Peace Corps Volunteer 2010 Annual Volunteer Survey

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The tabular results are presented in the order in which the questions appeared in the 2010 AVS, which corresponds roughly to the phases of Volunteer service. ... The 2010 AVS included most questions from earlier annual and biennial surveys. A dozen open-ended questions were excluded this year to reduce ... Page 36 ...

Peace Corps Volunteer 2010 Annual Volunteer Survey ALBANIA October 2010

Office of Strategic Information, Research and Planning

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Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................ 3! A. Basic Information ............................................................................. 4! B. Preparing for the Peace Corps ........................................................ 6! C. Your Peace Corps Assignment ....................................................... 7! D. Training for Your Peace Corps Assignment................................. 13! E. Volunteer Assignment Goals and Impact ..................................... 18! F. Peace Corps Support ..................................................................... 23! G. Your Safety and Security ............................................................... 27! H. Volunteers Working in HIV/AIDS ................................................... 53! I. Your Life in the Peace Corps......................................................... 54! J. Overall Assessment of Your Peace Corps Service ...................... 62! K. Demographics and Factors Affecting Extensions ....................... 63!

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INTRODUCTION The Annual Volunteer Survey was conducted from June – August 2010 and 81 percent of the Volunteers (5, 239) responded, the highest number in the 35-year history of the survey. Most Volunteers (89 percent) completed the online version of the survey, and another 11 percent completed a paper version of the survey. This report conveys the responses to the survey from Volunteers serving in one particular country. The report contains the tables and short narrative responses from the questions offering a finite set of possible responses. The results provide a picture of the activities, experiences and views of Peace Corps Volunteers in 2010, including areas where Volunteers confirm that their needs are being well met and where improvements may be needed. A second report contains the Volunteers’ extensive narrative responses to eight open-ended questions on the survey. The report, 2010 Annual Volunteer Survey Open Ended Responses, is being distributed separately to the Regional and Country Directors. ORGANIZATION OF THE REPORT The country report contains eleven sections, corresponding to the major sections of the survey questionnaire. The tabular results are presented in the order in which the questions appeared in the 2010 AVS, which corresponds roughly to the phases of Volunteer service. Initial questions asked about preparing for Peace Corps. These were followed by questions about assignment activities and training. The final set of questions asked about extending service beyond two years. The tables show the percent of post respondents that selected each choice and the total number of post respondents that answered the question. Most survey questions asked respondents to select one answer from a set of choices. The percentages for the “select one” responses add up to 100 percent. Questions that allowed Volunteers to “mark all that apply” result in percentages that total to more than 100 percent. This is because each percentage equals the number of respondents selecting that choice divided by the number of respondents who answered the question. The 2010 AVS included most questions from earlier annual and biennial surveys. A dozen open-ended questions were excluded this year to reduce the reporting burden and internet connection costs to Volunteers.

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