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1964: Barbara Bainbridge Clark served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania in Dar es Salaam and Kyela beginning in 1964
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Barbara Bainbridge Clark can be contacted at bainbridagmaildcom
Country of Service: Tanzania
Training Group: Tanganyika VI
Cities you served in: Dar es Salaam and Kyela
Arrival Year: 1964
Departure Year: 1967
Primary School Teacher; Smallpox eradication campaign
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Returned to Tanzania in 1968 to marry Tanganyika V volunteer, Andrew Clark.
!st son born in Nairobi. Two more sons born in Pendleton, Oregon. Two adoptions, a son and a daughter, rounded out our family. We returned to East Africa again in 1977 to work as Agricultural Missionaries for the Presbyterian Church secunded to the National Christian Council of Kenya from l977 to l981. Worked for Lutheran World Relief on an integrated Agriculture Project in Singida, Tanzania from l981-1983. Taught Special Education at St. Andrew's Primary School out of Nakuru, Kenya during 1983-84. Returned to Pendleton, OR and took various teaching positions until retirement 4 years ago.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
The experience was life changing and life forming.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Ann Billard, Judy Azevedo: two roommates while in Peace Corps.
Originally posted: August 30, 2006
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