1977: Tom Jordan served in Nepal in Kathmandu & central development district beginning in 1977

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1977: Tom Jordan served in Nepal in Kathmandu & central development district beginning in 1977

1977: Tom Jordan served in Nepal in Kathmandu & central development district beginning in 1977

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Tom Jordan can be contacted at tomjordanastarpowerdnet

Country of Service: Nepal

Training Group: N65

Cities you served in: Kathmandu & central development district

Arrival Year: 1977

Departure Year: 1980

Work Description:

I was in the Community Water Supply (CWS) program, constructing gravity-flow water systems in mountain villages. At the end of my tour, I was retained by UNICEF Nepal to write a field handbook on designing & constructing such systems, for use by PC and similar organizations in Nepal.

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:

Any of my former PC friends or other CWS volunteers.

Originally posted: December 7, 2003



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