1965: Franklin Salveson served in Peru in Puno beginning in 1965

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1965: Franklin Salveson served in Peru in Puno beginning in 1965

1965: Franklin Salveson served in Peru in Puno beginning in 1965

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Franklin Salveson can be contacted at fsalvesonagmaildcom

Country of Service: Peru

Cities you served in: Puno

Arrival Year: 1965

Departure Year: 1967

Work Description:

Rural Community Development; Responsible for operating an experimental and demonstration farm in the community of Ichu; Supervisor of a rural medical center

Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:

1970-1971 Puerto Rico PC Training Center--Agriculture Trainer
1971-1972 Costa Rica Básico Training; Center--Agriculture Trainer for much of Latin America;
1972-1975 Nicaragua--PC Staff as Agriculture Program Technical Representative

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

Anyone from my training group or those I worked with in Puno

Originally posted: May 22, 2006

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