Peace Corps - Glossary of Environmental Terms - Spanish to English
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This dictionary is for Peace Corps volunteers and others working in countries which speak Spanish. The problem of communication can be enormous and embarrassing. This guide is designed to help avoid some of these problems. Common local names for a variety of items have been left out due to the different Latin American dialects. The 4,300 terms listed appear in two glossaries. One in English-Spanish and the other is for Spanish-English. It is the hope that these glossaries will alleviate instructional problems in the field with the Peace Corps volunteers in Latin America.
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
El Salvador: 1962-1980, 1993-present
Nicaragua: 1968-1979, 1991-present
Peru: 1962 - 1974, 2002 - present
Ecuador: 1962 - present
Dominican Republic: 1962 - present
Bolivia: 1962 - 1971, 1990 - 2008; Currently Inactive
Uruguay: 1963-1973, 1991-1997; Currently Inactive
Mexico: Technology Transfer, Environmental Education and Natural Resource Management
Guatemala: Health, Youth Development, Environment, Agriculture
El Salvador: Community Economic Development, Agriculture, Environmental Education, Health, Youth Development
Honduras: Community Economic Development, Food Security, Health and Youth Development
Nicaragua: Business, Environment, Health. Education
Peru: Youth Development, Small Business Development, Health, Environment
Ecuador: Community Development, Education, Health
Dominican Republic: Community Development, Health, Education, Environment, Business
Bolivia: Currently Inactive
Uruguay: Currently Inactive
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