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Less than two decades into its independence, Namibia has emerged as a model by establishing political and economic frameworks that give it one of the freest and most open economies in Africa. Namibians are encouraged to participate fully in shaping laws and government policies. Namibia has set a model for advancing the rule of law and encouraging the growth of civil society.
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The initial planning for the Peace Corps/Namibia program began in 1989, prior to
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|lastname=Long
independence. The first group of 14 Volunteers arrived on September 9, 1990, less than
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|country=Bolivia
six months after the country achieved independence.
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|yearserviceended=1964
 
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==Peace Corps History==
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''Main article: [[History of the Peace Corps in Namibia]]''
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The first group of 14 Volunteers arrived in Namibia on September 9, 1990, less than six months after the country became independent. By January 1991, the program was in full operation. The primary role of these early Volunteers was to teach English, in support of the new government’s declaration of English as the country’s official language. Classroom teachers also assisted in the transition from Afrikaans to English as the language of instruction in upper primary and secondary schools. In the early 1990s, Volunteers also provided assistance to drought relief efforts and began to work in youth development offices. The number of Volunteers peaked in the late 1990s, reaching a high of almost 150 people. This spike was largely driven by a collaborative effort with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide school-based teacher training throughout the rural north. In August 2009, the first group of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Volunteers arrived in the country.  The new Small Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Development (SEED) program was introduced in 2010.
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Today, about 140 Volunteers work as primary and secondary school teachers, community health workers, information and communications technology facilitators, and small enterprise development agents.
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==Living Conditions and Volunteer Lifestyle==
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''Main article: [[Living Conditions and Volunteer Lifestyles in Namibia]]''
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Housing varies considerably. Your site might be a Western-style cement block house, usually with electricity and running water; an apartment attached to a student boarding facility (hostel); or, in the case of more rural junior secondary schools, a room with a local family. As the government has invited assistance from a variety of sources, you may also be asked to share a two- or three-bedroom house with one or two colleagues (either Namibian or Volunteers from other countries). Our expectation is that you will have a private bedroom, but remember that there is a shortage of housing for government staff in most areas in Namibia. The minstry/ hosting agency to which you are assigned is responsible for paying your montly utilities and providing you with the basic furnishings (e.g., bed, charis, tables, stove, and gas refrigerator).
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==Training==
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''Main article: [[Training in Namibia]]''
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The eight-week training will provide you the opportunity to learn new skills and practice them as they apply to Namibia. You will receive training and orientation in language, cross-cultural communication, development issues, health and personal safety, and technical skills pertinent to your specific assignment. The skills you learn will serve as the foundation upon which you build your experience as a Volunteer in Namibia.
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During the first week of training, you will stay at a central training facility. During this first week, Trainees will receive information about the types of projects and sites available and will have individual interviews with APCDs and programming staff in order to determine their tentative site placement and language assignment.  Trainees will begin language instruction in small groups (typically 3-4 students and an instructor) as well as technical, health/safety, and cross-cultural training during this time.
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Trainees will also have the opportunity to meet their host families, with whom they will live for approximately 6 weeks, during the first week of training.  This homestay will help bring to life some of the topics covered in training, giving you a chance to practice your new language skills and directly observe and participate in Namibian culture.
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At the onset of training, the training staff will outline the competencies that you have to master before becoming a Volunteer and the criteria that will be used to assess achievement of those competencies. Evaluation of your performance during training is a continual process based on a dialogue between you and the training staff. The training manager, along with the language, technical, and cross-cultural trainers, will work with you toward the highest possible achievement of training competencies by providing you with feedback throughout training. After successful completion of pre-service training, you will be sworn in as a Volunteer and make the final preparations for departure to your site.
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==Health Care and Safety==
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''Main article: [[Health Care and Safety in Namibia]]''
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The Peace Corps’ highest priority is maintaining the good health and safety of every Volunteer. Peace Corps medical programs emphasize the preventive, rather than the curative, approach to disease. Peace Corps/Namibia maintains a clinic with a full-time medical officer, who takes care of Volunteers’ primary healthcare needs. Additional medical services are available at a U.S.-standard hospital in Windhoek. If you become seriously ill, you may be transported to South Africa or back the United States for further treatment.
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==Diversity and Cross-Cultural Issues==
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''Main article: [[Diversity and Cross-Cultural Issues in Namibia]]''
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In Namibia, as in other Peace Corps host countries, Volunteers’ behavior, lifestyle, background, and beliefs are judged in a cultural context very different from their own. Certain personal perspectives or characteristics commonly accepted in the United States may be quite uncommon, unacceptable, or even repressed in Namibia.
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Outside of Namibia’s capital, residents of rural communities have had relatively little direct exposure to other cultures, races, religions, and lifestyles. What people view as typical American behavior or norms may be a misconception, such as the belief that all Americans are rich and have blond hair and blue eyes. The people of Namibia are justly known for their generous hospitality to foreigners; however, members of the community in which you will live may display a range of reactions to cultural differences that you present.
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* Possible Issues for Female Volunteers
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* Possible Issues for Volunteers of Color
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* Possible Issues for Senior Volunteers
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* Possible Issues for Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual Volunteers
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* Possible Religious Issues for Volunteers
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* Possible Issues for Volunteers With Disabilities
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==Frequently Asked Questions==
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''Main article: [[FAQs about Peace Corps in Namibia]]''
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==Dates Unknown==
 
