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My name is Bob Webzell and I worked for British Overseas Development Administration as the Principal of the Enrolled Nurse and Midwives Training School in the Republic of The Gambia from 1986 and 1989
  
== Location ==
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During this period the School staff was ably swelled by a succession of excellent American Peace Corp Volunteers who made the practice of nurse training achievable in the difficult circumstances we shared.
  
Noyemberyan is north of [[Ijevan]] and very close the Armenia Azeri border. Border action often limits travel on the [[Ijevan]] to Noyemberyan road.   
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I would wish to log here my thanks to those excellent US volunteers who gave so freely of their time and effort for the good people of The GambiaThey remain regularly in my thoughts and they deserve my very best of wishes
  
== Volunteers who served in Noyemberyan ==
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I would love to hear from any who read this message on    bob@webzell.co.uk  Thank-you
 
'''2003'''
 
[[Dan Retz]]<br>
 
'''2004'''
 
[[John R. Tease]]<br>
 
'''2005'''
 
none<br>
 
'''2006'''
 
[[Kevin Gage]], [[Kyle Gifford]], [[Alex Harris]] and [[Eileen Marin]]
 
'''2007'''
 
???
 
 
 
 
 
== Projects ==
 
 
 
See Dan Retz and John Tease's [[Noyemberyan_Armenia_composting_toilet]]
 
 
 
Will Dickinson's GPS presentations
 

Revision as of 16:01, 14 September 2009

Hello,

My name is Bob Webzell and I worked for British Overseas Development Administration as the Principal of the Enrolled Nurse and Midwives Training School in the Republic of The Gambia from 1986 and 1989

During this period the School staff was ably swelled by a succession of excellent American Peace Corp Volunteers who made the practice of nurse training achievable in the difficult circumstances we shared.

I would wish to log here my thanks to those excellent US volunteers who gave so freely of their time and effort for the good people of The Gambia. They remain regularly in my thoughts and they deserve my very best of wishes

I would love to hear from any who read this message on bob@webzell.co.uk Thank-you