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The US Government's volunteer-based approach to facilitating development: Water and sanitation examples from Panama

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Old Kitchens is next door to the Erasmus room if you've been to recent talks.

Andrew will be talking about his experiences working on water supply and sanitation systems with the US Peace Corps in Panama. He is currently studying for the MPhil in Sustainable Development at Cambridge.

To find Old Kitchens see the thumbnail map at top right of screen, or try (may only work from @cam or @quns.cam domain): http://www.queensconferences.com/documents/college_map.pdf

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