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Each PC in country costs over $47,000 a year. They make a very small percentage of their value, cost jobs in country and may keep wages down. Who is better off with that $47,000 a year? It is obvious that an NGO or in country program would be more efficient.
The disrimination problem is obvious in the employees fired for aquiring AIDs and White House Office of AIDs policy. PC's answer was to possibly change after a long study. By federal laws these issues had to be solved quickly. They still fire emplyees who aquire AIDs. Hillary and State and hiring RPCVs for policy hasn't changed this. PEPFAR funding and hiring of PC employees should stop until this issue is resolved.
PC is a great program, but costs WAY too much and isn't doing much, but grab on to NGO and other federal funding programs. The third goal issues are there and that's why we discuss all this and make change, but there isn't enough participation, so the value is lower and the costs are much higher...
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