JCWP 2001: Photo
World Leaders Build

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, his wife Rosalynn, South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung and some 9,000 other volunteers gathered in six sites across South Korea, building 136 Habitat houses Aug. 5-11.

Opening Ceremony Launches JCWP
President Kim Joins Volunteers
Carter Addresses Fellow Volunteers
House Dedications : "Will You Invite Us Into Your Home?"
Closing Ceremonies in Asan

Romanian Orphans Share JCWP Experiences
Cylcing Teams Raise Funds, Awareness
Meet Three U.S. Volunteers in Korea

 Group Photos of the Volunteers

Lee Jong Rok, Homeowner in Asan

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Jimmy Carter and why he builds

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