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1964: Earl M. Brown, Jr. served in Tanganika (Tanzania) in Musoma beginning in 1964
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Earl M. Brown, Jr. can be contacted at embrownjralycosdcom
Country of Service: Tanganika (Tanzania)
Training Group: Tanganyika VI
Cities you served in: Musoma
Arrival Year: 1964
Departure Year: 1966
Work Description: Middle school teacher
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work
Country Director, Papua New Guinea, 1992-1994
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Assisted in developing the Africn Development Foundation(1st dir, of
Program and Field Operations)
Have encouraged a dozen university students to join.
University Professors for more than 15 years at several Historically Black
Colleges and Universities (HBCU'S)
More than 20 years of international development work in 23 countries of
Africa, Haiti, the DR, and South Pacific, mostly in district, rural or regional
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Pursued academic training in City and Regional Planning because as a
teacher in Tanzania, I was on a committee to plan one of the first "Ujamaa
Villages" as part of President Nyerere's Uhuru philosophy.
Was married 35 years ago in Musoma, and our son is named Nyerere.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Any member of Tanganyilka III, IV, V, or VI.
Would like to find my lost roomate and best man, Peter Cervia, from
Buffalo, in the same group.
Originally posted: April 20, 2002
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