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I'd like to live/work in Kenya or Tanzania...what could I do as educated american white female?

Need any contact information....love being around animals. Have legal, medical, technological experience.

Asked By: connie777lee - 9/23/2006
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I do not know much about Kenya, but I have lived in Tanzania for a few years which serving with Peace Corps. The people who warn you about r**e and losing your passport, etc, obviously haven't been to that part of the world... More
Answered By: weilder - 9/24/2006
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Join the Peace Corps
Answered By: socalgal - 9/23/2006
 
You'd better go to a shrink and find out yer problem why you want to leave america and go to the mayhem of these two places ???
Answered By: neilcarrey6 - 9/23/2006
 
I'd probably start to see if we have an embassy in that country. They could probably direct you to the ministry of health in country and see what opportunities there would be there. Your legal probably wouldn't be as valuable, as it's a different legal system. Technology is probably just budding, if there at all.
Answered By: John H - 9/23/2006
 
If you want to go to either of those countries, you can't be too smart. Go back to school...
Answered By: Bugaisha - 9/23/2006
 
I would contact the government of Tanzania , Kenya about this -peace corps or affiliated groups- *go online put in serch- kenya wildlife organizations
Answered By: Count Deville - 9/23/2006
 
What you are asking about is likely to be very dangerous. There is an active slave trade in which jobs are promised overseas to young women. When they get to the foreign country, their passports are taken away and they are forced into prostitution or worse. Beware.
Answered By: Dav - 9/23/2006
 
Probably get raped and killed. Mostly.
Answered By: Big Jammer - 9/23/2006
 
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