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[[Taylor Hackford]]
* How much luggage am I allowed to bring to Namibia?
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* What is the electric current in Namibia?
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* How much money should I bring?
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* When can I take vacation and have people visit me?
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* Will my belongings be covered by insurance?
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* Do I need an international driver’s license?
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* What should I bring as gifts for Namibian friends and my host family?
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* Where will my site assignment be when I finish training and how isolated will I be?
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* How can my family contact me in an emergency?
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* Can I call home from Namibia?
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* Should I bring a cellular phone with me?
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* Will there be e-mail and Internet access? Should I bring my computer?
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==1962==
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[[Kenneth Rustad]]<br>
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[[donald g bryan]]<br>
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[[Jon Roger Perry]]<br>
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[[Marjorie Nishek]]<br>
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[[Michael Hacker]]<br>
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[[Wayne Nishek]]<br>
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[[Nancy T. Sturdivant]]<br>
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[[Art Andres Jr.]]<br>
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[[Myrtis Becker]]<br>
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[[Ken Boice]]<br>
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[[Ben Brackin]]<br>
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[[Bill Brownell]]<br>
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[[Peter Burr]]<br>
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[[Norm Coble]]<br>
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[[Ed Dennison]]<br>
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[[Audrey Dewerff]]<br>
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[[Chuck Glass]]<br>
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[[Jim Herberger]]<br>
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[[Judy Herberger]]<br>
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[[Sharleen Hirschi]]<br>
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[[Paul Lofton]]<br>
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[[Peter Nieblas]]<br>
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[[Larry Oglesby]]<br>
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[[Vern Risty]]<br>
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[[Peter Roycraft]]<br>
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[[Don Rozell]]<br>
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[[Ken Rustad]]<br>
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[[Bill Schenk]]<br>
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[[Lounelle Selle]]<br>
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[[Eric Smith]]<br>
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[[Tom Stachelek]]<br>
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[[John Sykes]]<br>
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[[Orville Tenbrink]]<br>
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[[Rose Epps]]<br>
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[[Larry Wohlwend]]<br>
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[[George Wright]]<br>
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[[Mel Zielinski]]<br>
  
==Packing List==
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==1963==
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[[Earl Bahler]]<br>
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[[James M. Hooper]]<br>
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[[Nancy Keebler Bissell]]<br>
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[[Philip T. Hill]]<br>
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[[Henry Wilhelm]]<br>
  
