Trevlyn George Webb
Memories of School:
Visiting the Boma and Msongari girl’s schools and tying the dog to the bell.
The motorbike in the shed over the road with Ian Poppleton so we could get out of school as often as possible.
The art room and all the fine wildlife painters that came out of there.
Since leaving School:
Started farming in Nanyuki after leaving university
Left Kenya in 1983 for Zambia where I ran two large international agricultural companies.
Left Zambia in 1988 and began working for CDC in London as a roving consultant and visited over 50 countries,
assisting natural resource companies invested in by CDC.
In 1994 became an independent development consultant and have worked long term in Armenia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine,
Moldova, Belarus, Turkey and Mongolia and in many other countries on short term assignments.
I live in Hampshire, England.
(Registered - 6th March 2007)
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