Opportunities Industrialization Centers International, Series II: Executive Directors' Office

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OIC International is a private, non-profit, voluntary organization founded in 1969 by Reverend Leon Sullivan. This organization is a direct outgrowth of the OIC movement in the United States. The mission of OICI is to contribute to the economic and social development, primarily of Third World countries, by the establishment and institutionalization of non-formal skills training programs. The OICI training model provides a innovative approach to vocational, technical and agricultural skills training that has helped the unemployed and underemployed to be self - reliant and actively involved in local communities of Africa, South America, Europe and the Caribbean.

Soon after the founding of OICs of America in 1964, news of the organizations' accomplishments and unique approach to job training attracted attention abroad. In January 1969 Dr. Folorunsho Salawu, a Nigerian physician, contacted Reverend Sullivan to discuss the possibility of extending OIC programs to Africa. In February and March 1969 Reverend Sullivan and a delegation of fifty religious and community leaders toured the African nations of Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Kenya to determine the adaptability of the OIC program design to the employment needs of the African continent. During this period numerous job opportunities existed in Africa because of world demand for the continent's wealth of natural and agricultural resources.

However, the delegation found a shortage of skilled laborers to fill the majority of highly technical job positions. Confident that OICI could bridge the gap between the African labor force and industrial demands, a funding proposal was formulated and submitted to the United States Agency for International Development. By October 1969 U.S. AID funding was approved and a OICI Central Office was organized in Philadelphia to manage overseas activities.

The first OICI program was started in Lagos, Nigeria in 1970. The training center enrolled 70 trainees in badly equipped quarters. Dr. Salawu was appointed Chairman of the Board. Also that same year the second OIC was started in Accra, Ghana under the leadership of S. P. Dampson. By 1973 OICI training programs had expanded to include centers in Ethiopia and Kenya.

These first generation OIC programs catered solely to the needs of urban school leavers and drop-outs. Programs were reflected developed in accordance with traditional OIC concepts and principles, and reflected the employment needs of the communities they served. Program components included Recruitment, Counseling and Pre-Service Instruction (Feeder Program) to help ensure proper motivation and attitude before the start of vocational training. Feeder Program trainees were taught to respect the work ethic and the responsibilities they would undertake as well as receive instruction in basic computational and communications This pre-service training was followed by vocational skills instruction in course areas such as building trades, auto mechanics, air conditioning/refrigeration, metal work, secretarial science, catering, drafting, masonry and plumbing. At the completion of their programs the OICI job component helped graduates to obtain employment in their fields of specialization.

Between 1976 and 1978 the second wave of OICI Africa Programs opened in Zambia, Sierra Leone, Lesotho, Liberia, Gambia and Togo. While programs still focused on urban youths as the target beneficiaries of vocational skills training, new programs expanded their base to include business management development and agriculture. In Togo and Gambia OICI helped shape agricultural training programs to teach rural youths practical methods and technologies appropriate to small family farms. In Sierra Leone and Lesotho public and private needs induced OIC to develop courses to stimulate entreprenurship, and upgrade skills of middle management, technical and administrative personnel.

In the 1980's a third generation of programs were established in the African countries of Guinea, Ivory Coast, Liberia and Togo, and reflect further changes in the OICI program design. Unlike earlier projects, these new programs were significantly smaller in budget design and required less long term in-country assistance than did their predecessors. After 1982 programs that used to be staffed with six to nine Technical Cooperative Team personnel, were now set up with only three. New programs also focused on job demand creation rather than job placement. Over the last decade changes in prices, world demand and natural disasters had plunged many African nations into severe economic hardship. This had resulted in a reduction of job opportunities and cutbacks in existing employment positions. OICI had to adjust the focus of its curriculum to meet the changing employment needs of African nations. New programs concentrated on the development in rural areas of a diverse
group of self-employment skills, including farming, animal husbandry, and rural vocational trades and business development.

