Andrew Golda

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Andrew Golda
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Country Armenia
Years: 2001-2003
Site(s) Dilijan
Program(s) Business
Andrew Golda started in Armenia 2001
Andrew Golda, Nancy Reinhart
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Zachariah M. Brevis, Andrew Golda, Aaron Martinez, Dennis Price, Joel White
Other Volunteers who served in Armenia
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Akhurian, Zachariah M. Brevis, Zachary Jean Chartkoff, Jennifer Cochran, Cat Cvengros, Will Dickinson, Barbara Eberhardt, Nick Giammaria, Andrew Golda, Scott Guenthner, Emily Haas, Colleen Hardin, Brett W Holt, Laura Holt, Lisa Householder-Owsley … further results
Projects in Armenia
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Achajur Water Supply Pipeline Mapping, Bridge of Hope Computer Education Center, Building sustainable livihoods in Tavush marze, Business Education, Charentsavan Business Education and Resource Center, Community Sports Facility, English Lab Modernization, Gymnasium Restoration Project, Ijevan Bridge of Hope, Secondary School Gymnasium Renovation, Sisian Business Information and Consulting Center, Tavush GIS Project
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[edit] Description of Service

Andy completed his training in Gyumri (Leninakan) and lived in the village of Keti, just north of Gyumri.

While in Dilijan, Andy worked with Dilnet Service (later Dilnet Business Promotion Center) and Mitk Youth Union.

Andy also taught English and worked with the community in the refugee village of Aigut, located approximately 1.5 hours from Dilijan.

[edit] About Andrew Golda Today

Andy works at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC on international development programs, specifically local government and decentralization programs.

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