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|Site(s)||Kinshasa - first year, Chibambo, Shaba - second year|
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|David Stoloff started in Zaire 1973|
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 Description of Service
David Stoloff taught in Kinshasa at l'Athenee de Lingwala from 1973-1974 and then at the Institut Munkutu in Chibambo, Shaba - on the Luapula River from 1974-1975. He was in Group 6 in the Peace Corps College Degree Program at SUNY-Brockport.