1989: Joe Arceneaux served in Zaire in near Kikwit beginning in 1989

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1989: Joe Arceneaux served in Zaire in near Kikwit beginning in 1989

1989: Joe Arceneaux served in Zaire in near Kikwit beginning in 1989

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Joe Arceneaux can be contacted at joe_arceneauxahotmaildcom

Country of Service: Zaire

Cities you served in: near Kikwit

Arrival Year: 1989

Departure Year: 1991

Work Description:

Aquaculture extension agent for PNPF in Bandundu.

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I worked as a fisheries observer in AK for a year, and in HI for 7 yrs for NMFS. For the last 7 yrs, I've been the training director for the NMFS Pacific Islands Region Observer Programs

Originally posted: August 30, 2006



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