Living conditions and volunteer lifestyles in Kazakhstan

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===Communications ===
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==1962==
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[[Earle Brooks]]<br>
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[[Rhoda Brooks]]<br>
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[[Diane Claerbout]]<br>
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[[Phyllis Greenberg Houseman]]<br>
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[[Stan Laser]]<br>
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[[Vera Alma Preston-Jaeger]]
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Computer, Internet, and E-mail Access
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==1963==
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[[James D. Cook]]<br>
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[[John Kostishack]]<br>
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[[Robert N. Mowbray]]<br>
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[[Noble R. Wiltshire Jr.]]
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While most Volunteers will have access to e-mail, it can be very slow, irregular, or simply unavailable at times. Do not expect to have e-mail access in your home or at your site; many Volunteers must travel to larger cities to access e-mail accounts. (Note that many Volunteers have difficulty receiving e-mails consistently when using Hotmail accounts. If you use Hotmail, please consider setting up an alternate e-mail address for use during your time in Kazakhstan.)
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==1964==
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[[Jack R. Amon]]<br>
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[[Ralph Archung]]<br>
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[[Terance O. Bott]]<br>
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[[Loren Finnell]]<br>
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[[Bernard J. Fisken]]<br>
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[[Ron Herrgesell]]<br>
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[[Richard L. Kelsey]]<br>
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[[Dennis H. Knight]]<br>
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[[Gary F. Richardson]]<br>
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[[Fran Ruddick]]<br>
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[[Kathleen Mossman Vitale]]<br>
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[[Paul Vitale]]<br>
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[[Thomas J. Wegs]]
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You may consider bringing your own laptop computer, modem, and e-mail software. Volunteers with computers are often able to connect to the Internet over their home phone line (assuming that they have a telephone in their home), though this is a costly and slow option. There are several computer outlets in Almaty and other cities, but U.S. computer warranties are not accepted in Kazakhstan. Some Volunteers also bring a small printer; if you bring one make sure to bring extra ink cartridges since they may not be available locally.  Some hotels in Kazakhstan provide fax services in their business centers for a fee. Telegrams can be easily sent and received from most post offices. You must pay for your own telegrams, faxes, and e-mail access.  
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==1965==
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[[John D. Erickson]]<br>
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[[John Fisher]]<br>
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[[Barbara Hunter Whitfill]]<br>
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[[Moritz Thomsen]]<br>
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[[Ronald Wallace Gould]]
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===Mail ===
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==1966==
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[[Karen Allison]]<br>
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[[Lewis R Applegate]]<br>
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[[Barbara (Bean) Browne]]<br>
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[[Hugh Graham]]<br>
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[[James Hoffman]]<br>
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[[Daryl E. Noll]]<br>
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[[Thomas E. Roberts]]<br>
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[[Kay Harshbarger Wetherwax]]
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Some letters from the United States may take two to six weeks to reach a Volunteer, while others may take three months or more. Some mail may simply not arrive. Current Volunteers have estimated that they receive approximately 90 percent of the mail that is sent from the United States. Some letters may arrive with clipped edges because postal workers have tried to see if any money was inside. Boxes and packages take about one to two months. You may have to pay a special handling charge to get your packages from a local post office.  All items may be opened and inspected by government officials. Occasionally, items have been missing from packages sent to Volunteers. Your friends and family should not mail expensive items to you. As a general rule, the smaller the package, the better. If you have a package sent overnight or sent by a company other than the USPS it may have to go through customs and you may have to pay a fee to get the package. Fees vary but can be up to $100 (U.S.). Generally, a letter takes three to four weeks to get back to the United States. However, the mail system here is not that efficient, and                            it is not unheard of for a letter to take three months. To mail a letter to the United States through the Kazakh system, you can buy pre-stamped envelopes at the post offices. Bring a supply of U.S. stamps to send letters back with people traveling to the United States.
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==1967==
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[[Philipp Auer]]<br>
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[[Ben Binder]]<br>
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[[Charles Browne]]<br>
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[[James Owen Collins]]<br>
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[[Hubert J. Dufner]]<br>
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[[Douglas L Gilbert]]<br>
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[[William D. Guzman]]<br>
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[[Regina Harrison (formerly Macdonald)]]<br>
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[[Alan Kurtz]]<br>
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[[Charles Senseman]]<br>
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[[Philip E. Tack]]<br>
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[[Greg Groppenbacher]]<br>
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[[Deidra Groppenbacher]]
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Despite the inevitable delays, we encourage you to write to your family and to number your letters. Family members will typically become worried when they do not hear from you, so please advise your parents, friends, and relatives that mail and e-mail access may be sporadic and not to worry if they do not receive your letters regularly. If a serious problem were to occur, Peace Corps/Kazakhstan would notify the Office of Special Services at the Peace Corps headquarters in Washington, D.C., and it would contact your family members immediately.  
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==1968==
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[[David J. Andrews]]<br>
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[[Chuck Creesy]]<br>
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[[Chuck Lippi]]<br>
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[[James P. McLaughlin]]<br>
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[[Larry Parrott]]<br>
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[[Jerry A. Payne]]<br>
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[[John Perkins]]<br>
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[[Paul Robillard]]
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Your address during training will be:
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==1969==
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[[Tim Bradley]]<br>
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[[John Schwager]]
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“Your name,” PCT
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==1970==
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[[Dennis C. Bangs]]<br>
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[[Vctor L Berthelsdorf]]<br>
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[[Don Dilworth]]<br>
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[[Bruce Horowitz]]<br>
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[[Terry Linkletter]]<br>
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[[Al Stevenson]]
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[[Bob McInnes]]
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Peace Corps
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==1971==
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[[Karen Ekelman]]<br>
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[[Linda Derks Elliott]]<br>
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[[Jacqueline M. Kerr]]<br>
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[[Lynn Phalen]]
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P.O. Box 257
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==1972==
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[[Jon Barkman]]<br>
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[[Howard Rhea Cole]]<br>
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[[Eugenia Dressel]]<br>
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[[Greg Hotchkin]]<br>
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[[Henry Tarke]]<br>
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[[Linda Tarke]]
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050022 Almaty
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==1973==
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[[Charles Llewellyn]]<br>
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[[Keith Jamtgaard]]<br>
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[[Peter O. Kircher]]<br>
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[[Jim Sheeren]]<br>
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[[Monica Lyons Torres]]
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Kazakhstan
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==1974==
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[[Barbara Lehman von Behren]]<br>
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[[Carol Sivits Molina]]<br>
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[[Fay Behrens]]<br>
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[[Paul Warpeha]]<br>
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[[Ralph Blessing]]
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==1975==
