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By SECID on Wednesday, May 08, 2002 - 2:13 pm: Edit Post

SECID, the Southeast Consortium for International Development,is based in Washington, D.C. SECID is a consortium of land grant universities which provides technical assistance and trainging in developing countries.

We are preparing a proposal for USAID to implement a five-year training program in Southern Sudan. This program will provide training to local trainers who will subsequently train other participants. The subject matter areas include:
1. Crop production; 2 Animal production; 3. SME agribusiness, marketing and economics;
4. Fisheries development and processing;
5. Forestry and forest product development; and
6. Wildlife management.

We are seeking candidates who have subject matter expertise (MS degrees desirable), training experience and an interest in accepting two-year assignments in the southern part of the country - likely locations include: Yambio, Maridi, Yirol, Rumbeck, Boma, and Yei.

Interested persons can Email CVs and/or email Bob Delemarre at: rad@secid.org to obtain more information, raise questions, etc. These assignments would not be suitable for families with children due to lack of facilities and schooling.

By Miracle Smith on Saturday, July 26, 2003 - 7:18 pm: Edit Post

Hello,

I am applying to Peace Corps and hope to be assigned in Tanzania. Are there any RPCVs willing to share their Tanzania experience via email? If there are any in Raleigh, North Carolina, I would love to meet you.

Asante sana,
Miracle/Mujisa

By Jo Richard (63-225-179-237.tukw.qwest.net - 63.225.179.237) on Monday, October 23, 2006 - 12:47 am: Edit Post

We are planning a reunion of Tanzania XII volunteers who trained in Syracuse in summer of 1966 and served in Tanzania 1966 - 1968 in agriculture co-ops and vocational agriculture education in middle schools. Please contact Jo Richard at jc_richard@msn.com if you have not heard from us or if you know of any RPCVs from this group / period.

Asante sana,

Jo Richard

By Oscar Spear on Wednesday, April 30, 2003 - 2:45 pm: Edit Post

I am looking for Ann B Hiza who was originally from new York. She served in the peace corp. In 1969 she was a teacher at Rungue Alliance Secondary School, Tukuyu, Tanzania. She married a medical student, Vincent Hiza

By baraka shinyambala (210.pub.6.ttcldata.net - 64.86.51.210) on Friday, January 09, 2004 - 3:31 am: Edit Post

i'm looking for Mary Love Sanford,who worked at rugemba community development institute in iringa,1987-1989,my name's baraka shinyambala, e-mail:benjietom@yahoo.co.uk

By BlairBolles (66-108-203-112.nyc.rr.com - 66.108.203.112) on Sunday, January 04, 2004 - 11:58 am: Edit Post

Blair Bolles data is long out of date. I can be reached at:
Blair Bolles
414 Amsterdam Avenue, Apt. 4N
New York, NY 10024
(212) 595-0463
blair@ebbolles.com

By Magoma (germ3.iwayafrica.com - 62.128.175.10) on Friday, July 23, 2004 - 8:08 am: Edit Post

Iam looking after Sand and Steve Wraith.
Tyey worked as US peace corps Volunteer at MATI-Ukiriguru-Mwanza-Tanzania in 1989-1991

May i have their E-mail and Postal address.

By Magoma (germ3.iwayafrica.com - 62.128.175.10) on Friday, July 23, 2004 - 8:11 am: Edit Post

Iam looking after Sand and Steve Wraith.
Tyey worked as US peace corps Volunteer at MATI-Ukiriguru-Mwanza-Tanzania in 1989-1991

May i have their E-mail and Postal address.

By Margaret Scott (host86-138-175-232.range86-138.btcentralplus.com - 86.138.175.232) on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 7:15 am: Edit Post

Im looking for Cecilia Carreon who was from Chicago. Servrd in Morogoro in 1968-69. Would just love to know how life treated her.

By Stephan Koruba (ip155.tanglewood.chi.ygnition.net - 24.219.229.155) on Wednesday, June 21, 2006 - 2:01 pm: Edit Post

A little help please...
My name is Stephan and I am a RPCV from Bolivia. I am currently in school and as part of an epidemiology class we are trying to help a woman in Arusha improve diagnosis/treatment of skin related diseases/parasites. Is anyone familiar with the area willing to give me a call or drop me an email so I may learn more about the realities of the region?
708-253-3266 or sakani@lycos.com -Thank you.

By mel schnapper (80.101.82.111) on Sunday, June 28, 2009 - 10:16 am: Edit Post

LOOKING TO NETWORK- I'm a RPCV -Nigeria 1965-67 and now going with my partner Wilhelmina who is going for a six-month assignment as a VSO. She will be teaching English at the Ministry of Tourism/Zanzibar and I will "keep house", but I also have an extensive international development background in the areas of public service reform, organization development, training, human resources development, etc. and I'll be looking for employment opportunities in Tanzania/Zanzibar and just to network on a professional and social basis. Can anyone help?

By Judith Van Schoyck (76.173.133.239) on Saturday, July 23, 2011 - 9:32 am: Edit Post

Looking for Carla Grgich. Please contact me at judithvanschoyck@hotmail.com. Hope you can help. Thank you!

By john chisler (196.44.240.61) on Wednesday, September 07, 2011 - 9:05 am: Edit Post

Looking for Michael Boggs, ex roommate in Kahama with Tanzania Nine. Mike, I am living in Kigali, Rwanda right now, just a day's bus ride from Kahama. Leve a note some time

By Ex-Salvatorian Convent School (81.96.166.98) on Thursday, March 01, 2012 - 9:12 pm: Edit Post

My name is Jennifer. I'd like to thank my Peace Corps teachers at SALVATORIAN CONVENT SCHOOL, Kurasini, Dar-es-Salaam, TANZANIA, East Africa. Some of the names I can recall right now are:

1. Tim Hickey [Maths, basketball *Padukies*, netball & athletics]
2. Jerry Scarback [Science]
3. Barbara Bainbridge [English]
4. Judy Azevedo
5. Ann Dillard

KUDOS to all you good people. You certainly shaped [positively] the lives of many [including myself], in developing countries. Again, THANK YOU very very much. God bless you all!

Jennifer [Former SALVATORIAN SCHOOL athlete, basketball and netball fanatic] :-)


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