In recent years OICI has placed new emphasis on resource development. This effort were fueled in part by a U.S. AID funding delay that occurred at OICI headquarters in 1981. Since the majority of OICI financial support came from U.S. AID, many overseas programs were adversely affected. Several projects were delayed by as much as 10 months. In order to survive OICI had to reduce its personnel by 50%, which further diminished the organizations' effectiveness to manage its field programs. In 1982 OICI commissioned two independent evaluation consultants to assess the institutional capability of the organization. The evaluation reaffirmed the fact that OICI must diversify and increase its resource funding base to include other kinds of financial support outside of U.S.AID. As a result of OICI in intensified resource development activities, the share of non-U.S. government support in the overall revenue of OICI and its affiliate field programs in 1986 rose to an all-time the high of forty percent. Funds were received from a variety of sources including the International Foundation for Education and Self-Help, the Canadian Center for International Studies and Cooperation, Operations Crossroads Africa, and various U.S. corporations.

A landmark in the history of OICI was the first African Development Conference held March 2-7, 1987 at Togo, Lome. The Conference was attended by 401 OICI program delegates from 19 OIC training centers and interest groups in 13 countries in Africa, the United Kingdom and Canada. They were joined by numerous high level officials of government donor agencies and U.S. corporations,along with representatives from OICs of America and the Opportunities Academy for Management Training. This conference brought together for the first time in one setting the entire OIC international community to undergo training, exchange ideas, and honor key supporters of the OIC movement.

Since its inception twenty years ago OICI has established eighteen training centers around the world. Several OICs in Africa have institutionalized their programs, and secured their own funds for operation, expansion and replication . without OICI financial support. However, these independent institutions remain affiliated to OICI through technical and informational ties. In coming decades OICI hopes to encourage further development of new OIC programs abroad, and to continue to provide innovative solutions and nations alternatives to problems of unemployment and underemployment in developing nations worldwide.


Organized into seven series:
  • Series I: Administration (Box 1)
  • Series II: Executive Directors' Office (Boxes 1-13)
  • Series III: Finance and Administration (Boxes 14-20)
  • Series IV: Planning and Development (Boxes 21-29)
  • Series V: Evaluation Office (Boxes 29-30)
  • Series VI: Audio-Visual Materials (Boxes 31-33)
  • Series VII: Student Files (CLOSED)

Policy mandates of the Board of Directors are carried out by this office. The bulk of records in this series consist of correspondence, reports, proposals, and cables documenting OICI overseas activities in Africa, Dominican Republic and South America between 1964-1984. Files in this series also contain information regarding OICI headquarters contacts with various organizations including Community Science Inc., Opportunities Academy for Management Training, OIC Progress Council Progress Ventures International and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Finally this section contains material on OICI participation at national Convocations between 1968-1985, as well as correspondence and reports on U.S. AID activities in Africa from 1970-1985.


Box 1
Agency (OICI) History, Organizational Structure and Background
Administrative Field Visits of OICI Executive Director, December 1980-June 1982
Agency (OICI) History, Organizational Structure and Background Material
Background on OICI Involvement in Jamaica, 1972-1975
Background Information on OICI Involvement in South Africa, England, and South America, 1972-1975
12th Annual Convocation, August 29-September 1, 1976
Conference Activities
13th Annual Convocation, 1977, Statement by Salimatu Diallo at Detroit Convocation, June 8, 1977
16th Annual Convocation, June 8-11, 1980
Evaluation of OICI Activities During Convocation
Participant Lists
17th Annual Convocation, May 31-June 3, 1983
Proposal for OICI Workshops
21st Annual Convocation, May 5-8, 1985
Barnett and Engel, 1980-1983
Brown, Nancy, Administrative Assistant, 1970
Carstarphen, John, Assistant Director OICI, 1971-1973 (3 folders)
Charles Abbott and Associates International Representatives, 1969-1970
Dawkins, Maurice, Dr., Director OIC Government and Corporate Relations Office, 1979-1982
Diallo, Valfoulaye, Director, OICI, 1972-1973
Dickie, Donald B., Chief, Overhead and Special Cost Branch Services, Operations Division and Office of Contract Management, U.S. AID, 1979-1981
Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) 1969-1975 (2 folders)
Fox, Thomas H., Director, Office of Private and Voluntary Cooperation Bureau for Food for Peace and Voluntary Assistance U.S. AID, 1980-1981
Jordan, Valo, Director, OICI, 1968-1970 (4 folders)
Pierre, Cynthia G., Director Planning and Program Development, 1981-1981
Request for OIC Training in United States, 1972
Robinson, Gary, Director OICI, 1975-1982 (7 folders)
Ruddy, Frances S., Assistant Administrator for Africa U.S. AID, 1982-1983
Snyder, Michael H., Grant Officer, U.S. Aid, 1978-1980
Spencer, Fermino, Director, Coastal West Africa U.S. AID, 1980-1981
Sullivan, Leon, Rev., Founder and Chairman of the Board OICI and OICA
Evaluation Guidelines and Procedure for Overseas Projects, n.d.
Evaluation Office Memorandums, 1977-1981
Feasibility Study of Modern Shoe Industry in Gwerri, Eastern Nigeria, by Jerome N. Afuba, March 1965
Feasibility Study Team Monthly Reports for Africa, 1975

