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1963: Ed Oshiro served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana in Sunyani beginning in 1963
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Ed Oshiro can be contacted at edoshiro40ayahoodcom
Country of Service: Ghana
Training Group: 2.5
Cities you served in: Sunyani
Arrival Year: 1963
Departure Year: 1965
Ghana-Taught science in secondary school
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
South Africa 7 , 2001-2003- Capacity building in management at shelter for homeless street boys.
Samoa 71, 2003-2005 - Trained health workers
Uganda Crisis Corps- 2005-2006 - Trained NGO staff in management
Uganda -2006, Health trainer for Uganda PCTs
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Health Educator in Micronesia - 1971-73
Health Educator on Wind River Indian Reservation - 1973-78
Continuing Medical Educator, Seattle, 1978-1996
USAID consultant to Botswana - 1988-1990
Volunteer in Viet Nam - 1996
Continuing Medical Education, Univ of Washington, 1997-2000
Peace Corps So Africa 2001-2003
Peace Corps Samoa- 2003-2005
Peace Corps Crisis Corps, Uganda -2005-2006
Peace Corps Crisis Corps, Malawi-2007
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Changed my life. Continues to do so.
Originally posted: February 21, 2007
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Peace Corps Ghana; Directory of Ghana RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Ghana RPCVs; Peace Corps Annual Report: 1963