Memorandum

Nine of the bottom 10 countries appear on an earlier bottom 10 list, five of them for the fourth time. Six countries repeat in the top ranked list.

While we see generally unimpressive ratings for the support provided to the Volunteers by their Peace Corps project managers and staff, the Volunteers report very positive ratings for the support they receive from the medical and security staff.33 Overall Volunteers report “exceptional” and “considerable” support from their Peace Corps medical staff (39% say “exceptional” and 33% say “considerably”). Only 28% report mediocre or poor medical support.34 The Volunteer satisfaction with the support for “safety and security” is rated as “completely” supportive by 40% of the Volunteers, with 33% rating it as a “4” (which apparently means “considerably”). Only 27% rate this support as mediocre or poor.35 The Volunteers also give high rankings for “language learning” support.36

So, the Volunteers know how to give high ratings in this survey—when they are warranted.

In printing the top 10 and bottom 10 lists, we may tend to ignore the mediocrity in the middle. Is the Peace Corps satisfied when most of the Volunteers rate the support they received as a “3”—adequate or mediocre? Take four countries in the middle of the overall rankings: Turkmenistan, Ecuador, Micronesia and Tanzania, ranked 37th, 38th, 39th, and 40th. Is the Peace Corps satisfied with their rankings on “job assignment” (36th, 23rd, 9th, and 6th, respectively), “management” (38th, 47th, 24th, and 53rd), “feedback on my projects” (25th, 2nd, 21st, and 39th), and “site selection” (41st, 45th, 7th, and 22nd)? Does the Peace Corps give a priority to reform in these countries?

Taking all of the Volunteer responses to these 11 categories for question E7 and giving appropriate weight to the answers, it’s possible to give an overall ranking of staff support provided to the Volunteers for all of the countries in the survey. This list can be seen as the ultimate overall ranking of the management support given to the Volunteers, country-by-country.

Not at all

2

3

4

Completely

 

Score

Rank

China

1%

7%

21%

33%

38%

3.99

1

Georgia

2%

9%

18%

34%

37%

3.96

2

Macedonia

4%

7%

20%

28%

41%

3.96

3

Kazakhstan

3%

6%

23%

35%

33%

3.89

4

Bulgaria

3%

7%

21%

34%

34%

3.88

5

Dominican Republic

2%

8%

24%

39%

28%

3.84

6

Mongolia

3%

7%

24%

38%

28%

3.82

7

Nicaragua

2%

8%

23%

39%

28%

3.81

8

Vanuatu

2%

9%

26%

33%

29%

3.79

9

Azerbaijan

2%

8%

23%

43%

23%

3.78

10

Malawi

2%

10%

26%

33%

29%

3.78

11

Paraguay

1%

8%

27%

41%

23%

3.77

12

Kyrg Republic

2%

10%

24%

36%

27%

3.76

13

Costa Rica

3%

8%

25%

39%

25%

3.73

14

Ukraine

2%

10%

28%

34%

26%

3.71

15

Honduras

3%

11%

24%

38%

25%

3.71

16

Guinea

3%

9%

26%

41%

22%

3.70

17

Lesotho

2%

10%

28%

36%

24%

3.70

18

Kiribati

0%

13%

18%

53%

15%

3.70

19

Peru

4%

11%

26%

28%

30%

3.69

20

Thailand

4%

11%

25%

30%

29%

3.68

21

Guatemala

4%

9%

26%

34%

26%

3.68

22

Romania

5%

13%

23%

28%

30%

3.66

23

Mozambique

2%

11%

28%

37%

21%

3.65

24

Moldova

6%

10%

22%

35%

27%

3.65

25

Armenia

8%

10%

19%

34%

28%

3.65

26

Bolivia

4%

12%

26%

35%

24%

3.63

27

Philippines

3%

11%

27%

41%

19%

3.62

28

El Salvador

4%

11%

28%

33%

24%

3.62

29

Panama

4%

10%

28%

34%

23%

3.61

30

Mexico

6%

11%

25%

35%

24%

3.60

31

Madagascar

2%

14%

29%

34%

21%

3.59

32

Mali

3%

13%

26%

38%

20%

3.59

33

Botswana

6%

11%

27%

32%

24%

3.58

34

Mauritania

7%

10%

24%

37%

22%

3.58

35

Kenya

1%

12%

32%

38%

18%

3.58

36

Turkmenistan

4%

14%

27%

34%

21%

3.55

37

Ecuador

3%

13%

32%

30%

22%

3.55

38

Micronesia

4%

12%

33%

31%

20%

3.52

39

Tanzania

6%

13%

21%

41%

18%

3.51

40

The Gambia

5%

12%

29%

35%

19%

3.50

41

Senegal

4%

15%

29%

32%

20%

3.48

42

Benin

9%

12%

28%

27%

24%

3.46

43

Albania

8%

12%

28%

29%

22%

3.45

44

Eastern Caribbean

8%

14%

30%

28%

21%

3.40

45

Cape Verde

4%

17%

36%

26%

18%

3.36

46

Burkina Faso

4%

16%

33%

32%

14%

3.35

47

Swaziland

3%

16%

36%

37%

8%

3.33

48

Tonga

6%

14%

36%

31%

13%

3.31

49

Niger

6%

18%

32%

27%

17%

3.30

50

Morocco

7%

16%

33%

29%

15%

3.29

51

Ghana

6%

17%

34%

32%

12%

3.26

52

Cambodia

6%

15%

38%

32%

9%

3.24

53

Jordan

8%

25%

26%

20%

20%

3.20

54

Belize

4%

22%

32%

34%

8%

3.20

55

Cameroon

7%

19%

34%

26%

13%

3.18

56

Jamaica

10%

20%

30%

20%

19%

3.18

57

Namibia

7%

19%

36%

28%

11%

3.17

58

Samoa

10%

22%

25%

27%

15%

3.15

59

Zambia

6%

19%

39%

27%

9%

3.15

60

South Africa

10%

18%

36%

21%

15%

3.13

61

Fiji

7%

20%

36%

29%

8%

3.10

62

Togo

7%

22%

40%

24%

7%

3.02

63

Ethiopia

10%

27%

33%

15%

15%

2.99

64

Guyana

9%

26%

38%

19%

8%

2.92

65

Uganda

15%

26%

32%

16%

12%

2.85

66

Suriname

30%

24%

21%

17%

7%

2.49

67

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