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[[Ronald Rivera]]<br>
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[[Sharon Elliott]]<br>
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[[Marc Anthony Mahoney]]<br>
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[[Bruce M Froseth]]<br>
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[[Daniel O. Emmons]]<br>
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[[Kent Lupberger]]
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Joseph Rizzari
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Once you become a Volunteer and are at your site, you should have your mail sent directly to your new address rather than to the Peace Corps Office.
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==1976==
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[[Gary B. Dobbas]]<br>
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[[O. Rickey Harris]]<br>
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[[Richard A. Rogers]]<br>
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[[Sarah Gunter Canez]]<br>
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[[Joanne Logan]]<br>
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===Telephones ===
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==1977==
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[[D. Phil Turnipseed]]<br>
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[[Dave Schweidenback]]<br>
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[[Donald Kelly]]<br>
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[[Philip Hernick]]<br>
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[[Richard G. Bryant]]<br>
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Long-distance communication via telephone is available but expensive (the equivalent of $1.50 to $6.00 per minute depending on location). If you are calling from outside Almaty, it may take a very long time to get a line; telephone calls to the United States are usually made through an international operator, and it can take anywhere from half an hour to three hours or longer to get through. Long-distance calls within the country can be made either by dialing a special code or through an inter-city operator. You can order a call to the United States from a home telephone or from an international post office. In some sites it is very difficult, if not impossible, to call the United States. You often must go to the international post office to place the call. In Kazakhstan “smart cards” are extensively used in pay telephones. Cards must be purchased in Kazakhstan; cards purchased in the U.S. or Europe will not work. American telephone calling cards (such as AT&T) can be used in Kazakhstan by calling an access number. If you plan to make international calls, you should establish an international account with AT&T, MCI, Sprint, or another provider before you leave home.  Some Volunteers choose to purchase cellphones at their own expense once in country. Due to the cost of calls, text messaging is extensively used among Volunteers.
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==Omnibus 26 (1978)==
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[[Marie Connell]]<br>
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[[Billy O'Keefe]]<br>
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Patty Hubbuch Bailey
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===Site Location ===
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==Omnibus 27 (1978)==
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[[John Alexander]]<br>
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Volunteer sites are selected by the Peace Corps staff in Kazakhstan, with the approval of the country director.  
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==Omnibus unknown (1978)==
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[[John C. Abramowicz]]<br>
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[[Marie Olson Meadows]]<br>
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Volunteers are posted in sites upon the request of a
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==Omnibus 31 (1979)==
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[[Amanda Tolles]]<br>
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[[Keith Pervatt]]<br>
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[[Wilson Ring]]<br>
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Kazakhstani agency and where the need for Volunteer services has been established. It is impossible to say where Volunteers will be posted before they arrive in Kazakhstan. The staff matches Volunteer skills with the needs of the site. You should remain flexible about the type and location of the job you will have during your service.  
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==Omnibus 34 (1980)==
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[[Allan J. "Alonzo" Wind]]<br>
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[[Bo (Lenny) Ljungholm]]<br>
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[[Bryndis Andrade]]<br>
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[[Cheryl Webb]]<br>
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[[Douglas C Keck]]<br>
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[[Kathleen Busken Gorman]]<br>
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[[Wendell Blubaum]]<br>
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===Housing ===
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==1981==
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[[Brian Bennett]]<br>
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[[Brian T. Micke]]<br>
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[[Deborah Wilson Hopkins]]<br>
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[[Jeffrey D. Dunlap]]<br>
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[[Jimmy A. Rankin]]<br>
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[[John Preissing]]<br>
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You will live with a host family for the first four months of your service in addition to staying with a host family during pre-service training. Depending on your site placement, you may continue to live with a host family or move to a dorm or apartment. There are many sites in smaller communities where independent living is not an option, so some Volunteers will stay with families for the duration of their service. If you feel you cannot live with a host family for this period of time, you should consider carefully whether you wish to accept this assignment in Kazakhstan.  
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==Omnibus 36 (1981)==
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[[Peter R. Brunette]]<br>
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There are many benefits to staying with a host family, including companionship upon arrival at site, faster acquisition of the local language, and improved integration into the local community. Aspects of host-family living that Volunteers may find challenging include the lack of privacy and independence and eating local cuisine. Volunteers are not allowed to supplement their living allowance to live in an accommodation above the level acceptable for a Volunteer.
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==Omnibus 37 (1981)==
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[[Richard Boren]]<br>
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[[Isabella Molloy Polillo]]
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Mike Taylor
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===Living Allowance and Money Management ===
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==1982==
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[[Alan Ragins]]<br>
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[[Conan E. Peisen]]<br>
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[[Karen Uhrig]]<br>
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[[Steve Gilchrist]]<br>
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[[Edwin Ramon Hiel]]<br>
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As a Volunteer in Kazakhstan, you will receive four types of allowances: Living, vacation, settling-in, and monthly travel.
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==Omnibus 39 (1982)==
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[[Carol Maddox]]<br>
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[[Conan Eric Peisen]]<br>
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[[Richard Capitanio]]<br>
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[[Juanita Mackenzie]]<br>
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[[Sean Bradley]]<br>
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[[Christopher Clarke]]<br>
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[[Tim Fuller]]<br>
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[[Kenneth Wolf Hasson]]<br>
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The living allowance covers basic living expenses. The allowance is for food, rent, utilities, household supplies, clothing, recreation and entertainment, transportation, local reading materials, and other incidentals. The amount is reviewed once a year through a market survey to ensure that it is adequate. Presently the living allowance in Kazakhstan is paid in the local currency, tenge, not U.S. dollars, and ranges from the equivalent of $180 to $450, depending on your site.  The current exchange rate is approximately one U.S. dollar to 128 tenge. The living allowance is paid every month directly to Volunteers via electronic funds transfer to the Volunteers’ Kazakhstan bank accounts, which can be accessed by their ATM cards at most places in the country.
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==Omnibus 40 (1982)==
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[[Alan Lovejoy]]<br>
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[[Anne Quinlan Coloma]]<br>
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A vacation allowance, equivalent to $24 per month, is added to your living allowance each month. A one-time settling-in allowance of $200 and paid in local currency is given to buy basic household items when you move to your site. Volunteers also receive a monthly travel allowance, which is intended to cover all Volunteer travel in-country other than travel mandated by the Peace Corps.
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==1983==
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[[Forrest D Corson]]<br>
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[[Sean McGuckin]]<br>
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Most Volunteers find that they can live comfortably in Kazakhstan with these four allowances, although many Volunteers bring money (in cash or traveler’s checks) for out-of-country travel. All Volunteers are strongly discouraged from supplementing their income for daily living with money brought from home. The living allowance is adequate, and Volunteers should be living at the economic equivalent of their neighbors and colleagues. If you bring cash, the bills should be new and without any written marks, creases, or tears. Only dollars in very good condition will be exchanged in Kazakhstan, as banks only want bills in good condition.
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==Omnibus 43 (1983)==
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[[Tom Cobb]]<br>
