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Paperwork to Fill Out

It's that time of year when our Peace Corps overlords want things from us.  

1) The VRF.  I have no idea when it is due.  Just do it.  It's painful.  I think this month I'm not supposed to advocate a good stiff drink upon completion.

 

2) The Living Allowance Survey!  Due March 10!  Remember last year when so many people filled it out that we all got more money??!  That's a good reason.  You want more money, right?  Fill it out!  

Dry Month PSDN newsletter

PSDN is sponsoring a Dry Month February and they have published a special newsletter for it.  Log in and find it under the PSDN forum in the menu on your left.

Note that your ICT committee does not necessarily either endorse or boycott Dry Month.  We provide a platform for volunteers, including PSDN, for use in promoting their events; we do not have an official position on alcohol usage.     

Rioting in the Deep South?

There seem to be riots in the dirty south, we've been hearing about violence in Masasi, Newala, and Mtwara. Stay safe out there!

Opportunities for Donations

If you happen to feel a little extra generous this holiday season, and want to make a difference, we have some suggestions.

 

A school in Newala needs water.  

A nursing school in Morogoro needs textbooks published more recently than 1960.  

 

Help if you can!  Everything you can do to help is really appreciated.  

It's a Cruel Hard World for Electronics, Keep your Stuff Safe

Our PC overlords are sending out safety tips, and we're beginning to feel a little left out!  Hence, some computer safety tips from your ICT committee (Josh, Ron & Katie, and the volunteer formerly known as Morogoro Beth):
 

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