Peace Corps Volunteers touched many lives in eSwatini

US EMBASSY CHARGE D’AFFAIRS EARL MILLER: “Peace Corps Volunteers touched many lives in eSwatini.”


John Owens receiving his Volunteer Certificate during his swearing-in today.


MBABANE: His Excellency Earl Miller, the United States Embassy Charge d’Affaires has hailed the impact that the Peace Corps Volunteers had in the Kingdom of eSwatini. (formerly named Swaziland )

Speaking during the swearing-in of eight(8) Peace Corps Volunteers, Miller said eMaswati have expressed  of their wonderful experiences with the Peace Corps.

“Everywhere I travel in Eswatini, I meet people who tell me how Peace Corps Volunteers touched their lives. Senior Government policy and decision makers, civil society leaders, teachers, health workers, students of all ages, talk of their wonderful experiences with Peace Corps Volunteers.” said the US Embassy Charge d’Affaires as quoted by the Government online platforms this week.

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