Volunteers in the Philippine Peace Corps have been making headlines recently, and for good reason.
The nation’s largest humanitarian aid agency is offering up to $5,000 in aid to those displaced by natural disasters and the military.
But many volunteers in the agency aren’t getting a fair shake from the government.
In fact, the Peace Corp has been the target of criticism and accusations of corruption since its inception in the 1990s, but the agency has remained a popular and respected provider of assistance for those in need.
Here are the biggest challenges and what to do to improve.
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