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CESO in 1975-76

By 1976, CESO is actively looking for ways to reach smaller industries overseas. The agricultural sector is of particular focus due to the international urgency to increase food production worldwide.

At home the Canadian Indian Program is well underway. CESO is also beginning to turn its attention to francophone countries, with programs being set up in Tunisia, the Ivory Coast, Niger, Togo, and Algeria.

Did you know?

In 1975-76, the number of volunteers in the field at one time is 50, and assignments an average of four months long.

By 1976, the number of female volunteers reaches 25, prompting a shift in language from “CESO men” to “CESO volunteers”.

Air Canada and CP Air are used for about 65% of CESO’s flights.

Volunteer Tony Soda in Nigeria

Computer expertJ.Lionel Roy in Kuala Lumpur 1-800-268-9052
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