 MB)

  • Our newsletters

Volume 7, Issue 4 | June 2013
Download (PDF, 1.12 MB)

Volume 8, Issue 4 | May 2013
Download (PDF, 7 MB)

  • Togo’s PCVs and Counterparts Join the Fight Against Malaria

http://www.malariajournal.com/content/12/1/162 | Download the PDF file : 168 KB

SED PCV Richard Fetchick and his counterpart put finishing touches on a malaria mural at a local school. This is one of a series of murals  that PCVs have created as part of their work in raising consciousness about this deadly disease.


My most cherished moments have been simple and unexpected: chatting and laughing with my counterpart under a neem tree and realizing she has become one of my best friends, being greeted by name and with a huge smile by young people I've worked with, singing a local song with the ladies in my market as I shop, expressing myself in French and noticing that I'm actually being understood, or giggling gleefully with the girls that live next door as we dance in the first and long-awaited rain at the end of dry season. Megan Farmer, Togo GEE 2009-2011