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Credit cards can be used in several establishments in Almaty and in a few stores in the larger cities, but they are most useful during vacations and travel out of the country.
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==1984==
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[[Marina Grasso Sinyard]]<br>
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Traveler’s checks can be cashed for a 2 percent to 3 percent fee at most large banks. There are a few retail places in Kazakhstan where they can be used. American bank debit cards can be used in a growing number of cities in Kazakhstan.
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==1985==
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[[Dennis Sibilia-Young]]<br>
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[[Susan Butler-Graham]]<br>
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===Food and Diet ===
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==Omnibus 49 (1985)==
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[[David Trevor Wright]]<br>
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[[Scott Mann]]<br>
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A variety of food is available in Kazakhstan in the summer, although there are fewer choices available in the winter. Each town has a green bazaar (similar to a farmer’s market in the United States) and small food stores. At the green bazaar, you can find—when in season—fresh tomatoes, potatoes, beets, carrots, squash, radishes, pumpkin, cucumbers, onions, cabbage, melons, oranges, grapes, bananas, pears, pomegranates, and apples. Garlic, fresh dill, and basil are generally available; however, spices tend to be somewhat sporadic from site to site. Pack your favorite spices! Markets usually have chicken, cow, sheep, goat, pig, and horse meat.  Horse meat is the Kazakh national favorite. Pork is forbidden by Islam, but is popular with Russians and other non-Kazakh ethnic groups (and to Kazakhs who do not adhere to these Islamic tenants). Dairy products include milk (from cow, horse, or camel), butter, cheese, cottage cheese, and sour cream. Stores usually carry staples such as rice, barley, buckwheat, millet, spaghetti, pasta, vermicelli, flour, sugar, salt, juice, sausage, butter, cheese, yogurt, eggs, meat, and chicken, though supplies may be sporadic. The bread stores carry a variety of breads. Bread is a part of every meal here.  There tends to be a lack of green vegetables, however.
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==1986==
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[[Richard Stanley]]<br>
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To Americans, mealtime should be a time of relaxation, but in a strange country mealtime may be a perpetually unsettling challenge. The available food may not only be strange in type and appearance, but it may be unpalatable and even unhealthy from an American perspective. Meals in Kazakhstan are meat-based and fairly normal according to American standards, although without as much diversity as American meals. Eating is a significant social function and is a way to develop your working relationships and friendships. You may feel obligated to demonstrate your friendliness and willingness to accept local customs by eating food that you do not want. Sometimes you may not be able to refuse the food without offending your host.  Your decision in each case will be the result of a fine balancing of many factors: the requirements of courtesy, the limits of your own tolerance to unaccustomed foods, and realistic concerns for your health. This will take time, and until you get comfortable in making such decisions, it will be a strain.
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==Omnibus 52 (1986)==
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[[Griselle Santos]]<br>
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[[Tamie Mophew]]<br>
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There are very few vegetarians in Kazakhstan. There may be issues for vegetarian Volunteers, whether strict or not, in most parts of the country. Kazakhstan is a meat-eating culture, and school cafeterias, business lunches, and special dinners will all feature meat. Vegetarian Volunteers will have to overcome these obstacles and face limited food choices at times.
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==1987==
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[[Elizabeth Pisculli]]<br>
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[[Julie Schwantes Boman]]<br>
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[[Keith Loch]]<br>
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===Transportation ===
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==Omnibus 53 (1987)==
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[[Diana Belle Dreyer]]<br>
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[[Nora Dean]]<br>
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Transportation within Kazakhstan is primarily by trains, buses, micro-vans, or private taxis. When traveling long distances, it is usually necessary to book tickets on the national railway service. This can be done either at the local train station or at specialized kiosks that provide train tickets and information.  Train transport is available in three classes: Luxury-kupee, kupee, and platszcart. Most Volunteers purchase the four-person sleeper car kupee-class ticket. When on the train, it is common for the police to ask for your passport and other documents.  
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==Omnibus 55 (1987)==
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[[Kenneth W. Gonzales]]<br>
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Short distances between adjacent cities and within cities can be traveled by public bus. The fare for buses varies by location but is usually between 40 to 60 tenge. Private taxi may also be hired when traveling within a city. Prices for taxis vary widely, with taxis in Almaty costing 400 to 1,000 tenge for cross town rides to 60 tenge within smaller towns and villages.
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==1988==
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[[Becky Moline Redding]]<br>
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[[Carol Tumaylle]]<br>
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[[John David Forgey]]<br>
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[[Lisa Johnston]]<br>
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[[Susan Bullock]]<br>
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===Social Activities ===
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==1989==
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[[Lisa Dembouski]]<br>
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[[William Louis Francisco]]<br>
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[[Robert Trussell]]<br>
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[[Carrie Raynor Trussell]]<br>
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In some cities in Kazakhstan, you may go to a concert, theater performance, bowling alley, circus performance, a movie, museums, saunas, or local cafés. There may be a few interesting restaurants. English movies are dubbed into Russian. Chess is a national pastime. Ice-skating and snow skiing are available outside of Almaty; you can rent skates and skis there. Soccer is extremely popular, and in the rural districts, horse riding and hunting are also very popular.  You will have to create much of your own entertainment, especially during winter or in villages.
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==Omnibus 59 (1989)==
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[[Joe Hostler]]<br>
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[[Ken Luetkemeyer]]<br>
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[[Nancy Carolyn Brown]]<br>
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[[John Kolbe]]<br>
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[[Sharon Yablon]]<br>
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[[Robert Trussell]]<br>
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===Professionalism, Dress, and Behavior ===
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==Omnibus 61 (1989)==
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[[Virginia Boylan]]<br>
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[[Carrie Raynor Trussell]]<br>
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One of the difficulties of finding your place as a Peace Corps Volunteer is fitting into the local culture while maintaining your own cultural identity and acting like a professional—all at the same time. You will be working as a professional and are expected to dress and behave accordingly.
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==1990==
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[[Christine Martin]]<br>
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While some of your counterparts may dress in seemingly worn clothes, this will be due to economics rather than choice. The likelihood is that they are wearing their “best.” A foreigner in Kazakhstan wearing ragged, unmended clothing is more likely to be considered an affront than someone trying to “get closer to the people.” In Kazakhstan, people take pride in dressing well. Kazakhstani women are very fashion conscious, although the clothing available in Kazakhstan may be of lower quality and is often expensive.  
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==Omnibus 63 (1990-1992)==
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[[Lawrence Jay Cevelo Jr.]]<br>
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[[Dahna Taylor]]<br>
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[[Bob Berninger]]<br>
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[[Maribeth Milkowski]]<br>
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[[Eugene Martin]]<br>
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Professional dress, especially in a business setting, is more formal than in Silicon Valley in the United States. For men, it is appropriate to wear a shirt, tie, and slacks to work, or perhaps a suit—definitely not jeans. Women usually wear skirts with shirts/blouses or sweaters or dresses. Both men and women should bring one or two sport jackets or blazers.  Women can and do wear high-heeled shoes. Keep in mind, though, that you will be doing a lot of walking. Generally, Kazakhstani women wear dress boots to work in the winter and pumps and open-toed dress shoes in summer. Hiking boots at work are not acceptable. You may want to bring one suit or dressy outfit, but dry cleaning is not available in many places. Nice jeans and shorts are appropriate for casual wear and shorts are becoming more common among adults in major cities. The “grunge” look is never appropriate.  
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==1991==
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[[Diane Lindsay]]<br>
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[[Evan A. Kitahara]]<br>
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[[Michael A. Wong]]<br>
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[[Victoria Imerman]]<br>
