CAPCA donated $431.00 that was collected at the October 23rd, 2015 Founder’s Day Dinner to the Let Girls Learn Program. The Peace Corps Let Girls Learn Program is an ambitious effort to tackle a global issue: educational inequality. Over 62 million girls around the world are not in school, and we are going to change […]
The 2014 Border2Border (“B2B”) initiative is a project that couples local action with increased national awareness about children’s health and waste reduction. Peace Corps volunteers will walk the entire length of Armenia, one group leaving from the northern border with Georgia and the other from the southern border with Iran. En-route, the B2B teams will join with […]
1140 students from 38 middle schools participated in local and regional French spelling bees, culminating in a national competition. CAPCA contributed $299 to support PCV Hannah Koppel and her Guinean partners.
PCVs Carey Bolnik and Alison Cumbow organized an English language camp focusing on civic engagement, multiculturalism, critical thinking, volunteerism, project planning, and problem solving. Campers each completed a community project. Camp staff included both PCVs and Ukrainians of various ethnicities.