''Main article: [[Packing List for Namibia]]''
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==1964==
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[[Barbara Kempczinski]]<br>
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[[BOBBY EUGENE BURNS]]<br>
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[[Cara Linn Joe]]<br>
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[[Daryl Knox]]<br>
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[[David Paul Winkelmann]]<br>
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[[Joseph Rogers Dickinson, Jr.]]<br>
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[[marge Reifsnyder]]<br>
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[[William Dain]]<br>
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==1965==
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[[Andrew D. Cohen]]<br>
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[[Frank Cremins]]<br>
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[[Frederick E. Wepprecht]]<br>
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[[James Douglas Beals]]<br>
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[[Keith G. Williams]]<br>
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[[Larry Stearns]]<br>
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[[Lorrain Giddings]]<br>
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[[Margaret Mimna Cummings]]<br>
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[[Mike Eskitch]]<br>
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[[Sabina Marie Dunton]]<br>
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[[Zoe Hellekson Rae]]<br>
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==1966==
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[[Averill Strasser]]<br>
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[[Bruce B. Cohen]]<br>
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[[Douglas Charles Haring]]<br>
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[[James N. Parkinson]]<br>
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[[Jay C Vincent]]<br>
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[[John Michael Fogg]]<br>
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[[Ray Petty]]<br>
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==1967==
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[[dan roque]]<br>
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[[David P. Dolson]]<br>
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[[Don Beck]]<br>
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[[Douglas Langan]]<br>
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[[Frank T. Darmiento]]<br>
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[[Jeff Fletcher]]<br>
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[[John S. Waterman]]<br>
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[[Paul M. Martin]]<br>
  
This list has been compiled by Volunteers serving in Namibia and is based on their experience. Use it as an informal guide in making your own list, bearing in mind that experience is individual. There is no perfect list! You obviously cannot bring everything we mention, so consider those items that make the most sense to you personally and professionally. You can always have things sent to you later. As you decide what to bring, keep in mind that you have an 80-pound weight restriction on baggage. And remember, because of Namibia’s proximity to South Africa, you can get almost everything you need in Namibia at prices comparable to those in the United States.
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==1968==
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[[Bill Buzenberg]]<br>
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[[Fred Krieger]]<br>
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[[Kirk Harder]]<br>
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[[Michael H. Fox]]<br>
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==1969==
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[[John V. Albertella]]<br>
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[[Louise Gregg]]<br>
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[[Peter Maki]]<br>
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[[Shirley Howard]]<br>
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[[Steven Kraft]]<br>
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[[William Michael "Mike" Green]]<br>
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==1970==
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[[Bill Miller]]<br>
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[[Donald Dilworth]]<br>
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[[Joel Moline]]<br>
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[[Paul J Fisher]]<br>
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[[Terry Linkletter]]<br>
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==1990==
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[[Valorie C. Voigt]]<br>
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[[Vance Russell]]<br>
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==1991==
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[[Dana Blakeslee]]<br>
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[[Jeffrey Horton]]<br>
  
* General Clothing
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==1992==
* Shoes
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[[Beth Schira Dazell]]<br>
* Personal Hygiene and Toiletry Items
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[[Brooke Palmer]]<br>
* Kitchen
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[[Candace Stoughton]]<br>
* Miscellaneous
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[[John H. Kim]]<br>
* Things we shouldn’t have brought
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[[kimberly winter]]<br>
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[[Kyle Bohnenstiehl]]<br>
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[[Matthew J. Hayek]]<br>
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[[naomi gabriela schwartz]]<br>
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[[pam doan]]<br>
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[[Scott Merrick Campbell]]<br>
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==1993==
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[[Blake W Bratt]]<br>
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[[Chantel Campbell]]<br>
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[[Ken Cousins]]<br>
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[[Melissa Quimby]]<br>
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[[Miguel Eduardo Gomez/Pacheco]]<br>
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[[Sheila Broderick Martin]]<br>
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==1994==
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[[Eric Esparra]]<br>
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==1995==
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[[Aaron RIstow]]<br>
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[[Fred Werner]]<br>
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[[Mark Mobius]]<br>
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[[James "Jaime" Critchfield]]<br>
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[[jwseymour]]<br>
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[[Kipp Sutton]]<br>
  
