Previous Contributor Highlights
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May 11th 2008
Current Volunteers: Amelia S Is working with Food for the Poor as a civil engineer, doing lots and lots of CAD, also database development, water systems, sewer systems and housing projects.
2000s: Brett W Holt Armenia 2004 - 2006 has contributed his DOS Statement on his experience as an Environmental Education Volunteer in Armenia.
1990s: Robert Dorion Mauritania 1996 - 1998 was a Water Sanitation/Community Health Volunteer and he has shared his photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/r_dorion/sets/72157600295253278/.
1980s: Mary Anderson Flowers Jamaica 1981 - 1983 "It taught me that I could change agent anywhere... it's all about passion & acting on your passion."
1970s: Gerald Plotkin Cote d'Ivoire 1976 - 1978 served in Abidjan teaching English at the Teacher Training College (Ecole Normale Superieure) of Abidjan, conducting classes in conversation, American literature, and pedagogy.
1960s: Jonathan Berger Burkina Faso 1967 - 1969 served in Koupela and assisted villagers construct over 120 wells during a two year period.
Week of April 14th 2008
Current Volunteers: Kenji Yamada has contributed an article and the panorama of Peshkopi, Albania.
2000s: Danai Long Armenia 2004 - 2006 has contributed an excellent article on the village of Akhurian.
1990s: Anjali Mahoney Morocco 1999 - 2001 was a Health volunteer and is currently a Family Medicine Resident in California.
- Kevin Acers Thailand 1982 - 1986 was an English Teach in the TEFL program. He is currently working as a Social Worker in an HIV/AIDS clinic, assessing/addressing the psychosocial needs of low income people who are HIV+.
- John Cuprisin Sierra Leone 1983 - 1985 was a vocation skills volunteer and contributed some excellent published essays on his experience living in Sierra Leone. He is currently a Professor at the Pennsylvania College of Technology.