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  • Janet O'Callaghan, 2000-2002, Joyabaj.
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  • ...adesh decided to suspend operations. But less than a year later, in August 2002, a small group of Volunteers arrived to restart the program. This group was | [[2002]]
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  • ...the primary sector of the Peace Corps/Costa Rica program from 1998 through 2002. In 2003, a second project in rural community development began; it focuses ...amilies project, the Peace Corps and PANI decided to expand the project in 2002. Currently, more than 30 Volunteers are assigned to this project. The Peace
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  • ...Corps began a formal youth, families, and community development project in 2002 to complement and support its other projects. While many existing projects | [[2002]]
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  • In 2002, the government of Fiji requested that the Peace Corps return. An assessmen
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  • ...1 with a secondary education/English teaching project of 21 Volunteers. In 2002, we welcomed our second group of 24 Volunteers in this project, as well as | [[2002]]
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  • ...the Peace Corps suspended its program and withdrew Volunteers in November 2002. In 2004, however, Peace Corps/Jordan resumed programming, welcoming 25 Eng ...Abdullah II launched a national socioeconomic development plan in January 2002 that emphasizes the development of human resources through Internet and com
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  • ...trainees. The health project began in September 1995. Since reopening in 2002, the Peace Corps has been providing approximately 75 new Volunteers per yea | [[2002]]
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  • ...rd-year transferees from other Latin American countries, arrived in August 2002. They were followed by the first new group of Volunteers, who arrived for t | [[2002]]
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  • ...from '79-81 and in Ethiopia with Catholic Relief Services in 85-86. As of 2002, was married to Carmen from Ecuador, living in Fargo, ND and operating an
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  • |yearservicestarted=2002 Mr. Richart entered training on June 6th of 2002, participating in an intensive 11-week training program in Dilijan, Armenia
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  • ...he civil war conflicts that ravaged the country from the early 1990s until 2002. I often wonder what happened to my students, and whether they and their f
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