FROG Funded Project | YEGG Through the Arts

YEGG Project Description

Host an all day workshop which will accommodate 100 youths between the ages of 7 to 16, both males and females. Sessions in the three disciplines of Karate, Dance and Capoeira will be offered, each running for three hours. The youths will be introduced to the

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Job Openings in Guyana via John Snow, Inc

John Snow Inc is recruiting for two positions based in Guyana. The openings are for:
CARE AND SUPPORT OFFICER (GUYANA)
Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention (GHARP III) Project
PREVENTION OFFICER (GUYANA)
Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention (GHARP III) Project
For a full description, requirements, and contact information, please download the attached documents.

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FROG Quarterly Update: July – September 2011

Greetings from Friends & RPCVs of Guyana! To help better inform you about what FROG and our community is up to, we will now post quarterly updates on our website. If you have questions about what FROG is up to, contact us at board@guyfrog.org.
Since July 2011, we have:

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What are we doing for the 50th Anniversary of Peace Corps?

From the National Peace Corps Association: After two years of planning, the National Peace Corps Association is finally LESS THAN ONE MONTH away from its Landmark 50th Anniversary of Peace Corps Events! To date, we have over 3700 registered participants you can check to see if you and your friends

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The ‘Snake People’ of Bartica – Patriciafaye Marshall, GUY 1

FROG had the great pleasure to interview GUY 1 member Patriciafaye Marshall about her experience in Guyana. Below is the first installment of her two part interview.
Patriciafaye Marshall
Group: GUY 1 Location: Lethem and Bartica Type of Volunteer: Education
Where did you live in Guyana? Can you describe your experience?

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Corps Stories – Celebrating 50 Years of Peace Corps

As Peace Corps approaches its 50th Anniversary, we are reaching out to past Guyana Peace Corps Volunteers, staff and family to collect the stories of their experiences while living and working in Guyana. We are calling this project, the Corps Stories – Celebrating 50 Years of Peace Corps and we

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Signing Off, Mr. President

As I look to wrap-up my term as President, I wanted to reflect on how our non-profit began and how our ‘tadpole’ has grown in to FROG.  It was all very simple- well, maybe not that simple.  Whenever you put a number of RPCVs together who want to carry on

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