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|Site(s)||Sabana de la Mar, Nisibon|
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|Joe Hunnings started in Dominican_Republic 1979|
|Joe Hunnings, Kay Hunnings|
|Joe Hunnings, Kay Hunnings|
|Agriculture in Dominican_Republic:|
|Chad Eppelheimer, Joe Hunnings, Kay Hunnings, Roger LaBrucherie, John Rogers, Lynn-Ann (Gruss) Steel|
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|Projects in Dominican_Republic
|Build Your Dreams: Youth Entrepreneur Project, Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World), Celebrando el Sur Youth Conference, Ceramic Stove Project, Community Ambulance, Community Center, Community Library, Diversity and Leadership Youth Camp, Education: A New Hope for the Community, Environmental Mural and Education, Health Services and Health Education, Healthy Stoves, Latrine and Hygiene Education, Latrines, Library and Community Center, Primary School Library (Dominican Republic), Tidying up the Place, Youth Sports Camp|
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Group - our group trained in La Guacima, Costa Rica and arrived in the DR in November of '79.
My Primary Site was Sabana de la Mar
My Primary Job was as a rice production extension agent
My wife (Kay) served with me as a volunteer in Sabana. We started our service in Nisibon, Higuey, but transfered to Sabana after three months. She worked in the small animal meat production/gardening project. She was tied to the Secretary of Agriculture. She also worked to develop a women's cooperative that processed and sold minuta (a tasty local fish) into the captital.
My work was with the Agrarian Reform Institute. I worked in three rice projects. Two of them were west of Sabana across the river and the third was down the road towards Miches in a small town that I can't remember the name of!