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1981: Keith Cressman served in Tunisia in Hammam Sousse beginning in 1981
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Keith Cressman can be contacted at keithdcressmanafaodorg
Country of Service: Tunisia
Training Group: Hergla Staj
Cities you served in: Hammam Sousse
Arrival Year: 1981
Departure Year: 1983
contributed to the services of a Ministry of Agriculture Regional Plant Protection Centre (Kalaa Srira) in the monitoring and control of pests, diseases and weeds by visiting and advising farmers and agricultural extensions agents on IPM practices and the safe use of chemicals
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
work in USDA/APHIS/ARS (Phoenix 1984-85); MSc (Univ California, Davis 1985-87); UN FAO Locust forecaster (Rome, 1987-present)
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
My experience in Tunisia changed the course of my life and led me to working in development in Africa and Asia as my career
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Harold Kelly, Steve Aversa
Any message for returned volunteers?:
please contact me if you ever visit Rome, Italy
Originally posted: August 30, 2006
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