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Overall, your clothing and shoes should be comfortable and warm. Many schools and offices are not adequately heated in the winter. Bring warm professional clothes! You should dress conservatively. Although local women wear miniskirts in the summer, you will get additional unwanted attention wearing this type of attire.
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==Omnibus 65 (1991)==
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[[Douglas Claycomb]]<br>
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[[Jacinth Taylor]]<br>
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[[Joel Hanson]]<br>
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[[Yvonne Hanson]]<br>
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Toasting and drinking alcoholic beverages (primarily vodka) is part of the local culture in Kazakhstan and many Volunteers experience pressure to drink more than they desire or are accustomed to. Unfortunately, excessive drinking on the part of Volunteers has resulted in a number of alcohol-related incidents impacting both Peace Corps’ reputation and the safety of Volunteers in Kazakhstan. As a result, Peace Corps/Kazakhstan has implemented an alcohol use policy. It has been included below so that you will an opportunity to review this information in advance of making a decision to serve in Kazakhstan.
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==1992==
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[[Caryl Alarcon]]<br>
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[[Jennifer Lange Schneider]]<br>
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[[Joel Banken]]<br>
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[[Kelly McBride]]<br>
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Volunteers/trainees serve 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and at all times are representing the Peace Corps and the United States. Kazakhstani culture can encourage use of alcohol in social situations; however, it discourages drunkenness and losing control of oneself.  
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==Omnibus 67 (1992)==
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[[Andrew Swift]]<br>
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[[David T. Hughes]]<br>
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[[Steven Edward Sesnie]]<br>
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[[Wendy McIntire-Cowx]]<br>
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Drinking excessively can result in behavior that is inappropriate and damages the reputation of all hard-working, committed Peace Corps Volunteers who have served and will serve in Kazakhstan. In addition, Volunteers/trainees compromise their personal safety when under the influence of alcohol. All allegations of alcohol misconduct will be investigated beginning with a discussion with the Volunteer/ trainee concerned.
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==Omnibus 68 (1992)==
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[[Heidi Hayes]]<br>
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[[Mona Treinies (now Dodd)]]<br>
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[[Romel Lacson]]<br>
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Drunkenness and lewd, offensive behavior resulting from alcohol consumption are not allowed and will result in one of the following disciplinary actions:
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==1993==
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[[Marie Skertic]]<br>
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* Alcohol Contract. An official alcohol contract that will either prohibit or limit a Volunteer/trainee’s alcohol consumption may be instituted for the duration of service. The Volunteer/trainee, country director, and Peace Corps medical officer will sign the alcohol contract and a violation of the contract may result in the initiation of administrative separation procedures.
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==Omnibus 69 (1992/1993)==
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* Administrative Separation. Violations of this policy that diminish a Volunteer’s effectiveness or adversely impact the Peace Corps’ program in Kazakhstan will result in the initiation of administrative separation procedures.
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[[Ellen Gagen]]<br>
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[[Carol Loveless]]<br>
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[[Carrie Caballero-Birchler]]<br>
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[[Lori Webber]]<br>
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===Personal Safety ===
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==Omnibus 70 (arrived 1992/1993)==
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[[James Fowler]]<br>
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[[Juan Carlos Velasquez]]<br>
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More information about the Peace Corps’ approach to safety is outlined in the Health Care and Safety chapter, but it is an important issue and cannot be overemphasized. As stated in the Volunteer Handbook, becoming a Peace Corps Volunteer entails certain safety risks. Living and traveling in an unfamiliar environment (often alone), having a limited understanding of local language and culture, and being perceived as well-off are some of the factors that can put a Volunteer at risk. Many Volunteers experience varying degrees of unwanted attention and harassment. Petty thefts and burglaries are not uncommon, and incidents of physical and sexual assault do occur, although most Volunteers complete their two years of service without personal safety problems.  The Peace Corps has established procedures and policies designed to help Volunteers reduce their risks and enhance their safety and security. These procedures and policies, in addition to safety training, will be provided once you arrive.
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==1994==
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[[Deric William Keltner]]<br>
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[[Dustin Wharton]]<br>
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[[George Wohanka]]<br>
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[[Helen Geotina]]<br>
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[[Robert Quance]]<br>
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[[Troy Crowe]]<br>
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As solid as our emergency plans and training are, Volunteers are ultimately responsible for their own safety and MUST take every reasonable precaution to ensure it. Every friendship you cultivate, every decision you make—traveling away from site; staying out late; drinking; becoming involved in personal, intimate relationships—will impact your personal safety.  Thoughtful decision-making, preparedness, awareness, and vigilance will all help reduce the possibility of crimes against you.
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==Omnibus 71 (1994)==
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[[Heather Askey]]<br>
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[[Jill DeTemple]]<br>
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[[Karin Chamberlain]]<br>
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[[Ines Rutkovskis]]<br>
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[[Thomas Harris]]<br>
 +
[[Toya Simmons]]<br>
 +
[[Leila Stockwell]]<br>
 +
[[Debbie Sharp]]<br>
 +
[[James Thimgan]]<br>
 +
[[John Clark]]<br>
-
===Rewards and Frustrations ===
+
==Omnibus 72 (arrived August 1994)==
 +
[[Karl Banks]]<br>
 +
[[Gail Zemmol]]<br>
 +
[[Mark Stillman]]<br>
 +
[[Kelly Rahn]]<br>
 +
[[Jodi Hammer]]<br>
 +
[[Mark Blaha]]<br>
 +
[[Karen Edwards]]<br>
 +
[[Andrew Reitz]]<br>
 +
[[Jason Jex]]<br>
 +
[[Gene Martin]]<br>
 +
[[Shaila Reidhead]]<br>
 +
[[Martha Overby]]<br>
 +
[[Melissa Mitchell]]<br>
 +
[[Bryan Kemp]]<br>
 +
[[Dwight Wilder]] <br>
 +
[[Shelly Nicholson]]<br>
 +
[[Lisa Flores]]<br>
 +
[[Cindy Chin]]<br>
 +
[[Tricia Culverhouse]]<br>
 +
[[Donna Lawlor]]<br>
 +
[[Corrine Manning]]<br>
 +
[[Rich Olson]]<br>
 +
[[Pam Leamons]]<br>
 +
[[Kirk Leamons]]<br>
 +
[[Wendy Pearce]]<br>
 +
[[Heidi Hoffman]]<br>
 +
[[Caroline Sheilds]]<br>
 +
[[Jason Jex]]<br>
 +
[[Tara Duffy]]<br>
 +
[[Teri Pyle]]<br>
 +
[[Nancy Ackley]]<br>
 +
[[Bill Ackley]]<br>
 +
[[Tara Racine]]<br>
 +
[[Tom Brown]]<br>
 +
[[Kelly Wicker]]<br>
 +
[[Robyn Rodgers]]<br>
 +
[[Kye]]<br>
 +
[[Crystal Reul]]<br>
 +
[[Pete Fontaine]]<br>
 +
[[Ceri Dierst-Davies]]<br>
 +
[[George Walker]]<br>
 +
[[Shelby Smith]]<br>
 +
[[Jodi Hammer]]<br>
 +
[[Dipak Kshitriya]]<br>
 +
[[Eric Cosgrove]]<br>
 +
[[Nicole Dino]]<br>
-
Although the potential for job satisfaction is quite high, like all Volunteers you will encounter numerous frustrations. Due to financial or other challenges, collaborating agencies do not always provide the support promised. The pace of work and life is slower than what most Americans are accustomed to, and many people are hesitant to change practices and traditions that are centuries old. For these reasons, the Peace Corps experience is often described as a series of emotional peaks and valleys that occur throughout your service. You will need to demonstrate self-motivation, resourcefulness, and initiative in your work—perhaps more than in any other job you have had or will ever experience. Often you will find yourself in situations that require an ability to motivate yourself and your counterparts with little guidance from supervisors. You may work for months without seeing a visible impact and without receiving feed-back on your work.  Development is a slow process. Positive progress is often seen only after the combined efforts of several Volunteers and over the course of many years. You must possess the self-confidence, patience, and vision to continue working toward long-term goals without seeing immediate results.
+
==1995==
 +
[[Meredith Ellen Gaffney]]<br>
 +
[[Tresa Megenity]]<br>
-
In many aspects of daily life, you may feel pulled in opposite directions between your accustomed life and that of your hosts. At times, life may seem a series of minor nagging frustrations. Such frustrations can accumulate, and you may come through a long struggling day feeling exhilarated and happy with your achievements and yet become angry because you have to wipe your mouth on your hand for want of a paper napkin.
+
==Omnibus 73 (1995)==
 +
[[Bennett Scott Shouse]]<br>
 +
[[Greg Zweber]]<br>
 +
[[Stacy Long Sesnie]]<br>
 +
[[Terry Ruthrauff]]<br>
 +
[[Kristen Willie]]<br>
-
To approach and overcome these difficulties, you will need maturity, flexibility, and open-mindedness. Judging by the experience of former Volunteers, the peaks are well worth the difficult times, and most Volunteers leave Kazakhstan feeling that they have gained much more than they have sacrificed during their service. If you are able to make the commitment to integrate into your community and work hard, you will be a successful Volunteer.
+
==Omnibus 74 (1994/1995)==
 +
[[Stephen Green]]<br>
 +
[[Melinda Miffitt]]<br>
-
[[Category:Kazakhstan]]
+
==1996==
 +
[[Cynthia C. Lovato]]<br>
 +
[[Doug Bisson-Ellefson]]<br>
 +
[[John Doe]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 75 (1996)==
 +
[[Eric Schultz]]<br>
 +
[[Lisa Poley]]<br>
 +
[[Matt Mercer]]<br>
 +
[[Peter John Walter]]<br>
 +
[[Sean D'Souza]]<br>
 +
[[Stephen A. Church]]<br>
 +
 
