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|Assignment(s)||Secondary-Ed Mathwarning.png"Secondary-Ed Math" is not in the list of possible values (Agroforestry, Sustainable Agricultural Science, Farm Management and Agribusiness, Animal Husbandry, Municipal Development, Small Business Development, NGO Development, Urban and Regional Planning, Primary Teacher/Training, Secondary Teacher/Training, Math/Science Teacher/Training, Special Education/Training, Deaf/Education, Vocational Teacher/Training, University Teacher/Training, English Teacher/Training (TEFL), Environmental Education, National Park Management, Dry Land Natural Resource Conservation, Fisheries Fresh, Ecotourism Development, Coastal /Fisheries Resource Management, Public Health Education, AIDS Awareness, Information Technology, Skilled Trades, Water and Sanitation Resources Engineering, Housing Construction Development, Youth, Other) for this property.|
|Cristi Cristi started in Guinea 2001|
|Cristi Carlstead, Adam Trotta|
|Education in Guinea:|
|Cristi Carlstead, Paul St. John Frisoli, Kerry Johnson, Cal Jones, Eric Lenaeus, Nick Loewen, Susan Martonosi, Kristin O'Planick, Adam Trotta|
|Other Volunteers who served in Guinea
|Justin Bhansali, Erin Carlson, Ellwood Colahan, Cristi Carlstead, Paul St. John Frisoli, Anthony Gemignani, John Harper, Margaret (Meg) Hemingway, Kerry Johnson, Cal Jones, Ben Kester, Eric Lenaeus, Nick Loewen, Susan Martonosi, Kristin O'Planick … further results|
|Projects in Guinea
|2009 Girls' Conference, Girls' Conference 2009, Primary School Renovation|
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I worked in the Lycee-College de Koundara as a high school math teacher for the two years I was in the Peace Corps. In addition to teaching (when school was actually in session)I also helped to form and oversee a Peer Educator Group with the other volunteers in my area. We had a group of 20 students from my school that were trained in methods for how to educate about HIV/AIDS and STDs. While I was in Koundara they did various sensibilizations at the nearby villages (including Youkoukoun, Sareiboido and Sambaillo). We also organized events in the Koundara center which including a poetry contest and reading as well as a soirée with a skit and condom demonstration during an intermission. Besides these two main projects I also formed a girls volleyball team, which quickly turned into a boys volleyball team and then both a boys and girls volleyball team, organized a town tournament for them each year and at the end of the year helped to build a volleyball/basketball court at the school (with money that the school that had just hired me, Savannah Country Day School, sent over. My second year I also completed the world map project on the back of the butchers shop in the town square with a group of interested students.