Hunter Farnham

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Hunter Farnham "began working on the problems of economic and social development in Africa in the 1960s, primarily for the U.S. Agency for International Development. Among his positions were Uganda desk officer, Assistant Director for the Sahel and Francophone West Africa, Officer-in-Charge of Zimbabwe programs, heading the USAID Missions in Uganda and Guinea-Bissau and various special assistantships and directorships of inter-Agency taskforces on African emergencies such as locust plagues, famines and problems of refugees and displaced persons. He has also consulted extensively for a number of American NGOs. He currently advises a number of clubs at Phillips Exeter Academy, including the Current Events & International Relations Club, which participates in the EPIIC Inquiry program." [1]