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|project=Haivoron Camp Big Bang
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|firstname= Harlan
|projecttype=PCPP
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|site=Haivoron
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|lastname= Green
|region=Kirovohrad
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|country= Turkey
|country=Ukraine
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|yearservicestarted= 1964
|firstname=R.
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|yearserviceended= 1966
|lastname=Seamster
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|site= Ismet Pasha Koyu
|state=Virginia
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|projectnumber=343-051
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|program= Other
|projectyear=2003
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|assignment01= Youth and Community Development
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|assignment02=Agriculture
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|editorname= Harlan Green
 
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In the summer of 2004, the future leaders of Ukraine will come together in an explosion of minds that will change their universe! Camp Big Bang, an overnight English-speaking camp for 110 eligible secondary school students, will run from the 9th to the 22nd of June in the town of Haivoron. One of the goals of this camp is to provide an English immersion experience for these students. They will spend a maximum amount of time interacting and speaking English with native speakers, both at lessons and during their free time. Secondly, the camp will give each child the opportunity to learn about an important issue that effects their life by attending a one-hour English lesson every day on that topic. They have a choice of topics including: HIV Education, Leadership, or Gender Issues. They will complete an 11-lesson course in their topic of choice and a final project that will educate others about the topic. The camp will also provide children a chance to relax and make new friends in an English-speaking environment. Partnership funds are needed to pay for camp activity supplies such as flip chart paper, markers, folders, pens, tape, scissors, and photocopy paper.
 
  
==Coffre-fort ignifuge et armoire forte anti-feu==
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== Description of Service ==
Pour la sécurité, un coffre fort pourrait s'avérer très utile
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Myself and female volunteer (Shelley) were placed in small western Turkish village of Ismet Pasha (800 pop.), in Eskisehir province 1964-66, in order to help it recover from stagnating economy.  It was dry-farming region so that winter wheat, oats, barley were staple crops, along with grazing livestock. surrounding villages were beginning to irrigate and grow sugar beets, so it was logical that irrigation water could be found, since this was at headwaters of major Turkish river (Sakarya).  My major projects were building first wash machine for women in adult-ed sheet metal course, raising chickens (broilers) for market, and organizing villagers to find and develop first irrigation water.
[http://www.infosafe.fr/Armoirefortedin/Armoirefortedin.htm armoire forte anti-feu]
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[http://www.coffre-fort-pro.com coffre-fort certifié]
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== Lessons Learned ==
[http://www.infosafe.fr coffre ignifuge]
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Peace Corps volunteers were in turkey from 1961-1971, until anti-Vietnam war sentiment forced us out.  PC's demise in turkey was also result of putting too many ill-prepared volunteers in the field at once, which alarmed very nationalistic Turkish public. There are still strong bonds between returned PC volunteers and Turkish counterparts. Many RPCVs return to turkey to revisit old sites, and several have become notable scholars--such as professor Heath Lowry at Princeton. I myself have led tour of 30 Santa Barbara, Californians on 12-day tour of turkey and revisited my village twice.
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== About Harlan Green Today ==
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I helped to found and was first president of Santa Barbara, California chapter of RPCVs--NPCA affiliation. Turkish service has helped me to better understand Islamic issues--particularly the many different sects within Islam, from fundamentalist countries (e.g., Saudi Arabia) to extremely tolerant (e.g. Turkey) and inclusive of other religions!
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== External Links ==
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== Publications based on Peace Corps Experience ==
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== References ==
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(For all information above)
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Description of Service

Myself and female volunteer (Shelley) were placed in small western Turkish village of Ismet Pasha (800 pop.), in Eskisehir province 1964-66, in order to help it recover from stagnating economy. It was dry-farming region so that winter wheat, oats, barley were staple crops, along with grazing livestock. surrounding villages were beginning to irrigate and grow sugar beets, so it was logical that irrigation water could be found, since this was at headwaters of major Turkish river (Sakarya). My major projects were building first wash machine for women in adult-ed sheet metal course, raising chickens (broilers) for market, and organizing villagers to find and develop first irrigation water.

Lessons Learned

Peace Corps volunteers were in turkey from 1961-1971, until anti-Vietnam war sentiment forced us out. PC's demise in turkey was also result of putting too many ill-prepared volunteers in the field at once, which alarmed very nationalistic Turkish public. There are still strong bonds between returned PC volunteers and Turkish counterparts. Many RPCVs return to turkey to revisit old sites, and several have become notable scholars--such as professor Heath Lowry at Princeton. I myself have led tour of 30 Santa Barbara, Californians on 12-day tour of turkey and revisited my village twice.

About Harlan Green Today

I helped to found and was first president of Santa Barbara, California chapter of RPCVs--NPCA affiliation. Turkish service has helped me to better understand Islamic issues--particularly the many different sects within Islam, from fundamentalist countries (e.g., Saudi Arabia) to extremely tolerant (e.g. Turkey) and inclusive of other religions!

External Links

Publications based on Peace Corps Experience

References

(For all information above)