There are around 200 Peace Corps Volunteers serving in Ethiopia right now. Some are Health volunteers, like me, but others focus on Education or Environment projects. Here are a few more blogs you might enjoy…
Peace Corps Ethiopia’s Official Website. I helped create this website which is meant to showcase the best of the best in PCE.
Postcards from a Peace Corps Volunteer. A photo-rich blog telling the story of an education Volunteer in the Sidama Zone.
He Who Knows Patience. Joe blogs about his experience as a PCV in the Arsi Zone, home of Ethiopia’s most famous runners.
9000 Miles from Normal. A cheeky perspective of living and working as a Volunteer…
Eight Letter Words. A mix of volunteer experiences from a Tigray Health Volunteer.
Wanderings and Wonderings. Sarah tells about her experiences as a Health Volunteer living in a big Ethiopian city.
CartelliPZCorps. An Environment Volunteer uses humor to talk about his experiences in the rain saturated South.
Fact Based Brevity. A quirky blog from a quirky Health Volunteer in the Tigray region.
Corey Peace Corps Ethiopia. A collection of stories and projects from a Health Volunteer. Corey’s always busy.
27 Months of Sunshine. An Education Volunteer describes her work and life in the Kaffa Zone.
Shayna in Ethiopia. A very realistic (no BS) take on gender inequality and other cultural observations from an Education Volunteer in the Tigray region.
These Are Not Tan Lines they are dirt lines. A blog from a Returned PCV from Malawi in which she chronicles her travels, past and present.
…and there are many more here.