Full text of a brochure highlighting Peace Corps programs and activities in the fields of agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture, and forestry. Although no exact date of publication is given, the brochure is likely from 1969.
My assignment in 1972 was creating a photo essay on the Peace Corps/USAID Project called Operation Help. A book was published for the Afghan government to document the project that fed 250,000 people before the winter of 1972.
A Peace Corps Agriculture Co-op Volunteer gives a neighbor his monthly haircut outside the Agricultural Co-op's tienda in Ajuterique, Honduras. The Co-op was featured in the Peace Corps USAID half-hour documentary film "Don Tomas." December, 1970.
Campesinos build a mountaintop airstrip - by hand - near the remote pueblo of Concepción, Intibucá, Honduras. Concepción is cut off from the rest of Honduras by swollen rivers during the rainy season. The airstrip was to be long enough to...
Peace Corps Volunteer Ron Anderson records sound effects in a campo school room near Pespire, Honduras during the making of a half-hour Peace Corps documentary training film "Don't Think / Some Days". July, 1969.
Host community friends; Traditional dress; Business development
Facial study of a Campesino member of a Rio Lindo, Honduras, Savings and Loan Coop in a perplexed moment at a committee meeting. Taken during a photo tour of Peace Corps Volunteer projects in the area. April, 1969.