Country in free fall
- Looked at todays exchange rate. It is US $1 to 99,205 Zim dollars. It was US $1: Zim $10 when we left in '96. It was up tp US $1: Zim $1,000 when we went back to Malawi in 2004 and we were shocked.
- Too bad you saved all those Zim$ and thought you would make a killing.....
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From: "Don & Cathy Weber" <weber@...>
Subject: [ujeni] Country in free fall
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 08:45:05 -0800
Looked at todays exchange rate. It is US $1 to 99,205 Zim dollars. It was
US $1: Zim $10 when we left in '96. It was up tp US $1: Zim $1,000 when we
went back to Malawi in 2004 and we were shocked.
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14 May 2006
Happy mother’s day to all of you who qualify or plan to qualify.
News of the day includes some pictures either attached or below.
We are planning to have some kind of Malawi RPCV get-together this summer. The first date we are thinking of is Saturday, 24 June. However, if anyone is planning to travel to Oregon in the summer please let us know and we will try to organize the date and time to accomodate your travel plans.
In the meantime Allison Mobley has organized two Portland metro area potluck socials in the last two months: Well enjoyed by all who have attended. See pictures
15 April 2006
The two women in the center of the picture are recent invitees to PC Malawi. They should be in Malawi PST by now.
The woman at the left is Angie who swore-in in July 1997, extended a year.
Lesley is or has completed the second year of medical school.
Does anyone know how many MD’s, PA’s or other medical practictioners have come out of the 1995 PC Malawi Group and who they are? It seems there are at least 5, 6, or 7.