Box 2
Guidelines for Feasibility Studies, January 1975
Institutional Support Grant
Annual Progress Report, September 30, 1980- September 30, 1981
Correspondence, 1980-1982
Logical Framework Matrix, September 1982
Scope of Work for Evaluation of Institutional Capability, June-September 1982 Strengthening Organizational Capacity to Develop Community Based Non-Formal Education Program Proposal, February 12, 1980
Job Descriptions
Carstarphen, John, Association Director OICI, 1971-1973 (2 folders)
Program Advisors and Board Chairmen, 1971-1973 (3 folders)
Robinson, Gary, Director OICI, 1977-1982 (4 folders)
Administrative Services Office Staff Meeting
Minutes, July, August, December 1971
CORE Meeting Minutes, 1972-1973 (3 folders)
Miscellaneous Meeting Minutes, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1980
OICI Management Meeting Minutes and Agendas
1975-1977 (3 folders)
Training Office Meeting Minutes, March 1971
Narrative Summary of Field Projects Operations, Part II, 1978-1979
Newsclippings, 1973-1976
Newsletter, OICI Update, 1979-1980

Box 3
OICI Affiliation Agreement/Standards and Guidelines
OICI African Development Program, June 23-July 25, 1969
OICI Board Chairmen Conference, September 20-26, 1971
OICI Orientation and Training Program
Correspondence, 1973
Evaluations, 1973
Program Reports, 1970-1972
Program Schedules, 1970-1972
Project Papers, 1973
Travel Expense Reports, 1973
Weekly Reports, 1973 (4 folders)
OICI Response to Consolidation Audit Report Number 76-301, June 23, 1976
OICI Response to the Darryl Johns Personal Opinion and Assessment of OICI Management, May 30, 1975
OICI Response to the Office of the Inspector General Foreign Assistance Report on OICI Activities, February 1975
OICI Wage and Salary Plan, December 1969
Barnett and Engel, 1980-1983
Charles Abott and Associates International
Representatives, 1969-1970
Community Sciences Inc, 1971-1972 (7 folders)
Economic Commission for Africa, 1969-1975 (2 folders)
Opportunities Academy for Management Training (OAMT) 1976-1983 (9 folders)
OIC Progress Council, 1977-1980 (2 folders)
Organization for African Unity, 1971-1979
Progress Ventures International, 1972-1980 (5 folders)
United States Agency for International Development (AID) Audit Reports, 1973-1978, 1980-1981 (2 folders)
Contract Agreements, 1969-1971
Correspondence, General
1970-1979 (10 folders)

Box 4
1979-1982 (5 folders)
Correspondence, By Name
Anderson, Vivian, Program Development Officer
1975-1977 (11 folders)
Bullock, Patricia, AID Control Office, 1974-1976 (3 folders)
Caticchio, N.A., Contact Officer, 1972-1976 (9 folders)
Dickie, Donald B., Chief/Overhead and Special Cost Branch and Office of Contract
Management, 1979-1981 Fox, Thomas H., Director of Office of Private and Voluntary Cooperation for Food and Peace and Voluntary Assistance, 1980 -1981
Ruddy, Francis S., Assistant Administrator for Africa AID, 1982-1983
Synder, Michael H., Grant Officer 1978-1980
Spencer, Fermino, Director, Coastal West Africa AID, 1980-1981
Meeting Minutes, 1971-1974-1975
Publications (2 folders)