 +
[[Gregg Smith]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 76 (1996)==
 +
[[Asya Zaraysky]]<br>
 +
[[Daniel Randolph]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 77 (1997)==
 +
[[Andrea Lloyd]]<br>
 +
[[Andy Perleberg]]<br>
 +
[[Ben Bellows]]<br>
 +
[[Cindy Smith]]<br>
 +
[[Jennifer Whitson]]<br>
 +
[[Joshua Busby]]<br>
 +
[[Larry Clement]]<br>
 +
[[Lurleen Mccormick]]<br>
 +
[[Nathan Brown]]<br>
 +
[[Sara Bisson-Ellefson]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 78 (1997)==
 +
[[Laurel Zaks]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==1998==
 +
[[Dawn Goodwin]]<br>
 +
[[Eric Gutierrez]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 79 (1998)==
 +
[[Clara Woodmansee]]<br>
 +
[[Laura Bird]]<br>
 +
[[Matthew Paterakis]]<br>
 +
[[Robert Collins]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 80 (1998)==
 +
[[Elizabeth Fritz]]<br>
 +
[[Gamal Dillard]]<br>
 +
[[Jennifer Tabola]]<br>
 +
[[Juli Gribus]]<br>
 +
[[Monica Wilke]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 81 (1998/1999)==
 +
[[Maj Britt Karin Baker]]<br>
 +
[[Brian Randolph Baker]]<br>
 +
[[Jean Chu]]<br>
 +
[[Jessica Hardesty]]<br>
 +
[[June Ginther]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 82 (1999)==
 +
[[Stephanie Palau]]<br>
 +
[[Ariela Rosenstein]]<br>
 +
[[Christopher Hawley]]<br>
 +
[[Daniel Edward Hall]]<br>
 +
[[Maryann Nolan]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 83 (2000)==
 +
[[Amy Kloner]]<br>
 +
[[Ingrid Shea]]<br>
 +
[[Mark Shea]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 84 (2000)==
 +
[[Jill Manske de Azocar]]<br>
 +
[[Laura Wilson]]<br>
 +
[[Mark Preston]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 85 (2001)==
 +
[[Laura Fleischer Proano]]<br>
 +
[[Stephen Louis Krasner]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 86 (2001)==
 +
[[Briana Corso]]<br>
 +
[[Jocelyn Getgen]]<br>
 +
[[Sheila Mahony]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 87 (2002)==
 +
[[Carl Dean]]<br>
 +
[[Matthew "Mateo" Stephenson]]<br>
 +
[[Robert Coronado]]<br>
 +
[[Jonathan Haskett]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==2004==
 +
[[Rachel Weisgerber]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 93 (2005)==
 +
[[John Parker]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 94 (2005)==
 +
[[Zachary Smith]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==Omnibus 95 (2006)==
 +
[[Miles Masci]]<br>
 +
 
