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2002: Rachael Shenyo served in Guatemala in Chiantla, Huehuetenango beginning in 2002
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Rachael Shenyo can be contacted at HauntedFox1975ayahoodcom
Country of Service: Guatemala
Training Group: September 2002
Cities you served in: Chiantla, Huehuetenango
Arrival Year: 2002
Departure Year: 2004
sheep genetics, community outreach, laboratory, youth groups, marketing, ongoing importation and marketing project
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
denied re-entry March, 2004; worked as flu vaccine research tech 2004-2005; 2005 moved on to research animal production and ethics, still working in Guatemala with my sheep project there, returned 2005 and 2006 to assist
Any message for returned volunteers?:
I am very interested in networking with other volunteers who wish to continue their work after service. I am especially interested in marketing resources and environmental project insights for isolated high altitude regions
Originally posted: June 25, 2006
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