Box 5
Overseas Program Countries
Ethiopia OIC
Amendment to the Ethiopia Proposal,December 22, 1972
General Correspondence
1969, 1971
Kebede, Selashe, Dr., Chairman of the Board, 1971-1974
Lease Agreements, 1971
Life of Project Proposal, December 1974
Memorandums 1971, 1973, 1974-1975
Monthly Reports and Report Responses
June, September, November 1973
January-February, April-June 1974
July-December 1974
January-May, August-November 1975
January-May, December 1976
Planning Proposal for Ethiopia OIC, 1974
Program Proposal and Budget Projections, January 1, 1973-December 31, 1975
Telexes and Cables, 1971-1973, 1983
Gambia OIC
Annual Report, October 1, 1978-September 30, 1979
General Correspondence, 1977-1979
Gambia OIC Board of Directors, January 1979
Course Descriptions 1979
Evaluation Reports, 1979
Fact Sheet on the Republic of Gambia, n.d.
Feasibility Study of Proposed Road System for Agricultural Center to be Developed by
Gambia OIC, April 17, 1979
Feasibility Study Scope of Work on Gambia, 1979
Gambia OIC Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, 1980
Memorandums, 1978-1979
Minutes of Meetings Between Representatives from Gambia Government, U.S.
AID and OICI on Gambia Phase II Feasibility
Study Report, June 23, 1981 Monthly Reports and Report Responses
January-June, August-December 1979
June-September 1979
October-December, 1979
January-June, August, September,
December 1980
January, March, May 1981
Program Proposals, 1979
Quarterly Fiscal Report for January 1, 1979-March 31, 1979

Box 6
Quarterly Reports, 1979-1982 (3 folders)
Report of Activities on OICI Project to Gambia and Togo, September 22-October 24, 1975
Semi-Annual Report, October1, 1979-March 31, 1980
Summary of Activities from February 24- March 1, 1975
Technical Assistance Plan 1979
Telexes and Cables 1977-1979
Ghana OIC
Anniversary Celebrations
First Annual Anniversary Celebra tion for Ghana OIC, July 17, 1971
Tenth Annual Anniversary Celebra tion for Ghana OIC, July 13-20, 1981
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, 1971- 1972, 1977, 1979-1981
Budget Report, March 31, 1971
Cattle Ranch Project, 1971-1972
General Correspondence
1971-1973 (3 folders)
Adali-Mortty, Geormbeeyi, University of
Ghana School of Business, 1971
Dampson, S.P., Chairman, Ghana OIC, 1971-1972
Ocansey, Anato, 1971-1972
End of Project Report, August 31, 1978
Feeder Training Targets, October 1980- December 1981
Financial Statements, 1970-1972
Interim Report of Mr. S.P. Dampson, Chairman, Ghana OIC, 1971
1970-1973 (4 folders)
Monthly Fiscal Reports, November 1970-
August 1971
Monthly Reports and Report Responses
February-March, July-November 1971
July-December 1972
January-June 1973
July-December 1973
January-May, August-December 1974

Box 7
January-February, April-June 1975 (2 folders)
August -December 1975-February 1976
July- November 1976
July-October 1977
November-December 1977
July-December 1978
January-June 1979
July-December 1979
January-August 1980
January-May 1981
News Bulletins, 1972
OICI/Africa Proposal, September 1969
Personnel Payroll Structure, 1971
Petition to Mr. Diallo Unifoulaye, OICI Director, 1971
Postcards, N.D.
Program Evaluations, 1978
Program Statistics, 1975-1979
Speeches, 1972
Supplemental Proposal and Budget for Ghana OIC Task Order Number 2, Submitted to U.S. AID, May 1971
Technical Education Report, 1970-1971
Telexes and Cables
Trainees Open Day at Ghana OIC Training Center, August 8, 1972
U.S. AID/Ghana Project Descriptions, September 19, 1979
Kenya OIC
Applications for OICI Training Programs (Photos Included), 1971
Budget Proposals, 1973-1975
General Correspondence, 1971-1973 (4 folders)