==Peace Corps News==
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==1996==
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[[Cathy Reidy]]<br>
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[[Clinton Siegle]]<br>
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[[Greg Hobbs]]<br>
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[[Stephen Edwards]]<br>
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[[Megan Romberg]]<br>
  
Current events relating to Peace Corps are also available by [[News | country of service]] or [[News by state|your home state]]
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==1997==
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[[Kristy Lord]]<br>
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[[Lisa Thomson]]<br>
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[[Matt Sholler]]<br>
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[[Matthew Howard Thompson]]<br>
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[[Sean Nagle]]<br>
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[[Tim Hoye]]<br>
  
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==1998==
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[[Christopher E. Devers]]<br>
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[[Dan Senour]]<br>
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[[Debbie Zarnt]]<br>
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[[Jason Girard]]<br>
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[[Joseph P. Sanders]]<br>
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[[Kristian Morales]]<br>
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[[Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba]]<br>
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[[Stephanie Lynn Daza]]<br>
  
<br>'''[http://peacecorpsjournals.com PEACE CORPS JOURNALS]'''<br>''( As of {{CURRENTDAYNAME}} {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}} {{CURRENTDAY}}, {{CURRENTYEAR}} )''<rss title=off desc=off>http://peacecorpsjournals.com/rss/wa/blog/50.xml|charset=UTF-8|short|max=10</rss>
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==1999==
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[[daniel baker]]<br>
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[[Kate McPeek]]<br>
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[[Sally Love]]<br>
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[[Kim Glick]]<br>
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[[Vicki Tripolitis]]<br>
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[[Heather Green]]<br>
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[[Lisa Conforti]]<br>
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[[Angela Gadino]]<br>
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[[Cathy Fitzgerald]]<br>
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[[Jon Froyd]]<br>
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[[Misty Crowe]]<br>
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[[Marc Goodhue]]<br>
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[[Mitch S]]<br>
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[[Matt Heffron]]<br>
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[[Bob]]<br>
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[[Holly Cantillon]]<br>
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[[Slyvia]]<br>
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[[Ana Zambie]]<br>
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[[Angela Hogg]]<br>
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[[Rich Brickman]]<br>
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[[Nancy]]<br>
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[[V. Lagioia]]<br>
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[[Susan Weber]]<br>
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[[James Catto]]<br>
  
==Country Fund==
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==2000==
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[[Brian "Ian" Hofsteen]]<br>
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[[Erin Camarena]]<br>
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[[Kelly O'Neil]]<br>
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[[Kristina J. Owens]]<br>
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==2001==
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[[Nat Reynolds]]<br>
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==2002==
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[[kristin wolter]]<br>
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[[Michael Yadrick]]<br>
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[[Scott Richards]]<br>
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==2003==
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[[Michelle Pena]]<br>
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[[Robb Stangland]]<br>
  
Contributions to the [https://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=resources.donors.contribute.projDetail&projdesc=697-CFD Namibia Country Fund] will support Volunteer and community projects that will take place in Namibia. These projects include water and sanitation, agricultural development, and youth programs.
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==2004==
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[[margaret ann kosco]]<br>
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[[Justin Lovell]]<br>
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[[Alexis Siegel]]<br>
  
==See also==
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* [[List of resources for Namibia]]
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[[Luke Bourassa]]
* [[Volunteers who served in Namibia]]
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[[Cristobal Salvaje]]<br>
* [[Pre-Departure Checklist]]
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* [[Inspector General Reports]]
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==External links==
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==Source==
* [http://www.peacecorpsjournals.com/wa.html Peace Corps Journals - Namibia]
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[http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/4422.html Peace Corps Online] Directory of Bolivia RPCVs
  
