Interview with Elizabeth Greene, December 3, 2005
Part of Peace Corps Oral History Project
- Interview with Elizabeth Greene, December 3, 2005
- Angene H. Wilson; interviewer. Elizabeth Greene; interviewee.
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- Elizabeth Greene (Niger, 2003-2005; Health) discusses how studying abroad in Kenya influenced her discussion to study international development and Africa and join the Peace Corps. She describes her experiences as a community health agent in a village in Niger and later working with an international NGO. Greene talks about training, getting to know a village, and transportation. She discusses gender difference, her views about food aid and development, and the goals of the Peace Corps. In addition, Green explains termination and living allowances.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
- University of Kentucky
- Greene, Elizabeth -- Interviews., Niger., Peace Corps (U.S.)--Niger., Peace Corps (U.S.)--History--2000-2009., Health
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