Box 8
Clarke, William, Program Advisor OICI, 1971-1972 (2 folders)
Course Outlines and Curriculum 1973
Memorandums 1971
Memorandum and Articles of Association of Kenya OIC, 1971
Miscellaneous Meeting Minutes, 1971-1972
Monthly Reports and Report Responses
September-December 1971
January-December 1972
Newsclippings, 1971-1973
OICI Amendment to the Kenya Proposal, October 22, 1972, December 8, 1972
The Prospects for Success of the Kenya OIC, Phase I Proposal and Amendment, 1972
Supplemental Proposal to Task Order Number 4, March 1972
Telexes and Cables, 1972
Training as a Factor in Human Resource Development Workshop, 1971-1972
Lesotho OIC
Memorandums, 1978
Monthly Report and Report Responses
June-November 1978
December 1978-February, April, June-July 1979
August-December 1979
January-June 1980
July-December 1980
May 1981
OICI Technical Assistance Plan to Lesotho OIC, October 1983-September 1984
Quarterly Report, July 1, 1979 September 30, 1979
Training Orientation Schedules, January 1979
Liberia OIC
Memorandum of Understanding Between Liberia
OIC and OICI, January 1977
Monthly Reports and Report Responses
December 1977-February 1978, April -June 1978
October-December 1978
January-June 1979
July-December 1979
January-June 1980
July-December 1980
January-April, August-November 1981
Proposal for OIC Liberia Project, 1975
Nigeria OIC
Annual Report, 1975-1976
Articles of Incorporation, May 19, 1970
Benin City Interest Group Correspondence 1970-1973
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1969-1970
General Correspondence
1966-1970 (2 folders)

Box 9
1971-1973 ( 3 folders)
Salawu, F. Dr., Chairman Lagos OIC, 1971
Sullivan, Leon, Rev., 1969-1970
Valfoulaye, Diallo, OICI Director, 1970-1972
Course Descriptions and Class Schedules, 1971
Draft Proposal Information for the First Anniversary of the Lagos OIC, 1971
Education Certificates, N.D.
Employee Conditions of Service, August 26, 1971
Field Reports, 1970-1971
Financial Statements, 1970-1972
Guidance Counseling in Lagos, Nigeria, A position Paper Presented in partial fulfillment of June 1973 OIC Orientation
Requirement, August 10, 1973.
Historical Background Information on the History of OIC Nigeria, 1969-1971
Lease Agreements
Correspondence, Chief Joseph Esema, 1970-1973
Enugu (Eastern Central State)
Constitution, n.d.
Correspondence, 1970-1973 Ikare-Akoko
Constitution, 1971
Correspondence, 1971, 1974, 1977
Planning Proposal submitted to OICI, 1971
Steering Committee Meeting Minutes, August 15, 1971
Memorandums, 1970-1973 (5 folders)
Miscellaneous Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1969-1972
Miscellaneous Program Proposals for Projects in Nigeria, 1971-1972
Miscellaneous Speeches, Correspondence and Reports Pertaining to Dr. F. Salawu, 1970- 1971
Monthly Reports and Report Responses
May, July-December, 1971
January-June 1972
July-December 1972

Box 10
January-June 1973
July-December 1973
March-May-June-August 1974
September-December 1974
January-May-August-December 1975
January-March 1976
Newsclippings 1969, 1972
News Releases 1969, 1970
Nigeria OIC Program Proposal Life of Project cost, submitted to U.S. Aid, December 1969
Personnel Policies and Procedure (No Date)
Planning Proposal and Budget Information for Nigeria OIC, August 1969
Project Paper in partial fulfillment of the orientation requirements for OICI,
October 20, 1973.
Proposal for establishing an OIC Feeder Program, December 24, 1968.
Publications, n.d.
A six month Budget, July-December 1969
Telexes and cables, 1982-1983
Sierra Leone OIC
Amendment to Lease Agreement, September 14, 1977
Articles of Incorporation, May 24, 1977
Briefing paper on Sierra Leave Program Development, October 1976-September, 1979
Correspondence, November 1976
Monthly Reports and Report Responses,
January-May, August-October 1977
April-September 1978
September 1978 - August, November - December 1979
January-April, September-December, 1980
January-February 1981
Personnel Policies and Procedures
Program Statistics, 1979-1980
Project Performance Tracking System
Follow-up Narrative, 1976-1977
Togo OIC
Budget Proposals, 1978-1980
Memorandum, 1975-1978, 1981-1982
Monthly Report and Report Responses
December 1976
January-March, 1977

