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    Namibia
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In the Field

Judy and Chuck Wheatley, Rwanda
Victoria Wallace, Nsefu, Zambia
Nicole Apelian, Ph.D, Botswana
Coe Davis – Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation, Zambia
Jimmy Walsh, Cathedral of St.Matthew the Apostle, Washington DC
Margaret Kelley, Laos
UCLA BruinCare Health Fair, Los Angeles, USA
Wild Tomorrow Fund, Kwazulunatal, South Africa
John & Chuchu Lampl, India
Stacey Miller, Sa'Pa, Vietnam
Patty Weber – R. Crusoe & Sons Travel, Laos
Avi Farzan, Karnataka, India
Janet Snyder, Greece
Kathy Litochleb, Rajasthan
Eleanor Barrett, Cuba
Isabel Draper, Bhutan
Diane White, India and Sri Lanka
Mr. Anonymous, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania
Mark Rapoport 54 Traditions, VIetnam
Christine Gallagher, Guatamala
Nicole Revere, Cuba
Judy Faitek, Machu Pichu and the Amazon
Linda Eifner, India
Ellie Volpicelli and Kevin Klashila, Tijuana, Mexico
Brandy Fleming and Gardy Perhard, Durham North Carolina Literacy Program USA
Neal Roberts, Indonesia
Steve Heinstein, Mexico
Women For Women International, Kosovo
Susan Wameling, Namibia
Trish Rosenfeld, Tibet
Angela Boatwright, Bogata, Columbia
Mark Rapoport 54 Traditions, Hanoi, Vietnam
Sharon Modi, Kenya, Tanzania
With My Own 2 Hands / Joel Misango, Kenya
David Failla, Myanmar
Molly Hyman, Northern Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia
Phoebe and Sara Nerone, Vietnam
Christy Ericson, Rwanda
Jesse Cool, Rwanda
Jackie Chirakian, South Central Los Angeles, USA
Robert Coleman, O.D., Guatamala
Marcia Henze, Morocco
Sylvia dos Remedios, Guatamala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras
Jim Hanlon, Costa Rica
Ann Gardiner, Morocco and Myanmar
Connie Kelley, Tanzania, Zanzibar
Lee Roos, South Africa,Botswana,Tanzania,Zimbabwe,Kenya, Zambia
Tina Carter, Cuba
Evelyn Laxton, China, Mongolia, Siberia
Dr. Claire Smithson, Maua Hospital, Maua, Kenya
Bee Coleman, MOROCCO
Jim Hanlon, San Gerardo de Dota, Costa Rica
Terrence St. Clair, Belize
USC Family-A-Fair, Los Angeles, California
John O. Martin, Jr, S.Africa, Namibia, Botsawana, Zambia
Linda Zook, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Laos
Karen Schwartz, Ecuador
Donna Heinte, Mongolia
Sandra Stanley, Bhutan, India
Ellen Heneghan, Zambia
Diane Weber, Morocco
Caroline Kelley, Myanamar, India
Marcia Mayer, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia
Caroline Kelley, Morocco
Patricia Lobdell, Antigua, Guatemala
Lillie and Bill Hord, Namibia
Global Medical Training, Dominican Republic
Nicki Bruckmann Explorer Chick Adventure, Santa Domingo
Jean Zunkel BJAdventures, Uzbekistan

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