Sargent Shriver interviewed in Washington DC about the increasing demand for Peace Corps volunteers.
Washington DC USA Date:1963 Duration:5 min 47 sec Sound:Yes
Robert Sargent interviewed in Washington DC, United States. On being asked by the interviewer Paul Niven about the increasing demand for Peace Corps volunteers from all over the world; Shriver, Director of Peace Corps agrees to the increasing demand and says that Nigeria has been demanding the maximum number of volunteers in spite of the poster card incident. He tells that though so far the number of causalities has been low but people must be prepared for them. On being questioned about the difficulty in finding the specialized volunteers he tells that the greatest difficulty is faced in finding diesel equipment engineers. He says that Peace Corps wants the community development workers for South America.
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