 +
==External links==
 +
[http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/4497.html Peace Corps Online RPCV Directory for Ecuador]<br>
 +
[http://www.peacecorpswriters.org/pages/depts/resources/country.html Peace Corps Volunteer writers by country]<br>
 +
{{who served in|Ecuador}}

Revision as of 20:35, 17 November 2013


Contents

1962

Earle Brooks
Rhoda Brooks
Diane Claerbout
Phyllis Greenberg Houseman
Stan Laser
Vera Alma Preston-Jaeger

1963

James D. Cook
John Kostishack
Robert N. Mowbray
Noble R. Wiltshire Jr.

1964

Jack R. Amon
Ralph Archung
Terance O. Bott
Loren Finnell
Bernard J. Fisken
Ron Herrgesell
Richard L. Kelsey
Dennis H. Knight
Gary F. Richardson
Fran Ruddick
Kathleen Mossman Vitale
Paul Vitale
Thomas J. Wegs

1965

John D. Erickson
John Fisher
Barbara Hunter Whitfill
Moritz Thomsen
Ronald Wallace Gould

1966

Karen Allison
Lewis R Applegate
Barbara (Bean) Browne
Hugh Graham
James Hoffman
Daryl E. Noll
Thomas E. Roberts
Kay Harshbarger Wetherwax

1967

Philipp Auer
Ben Binder
Charles Browne
James Owen Collins
Hubert J. Dufner
Douglas L Gilbert
William D. Guzman
Regina Harrison (formerly Macdonald)
Alan Kurtz
Charles Senseman
Philip E. Tack
Greg Groppenbacher
Deidra Groppenbacher

1968

David J. Andrews
Chuck Creesy
Chuck Lippi
James P. McLaughlin
Larry Parrott
Jerry A. Payne
John Perkins
Paul Robillard

1969

Tim Bradley
John Schwager

1970

Dennis C. Bangs
Vctor L Berthelsdorf
Don Dilworth
Bruce Horowitz
Terry Linkletter
Al Stevenson Bob McInnes

1971

Karen Ekelman
Linda Derks Elliott
Jacqueline M. Kerr
Lynn Phalen

1972

Jon Barkman
Howard Rhea Cole
Eugenia Dressel
Greg Hotchkin
Henry Tarke
Linda Tarke

1973

Charles Llewellyn
Keith Jamtgaard
Peter O. Kircher
Jim Sheeren
Monica Lyons Torres

1974

Barbara Lehman von Behren
Carol Sivits Molina
Fay Behrens
Paul Warpeha
Ralph Blessing

1975

Ronald Rivera
Sharon Elliott
Marc Anthony Mahoney
Bruce M Froseth
Daniel O. Emmons
Kent Lupberger Joseph Rizzari

1976

Gary B. Dobbas
O. Rickey Harris
Richard A. Rogers
Sarah Gunter Canez
Joanne Logan

1977

D. Phil Turnipseed
Dave Schweidenback
Donald Kelly
Philip Hernick
Richard G. Bryant

Omnibus 26 (1978)

Marie Connell
Billy O'Keefe
Patty Hubbuch Bailey

Omnibus 27 (1978)

John Alexander

Omnibus unknown (1978)

John C. Abramowicz
Marie Olson Meadows

Omnibus 31 (1979)

Amanda Tolles
Keith Pervatt
Wilson Ring

Omnibus 34 (1980)

Allan J. "Alonzo" Wind
Bo (Lenny) Ljungholm
Bryndis Andrade
Cheryl Webb
Douglas C Keck
Kathleen Busken Gorman
Wendell Blubaum

1981

Brian Bennett
Brian T. Micke
Deborah Wilson Hopkins
Jeffrey D. Dunlap
Jimmy A. Rankin
John Preissing

Omnibus 36 (1981)

Peter R. Brunette

Omnibus 37 (1981)

Richard Boren
Isabella Molloy Polillo Mike Taylor

1982

Alan Ragins
Conan E. Peisen
Karen Uhrig
Steve Gilchrist
Edwin Ramon Hiel

Omnibus 39 (1982)

Carol Maddox
Conan Eric Peisen
Richard Capitanio
Juanita Mackenzie
Sean Bradley
Christopher Clarke
Tim Fuller
Kenneth Wolf Hasson

Omnibus 40 (1982)

Alan Lovejoy
Anne Quinlan Coloma

1983

Forrest D Corson
Sean McGuckin

Omnibus 43 (1983)

Tom Cobb

1984

Marina Grasso Sinyard

1985

Dennis Sibilia-Young
Susan Butler-Graham

Omnibus 49 (1985)

David Trevor Wright
Scott Mann

1986

Richard Stanley

Omnibus 52 (1986)

Griselle Santos
Tamie Mophew

1987

Elizabeth Pisculli
Julie Schwantes Boman
Keith Loch

Omnibus 53 (1987)

Diana Belle Dreyer
Nora Dean

Omnibus 55 (1987)

Kenneth W. Gonzales

1988

Becky Moline Redding
Carol Tumaylle
John David Forgey
Lisa Johnston
Susan Bullock

1989

Lisa Dembouski
William Louis Francisco
Robert Trussell
Carrie Raynor Trussell

Omnibus 59 (1989)

Joe Hostler
Ken Luetkemeyer
Nancy Carolyn Brown
John Kolbe
Sharon Yablon
Robert Trussell

Omnibus 61 (1989)

Virginia Boylan
Carrie Raynor Trussell

1990

Christine Martin

Omnibus 63 (1990-1992)

Lawrence Jay Cevelo Jr.
Dahna Taylor
Bob Berninger
Maribeth Milkowski
Eugene Martin

1991

Diane Lindsay
Evan A. Kitahara
Michael A. Wong
Victoria Imerman

Omnibus 65 (1991)

Douglas Claycomb
Jacinth Taylor
Joel Hanson
Yvonne Hanson

1992

Caryl Alarcon
Jennifer Lange Schneider
Joel Banken
Kelly McBride

Omnibus 67 (1992)

Andrew Swift
David T. Hughes
Steven Edward Sesnie
Wendy McIntire-Cowx

Omnibus 68 (1992)

Heidi Hayes
Mona Treinies (now Dodd)
Romel Lacson

1993

Marie Skertic

Omnibus 69 (1992/1993)

Ellen Gagen
Carol Loveless
Carrie Caballero-Birchler
Lori Webber

Omnibus 70 (arrived 1992/1993)

