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1987: Denise Vargas served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Lesotho in Qacha's Nek beginning in 1987
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Denise Vargas can be contacted at deniseamanepagedorg
Country of Service: Lesotho
Training Group: omnibus87
Cities you served in: Qacha's Nek
Arrival Year: 1987
Departure Year: 1991
Peace Corps teacher training allowed me to teach at Hermitage Home Economics H.S. Secondary jobs were training the nurses how to produce radiographs, received a grant from USAID to fund a pit latrine project, president of women in development committee, and elected volunteer liasion.
Originally posted: November 22, 2007
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1987; Peace Corps Lesotho; Directory of Lesotho RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Lesotho RPCVs
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