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1965: Paul Trotta served in Nigeria in Sokoto beginning in 1965
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Paul Trotta can be contacted at pauldtrottaasnetdnet
Country of Service: Nigeria
Training Group: 17 ?
Cities you served in: Sokoto
Arrival Year: 1965
Departure Year: 1967
Work Description: Taught English and Math
Originally posted: November 12, 2001
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|By Shihap (18.104.22.168) on Monday, March 19, 2012 - 12:20 pm: Edit Post|
I could really sotenare with the revisit to Ethiopia and the things both different and the same. I've been going back since '98 and found the same thing, little advances here and there contrasted by things that haven't changed a bit. The biggest for me would be the size. In our time, Addis was 750,000 and Ethiopia around 21 million. Now Addis is estimated at 4-5 million and 75 million for Ethiopia! (not sure who's doing the counting!)We helped to host an HIV/AIDS conference in '03 among the churches quite a historic and challenging thing to get them all in the same room. Our church had a short project in Angacha working with HIV/AIDS education. Looking forward to the VII reunion!Peace