James Fowler
Juan Carlos Velasquez

1994

Deric William Keltner
Dustin Wharton
George Wohanka
Helen Geotina
Robert Quance
Troy Crowe

Omnibus 71 (1994)

Heather Askey
Jill DeTemple
Karin Chamberlain
Ines Rutkovskis
Thomas Harris
Toya Simmons
Leila Stockwell
Debbie Sharp
James Thimgan
John Clark

Omnibus 72 (arrived August 1994)

Karl Banks
Gail Zemmol
Mark Stillman
Kelly Rahn
Jodi Hammer
Mark Blaha
Karen Edwards
Andrew Reitz
Jason Jex
Gene Martin
Shaila Reidhead
Martha Overby
Melissa Mitchell
Bryan Kemp
Dwight Wilder
Shelly Nicholson
Lisa Flores
Cindy Chin
Tricia Culverhouse
Donna Lawlor
Corrine Manning
Rich Olson
Pam Leamons
Kirk Leamons
Wendy Pearce
Heidi Hoffman
Caroline Sheilds
Jason Jex
Tara Duffy
Teri Pyle
Nancy Ackley
Bill Ackley
Tara Racine
Tom Brown
Kelly Wicker
Robyn Rodgers
Kye
Crystal Reul
Pete Fontaine
Ceri Dierst-Davies
George Walker
Shelby Smith
Jodi Hammer
Dipak Kshitriya
Eric Cosgrove
Nicole Dino

1995

Meredith Ellen Gaffney
Tresa Megenity

Omnibus 73 (1995)

Bennett Scott Shouse
Greg Zweber
Stacy Long Sesnie
Terry Ruthrauff
Kristen Willie

Omnibus 74 (1994/1995)

Stephen Green
Melinda Miffitt

1996

Cynthia C. Lovato
Doug Bisson-Ellefson
John Doe

Omnibus 75 (1996)

Eric Schultz
Lisa Poley
Matt Mercer
Peter John Walter
Sean D'Souza
Stephen A. Church

Gregg Smith

Omnibus 76 (1996)

Asya Zaraysky
Daniel Randolph

Omnibus 77 (1997)

Andrea Lloyd
Andy Perleberg
Ben Bellows
Cindy Smith
Jennifer Whitson
Joshua Busby
Larry Clement
Lurleen Mccormick
Nathan Brown
Sara Bisson-Ellefson

Omnibus 78 (1997)

Laurel Zaks

1998

Dawn Goodwin
Eric Gutierrez

Omnibus 79 (1998)

Clara Woodmansee
Laura Bird
Matthew Paterakis
Robert Collins

Omnibus 80 (1998)

Elizabeth Fritz
Gamal Dillard
Jennifer Tabola
Juli Gribus
Monica Wilke

Omnibus 81 (1998/1999)

Maj Britt Karin Baker
Brian Randolph Baker
Jean Chu
Jessica Hardesty
June Ginther

Omnibus 82 (1999)

Stephanie Palau
Ariela Rosenstein
Christopher Hawley
Daniel Edward Hall
Maryann Nolan

Omnibus 83 (2000)

Amy Kloner
Ingrid Shea
Mark Shea

Omnibus 84 (2000)

Jill Manske de Azocar
Laura Wilson
Mark Preston

Omnibus 85 (2001)

Laura Fleischer Proano
Stephen Louis Krasner

Omnibus 86 (2001)

Briana Corso
Jocelyn Getgen
Sheila Mahony

Omnibus 87 (2002)

Carl Dean
Matthew "Mateo" Stephenson
Robert Coronado
Jonathan Haskett

2004

Rachel Weisgerber

Omnibus 93 (2005)

John Parker

Omnibus 94 (2005)

Zachary Smith

Omnibus 95 (2006)

Miles Masci

External links

Peace Corps Online RPCV Directory for Ecuador
Peace Corps Volunteer writers by country


Volunteers in the following chart have information in the PCwiki:

