Unofficial Volunteer Handbook

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Revision as of 04:06, 5 February 2009

Unofficial Volunteer Handbook
Country Ecuador
Years: 1966-1967
Site(s) Ambato
Region(s) Tungurahua Province
Program
Started service in [[Started service in::1966|1966]
James Agett, Karen Allison, Lewis R Applegate, Barbara (Bean) Browne, Hugh Graham, Kay Harshbarger Wetherwax, James Hoffman, Susan Hughes, Daryl E. Noll, Thomas E. Roberts
Region: Tungurahua Province
Other Volunteers who served in Ecuador
Carol Tumaylle, Todd Mitchell, John C. Abramowicz, James Agett, Caryl Alarcon, John Alexander, Karen Allison, Jack R. Amon, Bryndis Andrade, David J. Andrews, Lewis R Applegate, Ralph Archung, Heather Askey, Philipp Auer, Patty Hubbuch Bailey … further results
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Contents

Description of Service

Karen Allison worked with the Salasaca Indian Tribe weaving cooperative developing handicrafts for export. Unfortunately, she had to leave early for medical reasons.

Lessons Learned

About Karen Allison Today

As of 2007, Karen Allison had been married, had children, divorced, held interesting jobs, married again and was waiting for her first grandson to be born.

External Links

Peace Corps Online RPCV Directory entry

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