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Swearing in

This past Wednesday we attended the swearing-in ceremony in Rabat. See the lovely photographic proof that Peace Corps sent us, above. After two and a half months of training, we’re being turned loose as official Peace Corps volunteers. 483 more words

Morocco

Swearing in!

Last Wednesday I was sworn in as a Peace Corps volunteer! We had a small, short and sweet ceremony at the gorgeous PC office in Rabat. 476 more words

COMESA antitrust authority swears in 4 new commissioners

Four new Commissioners sworn in – while COMESA’s own site fails to make announcement

We do not commonly report on news from the Seychelles here on AAT, but today, the Office of the President of the Seychelles has in fact beat AAT (as well as the COMESA Competition Commission… 404 more words

COMESA

Congratulations, You Are Now A Volunteer

So since I’ve last updated many things have happened but the two major things that happened were 1) we finished PST (pre-service training) and 2) we were sworn in as official volunteers. 623 more words

Peace Corps

It's Official!

As of Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 I am officially a Peace Corps Volunteer. I am currently spending a couple of days in Bobo before heading to my site for good on Saturday. 843 more words

Burkina Faso

The Gestational Life of a PCV: Nine Months in Mongolia

So I’ve been here long enough to have a baby. Meanwhile, nearly every Mongolian is wondering why I don’t have a baby (or a husband, for that matter). 608 more words

Elisa Oliver

So Many Things

Well right now training is really in the home stretch and I think everyone is starting to feel it. I am now learning French and my local language Dioula/Jula and there are a lot of loose ends to tie up in the next 2 weeks. 924 more words

Burkina Faso