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Dates Unknown

Taylor Hackford

1962

Kenneth Rustad
donald g bryan
Jon Roger Perry
Marjorie Nishek
Michael Hacker
Wayne Nishek
Nancy T. Sturdivant
Art Andres Jr.
Myrtis Becker
Ken Boice
Ben Brackin
Bill Brownell
Peter Burr
Norm Coble
Ed Dennison
Audrey Dewerff
Chuck Glass
Jim Herberger
Judy Herberger
Sharleen Hirschi
Paul Lofton
Peter Nieblas
Larry Oglesby
Vern Risty
Peter Roycraft
Don Rozell
Ken Rustad
Bill Schenk
Lounelle Selle
Eric Smith
Tom Stachelek
John Sykes
Orville Tenbrink
Rose Epps
Larry Wohlwend
George Wright
Mel Zielinski

1963

Earl Bahler
James M. Hooper
Nancy Keebler Bissell
Philip T. Hill
Henry Wilhelm

1964

Barbara Kempczinski
BOBBY EUGENE BURNS
Cara Linn Joe
Daryl Knox
David Paul Winkelmann
Joseph Rogers Dickinson, Jr.
marge Reifsnyder
William Dain

1965

Andrew D. Cohen
Frank Cremins
Frederick E. Wepprecht
James Douglas Beals
Keith G. Williams
Larry Stearns
Lorrain Giddings
Margaret Mimna Cummings
Mike Eskitch
Sabina Marie Dunton
Zoe Hellekson Rae

1966

Averill Strasser
Bruce B. Cohen
Douglas Charles Haring
James N. Parkinson
Jay C Vincent
John Michael Fogg
Ray Petty

1967

dan roque
David P. Dolson
Don Beck
Douglas Langan
Frank T. Darmiento
Jeff Fletcher
John S. Waterman
Paul M. Martin

1968

Bill Buzenberg
Fred Krieger
Kirk Harder
Michael H. Fox

1969

John V. Albertella
Louise Gregg
Peter Maki
Shirley Howard
Steven Kraft
William Michael "Mike" Green

1970

Bill Miller
Donald Dilworth
Joel Moline
Paul J Fisher
Terry Linkletter

1990

Valorie C. Voigt
Vance Russell

1991

Dana Blakeslee
Jeffrey Horton

1992

Beth Schira Dazell
Brooke Palmer
Candace Stoughton
John H. Kim
kimberly winter
Kyle Bohnenstiehl
Matthew J. Hayek
naomi gabriela schwartz
pam doan
Scott Merrick Campbell

1993

Blake W Bratt
Chantel Campbell
Ken Cousins
Melissa Quimby
Miguel Eduardo Gomez/Pacheco
Sheila Broderick Martin

1994

Eric Esparra

1995

Aaron RIstow
Fred Werner
Mark Mobius
James "Jaime" Critchfield
jwseymour
Kipp Sutton

1996

Cathy Reidy
Clinton Siegle
Greg Hobbs
Stephen Edwards
Megan Romberg

1997

Kristy Lord
Lisa Thomson
Matt Sholler
Matthew Howard Thompson
Sean Nagle
Tim Hoye

1998

Christopher E. Devers
Dan Senour
Debbie Zarnt
Jason Girard
Joseph P. Sanders
Kristian Morales
Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba
Stephanie Lynn Daza

1999

daniel baker
Kate McPeek
Sally Love
Kim Glick
Vicki Tripolitis
Heather Green
Lisa Conforti
Angela Gadino
Cathy Fitzgerald
Jon Froyd
Misty Crowe
Marc Goodhue
Mitch S
Matt Heffron
Bob
Holly Cantillon
Slyvia
Ana Zambie
Angela Hogg
Rich Brickman
Nancy
V. Lagioia
Susan Weber
James Catto

2000

Brian "Ian" Hofsteen
Erin Camarena
Kelly O'Neil
Kristina J. Owens

2001

Nat Reynolds

2002

kristin wolter
Michael Yadrick
Scott Richards

2003

Michelle Pena
Robb Stangland

2004

margaret ann kosco
Justin Lovell
Alexis Siegel

2006

Luke Bourassa Cristobal Salvaje

Source

Peace Corps Online Directory of Bolivia RPCVs