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Peace Corps Philippines, an agency and volunteer program of the US -Government, has signed a contract to independently assess the impact of the organization’s unique “response program” in preparing to resume operations in a post-COVID-19 pandemic setting.

Jenner Edelman, Country Director of the Peace Corps Philippines, awarded the contract to Agnes Quilinguing, an independent research consultant with over 15 years of experience in project management, monitoring and evaluation, during a ceremony on Thursday, September 16.

Quilinguing is currently a public finance management specialist with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and has worked with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and other international organizations and government agencies and universities.

“This is the first time Peace Corps Philippines hires an external assessor to assess the effectiveness of our response program by helping our partners fill specific technical gaps and build lasting capacity. This evaluation will provide valuable insight into what is working and what we can do to better serve partners in the Philippines when our pandemic response program volunteers return, ”Edelman said in a statement.

Since its inception in 2007, the Peace Corps Philippines Response Program has placed more than 200 highly experienced American volunteers in LGUs, state universities, and other institutions seeking specialized technical assistance for short-term assignments of up to a year across the country – In the event of a disaster, risk reduction and management, environmental management, education and youth development.

The evaluation is expected to be completed in February 2022 and will produce findings that can benefit other Peace Corps response programs around the world.

Founded in 1961 by the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy, the Peace Corps is the U.S. government’s premier voluntary service organization and has since deployed more than 240,000 Americans in over 140 countries around the world to make a lasting impact To achieve the goal of the Peace Corps. Mission of world friendship and peace.

Peace Corps Philippines, the agency’s second oldest program in the world, is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. More than 9,300 volunteers have served with host communities in the Philippines over six decades.

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