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PEACE CORPS EVENT. The Philippine Embassy and the Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) held a reception at the Embassy's Romulo Hall on 22 March to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the foundation. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. and PCAFPD President Mark Holt hosted some 80 former Peace Corps volunteers who served in the Philippines from all over the United States, leaders of Filipino-American community organizations and officials from the Peace Corps, the Department of State and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, among others. The PCAFPD was incorporated in the District of Columbia as a non-profit foundation on 7 March 1983. Since then, the foundation has provided hundreds of college scholarships to deserving Filipino students. (Philippine Embassy Photos by Christine Rubio)

PEACE CORPS EVENT. The Philippine Embassy and the Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) held a reception at the Embassy’s Romulo Hall on 22 March to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the foundation. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. and PCAFPD President Mark Holt hosted some 80 former Peace Corps volunteers who served in the Philippines from all over the United States, leaders of Filipino-American community organizations and officials from the Peace Corps, the Department of State and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, among others. The PCAFPD was incorporated in the District of Columbia as a non-profit foundation on 7 March 1983. Since then, the foundation has provided hundreds of college scholarships to deserving Filipino students. (Philippine Embassy Photos by Christine Rubio)

 

The Philippine Embassy and the Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) held a reception at the Embassy's Romulo Hall on 22 March to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the foundation. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. and PCAFPD President Mark Holt hosted some 80 former Peace Corps volunteers who served in the Philippines from all over the United States, leaders of Filipino-American community organizations and officials from the Peace Corps, the Department of State and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, among others. The PCAFPD was incorporated in the District of Columbia as a non-profit foundation on 7 March 1983. Since then, the foundation has provided hundreds of college scholarships to deserving Filipino students. (Philippine Embassy Photos by Christine Rubio)

The Philippine Embassy and the Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) held a reception at the Embassy’s Romulo Hall on 22 March to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the foundation. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. and PCAFPD President Mark Holt hosted some 80 former Peace Corps volunteers who served in the Philippines from all over the United States, leaders of Filipino-American community organizations and officials from the Peace Corps, the Department of State and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, among others. The PCAFPD was incorporated in the District of Columbia as a non-profit foundation on 7 March 1983. Since then, the foundation has provided hundreds of college scholarships to deserving Filipino students. (Philippine Embassy Photos by Christine Rubio)

 

The Philippine Embassy and the Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) held a reception at the Embassy's Romulo Hall on 22 March to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the foundation. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. and PCAFPD President Mark Holt hosted some 80 former Peace Corps volunteers who served in the Philippines from all over the United States, leaders of Filipino-American community organizations and officials from the Peace Corps, the Department of State and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, among others. The PCAFPD was incorporated in the District of Columbia as a non-profit foundation on 7 March 1983. Since then, the foundation has provided hundreds of college scholarships to deserving Filipino students. (Philippine Embassy Photos by Christine Rubio)

The Philippine Embassy and the Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) held a reception at the Embassy’s Romulo Hall on 22 March to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the foundation. Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. and PCAFPD President Mark Holt hosted some 80 former Peace Corps volunteers who served in the Philippines from all over the United States, leaders of Filipino-American community organizations and officials from the Peace Corps, the Department of State and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, among others. The PCAFPD was incorporated in the District of Columbia as a non-profit foundation on 7 March 1983. Since then, the foundation has provided hundreds of college scholarships to deserving Filipino students. (Philippine Embassy Photos by Christine Rubio)

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