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Post Re-Entry Health and Safety Review of Peace Corps/Cambodia (IG-24-01-E)

Report Information

Date Issued
Report Number
Report Type
Inspection / Evaluation
On May 16, 2022, the Peace Corps notified the United States Congress that Peace Corps/Cambodia intended to resume operations as early as September 2022. The first intake of 2 reinstated Volunteers arrived in September 2022, and 36 two-year Volunteers arrived in October 2022. On July 7, 2023, the Office of Inspector General announced this review to assess Peace Corps/Cambodia’s compliance with specific agency policies and procedures related to Volunteer and trainee health and safety and the re-entry process.
Agency Wide
Yes (agency-wide)
Questioned Costs
Funds for Better Use


Disclaimer: Open/Closed recommendations are updated semiannually.

The Country Director and the medical unit revise the MAP to include all the information required in Medical Technical Guideline 385 and ensure that the health unit’s hardcopy of the MAP meets agency requirements.

The Office of Health Services and the Country Director either identify a local backup medical provider or renew the post’s agreement with the State Department.

The Peace Corps Medical Officers work with the Country Director and the Peace Corps Quality Improvement Unit to develop an appropriate strategy for conducting medical consultant assessments that meet the requirements of Medical Technical Guideline 204.

The Country Director establishes a system to regularly update Volunteers’ contact information in VIDA.

The post staff refit propane tanks with longer hoses to ensure they comply with Safety and Security Instruction 410 and post’s housing criteria.