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Mark G. Wentling (Honduras 1967-69 & Togo 1970-73) A Writer Writes: Togo: Today and in 1970

Mark G. Wentling (Honduras 1967-69 & Togo 1970-73) A Writer Writes: Togo: Today and in 1970

A Writer Writes Mark G. Wentling was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras 1967-69 and Togo 1970-73, and in Gabon and Niger as a member of Peace Corps staff. He then  joined USAID in 1977 and served in Niamey, Conakry, Lome, Mogadishu and Dar es Salaam before retiring from the U.S. Senior Foreign Service in 1996.  Since retiring, he has worked for USAID as its Senior Advisor for the Great Lakes, and as its Country Program Manager for Niger and Burkina Faso. He has also worked in Africa for U.S. Non-Governmental Organizations and he is currently Country Director for Plan in Burkina Faso. On September 20, he marked 42 years in Africa.  He has worked in, or visited, all 54 African countries. He has six children and hails from Kansas. His novel, Africa’s Embrace, is scheduled to be published this year. • Togo: Today and in 1970 A Personal Journey . . .

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