Started service in Ended service in Name of community was Name of region was Served in sector Primary assignment was
Stan Laser 2437665.51962 2438761.51965 Cuenca Azuay
Diane Claerbout 2437665.51962 2438395.51964 Latacunga
Ambato
Cotopaxi
Tungurahua
Health
Earle Brooks 2437665.51962 2438395.51964 Manta Manabí
Vera Alma Preston-Jaeger 2437665.51962 2438395.51964 Baños Tungurahua Education
Phyllis Greenberg Houseman 2437665.51962 2438395.51964 San Gabriel
Loja
Loja Education
Rhoda Brooks 2437665.51962 2438395.51964 Manta Manabí
Noble R. Wiltshire Jr. 2438030.51963 2438761.51965 Cuenca
Pacha
Nulti
Azuay
James D. Cook 2438030.51963 2438761.51965 Las Piñas El Oro Environment
George Wohanka 2438030.51963 2438761.51965 Tulcan Carchi Business
Robert N. Mowbray 2438030.51963 2439126.51966 Ibarra
Otavalo
Imbabura Environment
John Kostishack 2438030.51963 2438761.51965 Vilcabamba Loja
Bernard J. Fisken 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Ambato Tungurahua
Jack R. Amon 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Manta Manabí Business
Paul Vitale 2438395.51964 2438761.51965 Guayaquil
Quito
Guayas
Pichincha
Loren Finnell 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Ibarra Imbabura
Fran Ruddick 2438395.51964
1999
2439126.51966
2001
Ambato Tungurahua Education
Dennis H. Knight 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Loja Loja Education
Ron Herrgesell 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Saraguro Loja
Ralph Archung 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Tulcan
Ambato
Carchi
Tungurahua
Thomas J. Wegs 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 San Pedro de la Bendita
La Toma
Loja
Kathleen Mossman Vitale 2438395.51964 2438761.51965 Guayaquil
Quito
Guayas
Pichincha
Gary F. Richardson 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Cuenca
Biblian
Azuay
Cañar
Agriculture
Richard L. Kelsey 2438395.51964 2439126.51966 Zumbi
Yanzatza
Zamora
Zamora Chinchipe
Terance O. Bott 2438395.51964 2438761.51965 Manta Manabí Business
John D. Erickson 2438761.51965 2439491.51967 Salcedo Cotopaxi Education
Ronald Wallace Gould 2438761.51965 2439126.51966 Cristobal Colon
La Paz
Education
John Fisher 2438761.51965 2439491.51967 Loja Loja Environment
Moritz Thomsen 2438761.51965 2440222.51969 Rio Verde Esmeraldas Agriculture
Barbara Hunter Whitfill 2438761.51965 2439491.51967 Otavalo Imbabura
Kay Harshbarger Wetherwax 2439126.51966 2440222.51969 Guaranda Bolívar
Daryl E. Noll 2439126.51966 2439491.51967 Vinces Los Ríos
Hugh Graham 2439126.51966 2439856.51968 Quito Pichincha Business
Lewis R Applegate 2439126.51966 2439856.51968 Guayaquil Guayas Education
James Agett 2439126.51966 2439856.51968 San Juan Bosco Morona Santiago Education
Thomas E. Roberts 2439126.51966 2439856.51968 Ambato Tungurahua
James Hoffman 2439126.51966 2439126.51966
1968
Cuenca
Chiclayo
Azuay
Lambayeque
Susan Hughes 2439126.51966 2439491.51967 Latacunga Cotopaxi
Barbara (Bean) Browne 2439126.51966 2440222.51969 Riobamba
Quito
Galápagos Islands
Chimborazo
Pichincha
Agriculture
Karen Allison 2439126.51966 2439491.51967 Ambato Tungurahua Business
Philipp Auer 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Montecristi Manabí Business
James Owen Collins 2439491.51967 2439856.51968 Bahía de Caráquez Manabí
Deidra Groppenbacher 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Baños
Puyo
Tungurahua
Pastaza
Health
Douglas L Gilbert 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Quito Pichincha
Charles Browne 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Riobamba
Quito
Galápagos
Chimborazo
Pichincha
Regina Harrison (formerly Macdonald) 2439491.51967 2440587.51970 Galápagos Galápagos Education
Alan Kurtz 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Las Piñas
Zaruma
El Oro Agriculture
Philip E. Tack 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 San Juan Bosco
Limon
Morona Santiago Education
Hubert J. Dufner 2439491.51967 2441683.51973 Ambato Tungurahua
Greg Groppenbacher 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Baños
Puyo
Tungurahua
Pastaza
Environment
Charles Senseman 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Quito Pichincha Business
William D. Guzman 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Ambato
Riobamba
Tungurahua
Chimborazo
Business
Ben Binder 2439491.51967 2440222.51969 Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Galápagos
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Galápagos
Education
John Perkins 2439856.51968 2440587.51970
Larry Parrott 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 San Isidro Education
James P. McLaughlin 2439856.51968 2440222.51969 Cuenca Azuay
Chuck Creesy 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Riobamba
Quito
Chimborazo
Pichincha
Paul Robillard 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Ibarra
Cotacachi
Otavalo
Imbabura Environment
Jerry A. Payne 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Cuenca Azuay Business
David J. Andrews 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Loja Loja Education
John Kennedy 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Guayaquil Catholic Youth
Chuck Lippi 2439856.51968 2440587.51970 Gualleturo Cañar Agriculture
Robert Torske 2440222.51969 2441317.51972 Cachisagua Bolívar Other
John Schwager 2440222.51969 2440952.51971 Ibarra Imbabura Other
Tim Bradley 2440222.51969 Olón Santa Elena
Al Stevenson 2440587.51970
1978
2442413.51975
1980
Quito
Seoul
Pichincha Other
Education
Don Dilworth 2440587.51970 2442048.51974 Betazos
Cañar
Otavalo
Betanzos
Potosi
Cañar
Imbabura
Potosí
Education
Dennis C. Bangs 2440587.51970 2441317.51972 Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas Agriculture
Bruce Horowitz 2440587.51970 2441683.51973 Sucua Morona Santiago Other
Victor L Berthelsdorf 2440587.51970 2440952.51971 Napo River
Ambato
Napo
Tungurahua
Health
Jacqueline M. Kerr 2440952.51971 2442413.51975 Loja
Quito
Loja
Pichincha
Health
Lynn Phalen 2440952.51971 2442413.51975 Babahoyo Los Ríos Health
Karen Ekelman 2440952.51971 2441683.51973 Manta
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Manabí
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Health
Terry Linkletter 2440952.51971
1970
2441317.51972
1971
Guayaquil
Tiquipaya
Guayas
Cochabamba
Education
Business
Linda Derks Elliott 2440952.51971 2443144.51977 Quito
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Pichincha
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Education
Randy Jackson 2441317.51972 2442048.51974 Milagro
Ibarra
Imbabura Agriculture
Greg Hotchkin 2441317.51972 2442048.51974 Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas Agriculture
Howard Rhea Cole 2441317.51972 2442778.51976 Quito
Otavalo
Ambato
Pichincha
Imbabura
Tungurahua
Education
Linda Tarke 2441317.51972 2442413.51975 Riobamba
Quito
Chimborazo
Pichincha
Education
Henry Tarke 2441317.51972 2442413.51975 Riobamba
Quito
Chimborazo
Pichincha
Education
Eugenia Dressel 2441317.51972 2442048.51974 Quito
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Pichincha
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Education
Jon Barkman 2441317.51972 2442048.51974 Quito Pichincha Business
Keith Jamtgaard 2441683.51973 2442413.51975 Guayaquil Guayas Education
Monica Lyons Torres 2441683.51973 2442413.51975 Ambato
Cusco
Tungurahua
Cusco
Peter O. Kircher 2441683.51973 2442413.51975 Cotacachi Imbabura Education
Charles Llewellyn 2441683.51973 2442413.51975 Cuenca Azuay Health
Jim Sheeren 2441683.51973 2442048.51974 Patate
Riobamba
Quito
Tungurahua
Chimborazo
Pichincha
Agriculture
Ralph Blessing 2442048.51974
1969
2443509.51978
1970
Cuenca
Quito
Azuay
Pichincha
Health
Don Simon 2442048.51974 2442778.51976 Ambato Tungurahua Business Small Business Development
Fay Behrens 2442048.51974 2443509.51978 Aloag
Machachi
Pichincha Business
Barbara Lehman von Behren 2442048.51974 2442778.51976 Guayaquil
Quito
Guayas
Pichincha
Education
Paul Warpeha 2442048.51974 2443509.51978 Otavalo
Iluman
Imbabura Agriculture
Carol Sivits Molina 2442048.51974 2443144.51977 Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Quito
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
Pichincha
Education
Stephen Main 2442048.51974 2442778.51976 Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas Agriculture Animal Husbandry
Stan huncilman 2442048.51974 2443144.51977 Agriculture
Kent Lupberger 2442413.51975 2443509.51978 Otavalo
Ambato
Riobamba
Imbabura
Tungurahua
Chimborazo
Education
Bruce M Froseth 2442413.51975 2443144.51977 Lago Agrio Sucumbios Education
Joseph Rizzari 2442413.51975 2443144.51977 Guayaquil
Ecuador
Guayas Business
Sharon Elliott 2442413.51975
1973
2442778.51976
1975
Guallabamba
Valle El Limon
Pichincha Health
Ronald Rivera 2442413.51975
1969
2443509.51978
1971
Guayaquil
Quito
Tocumen
Guayas
Pichincha
Daniel O. Emmons 2442413.51975 2443144.51977 Lago Agrio Sucumbios Agriculture
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