Box 11
January, April, June, November, 1977
September-December, 1978
February-December, 1979
January-February, May-December 1980
Program Evaluations, 1976-1979
Report of the First Feeder Training at Togo OIC Agricultural Training Center, March 1 - April 29, 1978
Scope of work for Field Trips, 1978
Telexes and cables, 1977-1980
Activities Summaries, November-December, 1975
Administrative, Operational and Procedural Problems into Zambia
Program and the Subsequent
Implications for Project Performance
Tracking System (PPT) Success 1977 Audit and Audit response of Zambia OIC Program, September 1977
Audit examination of OICI in Zambia, September, 1977
Budget Proposals, 1975, 1976-1981
Constitution, n.d.
Correspondence, 1975-1981 (5 folders)
Country History and Background, January 1970
Fourteenth Annual Convocation and Orientation Report on Sail-OIC Zambia Programs, April 23-26 1978
Lease Agreements, 1976-1978
List of Board of Directors for Zambia OIC, n.d.
Memorandum, 1975-1978 (3 folders)
Memorandum of Agreement for Zambia Vocational Training Program, June 15, 1976 - December 15, 1977
Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Zambia and OICI (No Date)
Minutes of overseas call from Zambia on March 16, 1977
Monthly Reports
January-February, September- October, 1976
January, April, June-December, 1977
January-April, 1978
Planning Proposal for Zambia, August 1974
Progress Reports, 1976
Project Implementation Document (A Work Plan for a Community - Based Vocational Training, November 1975
Project summary for Sail-OIC Zambia, 1976-1979
Specific Support grant for Zambia OIC Project Implementation, 1976
Summary and Problems of Zambia OIC Program Proposal, April 5, 1977
Telexes and Cables, 1976-1978
Trip Reports, 1975
Zambia Proposal Revision, November 1975
Zambia Sail-OIC Board of Directors Meeting, July 8, 1977 Dominican Republic
Correspondence, 1970-1971
Explanation and Cost for Dominican Republic OIC Planning - Project, 1970
Newsclippings, 1970
Program Proposal, May 15, 1971
Proposal Draft Information, 1970-1971

Box 12
South Africa
Career Opportunities Center
Correspondence, 1981-1982
First Five Year Program Plan, October 21, 1981
Miscellaneous Meeting Minutes, 1981-1982
Progress Venture International First
Year Start up Budget for Technical Assistance and Training Services to C.O.C., 1981
Telexes and Cables, 1981-1982
In-Service Training Centers List Numbers Trained, 1978-1979
Newsclippings, 1977-1982
South African Manpower Feasibility Study Preliminary Report, 1979-1980
Sullivan Principles on South Africa Material 1979-1980
Trip Reports, 1980
A New Approach to International Technical Assistance by Viafoulaye Diallo, October 25, 1971
OICI and Africa by Frank Roberts, 1971
OICI Economic Development Activities, October 13, 1975
Some Observations, Remarks and Recommendations on the OIC Movement in Africa, by Dr. Kidane M. Zerezhi February 10, 1970
Vocational Concepts of the OICI Program by George Bailey, Building Trade Specialist, April 4, 1977
Personnel Policies and Operating Procedures, June 1978, October 1980
Presentations to the U.S. Government Sub-Committee on Africa, 1971, 1977 (2 folders)
Program Statistics, 1979-1980
OICI/Africa Administrative Proposal and Amendment Request, July, December, 1969
OICI Supplemental Proposal and Budget Submitted to U.S. AID, May 1971
Proposal for Training Submitted to the Government of Kenya from OICI, March 3, 1969
Proposal to the Office of Private Enterprise Bureau for Africa for the Exploration of African Problems and Programs, September 1967
Publications, 1969-1970
Annual Progress Reports
1978-1981 (3 folders)
Quarterly Progress Report on OICI/Africa Activities 1969-1972 (2 folders)

Box 13
1973-1974 (4 folders)
Scope of Work and Budget for Feasibility Study for Community Based Non-Formal Skills Training Center, June-July, 1980
Semi-Annual Progress Reports
October 1, 1978 - March 31, 1979
April 1, 1979 - September 31, 1979
October 1, 1981 - March 31, 1982
Trip Reports
Bigelow, Ross, Project Development officer, US Aid, Trip Report to Africa, September - October, 1979
Carstarphen, John, Assistant Director OICI Trip to Africa, August 21, 1971
Odumah, Godwin Assistant Director Program Planning and Development OICI, Trip Report to Africa, November 23 - December 17, 1976
OICI Advance Teams to Africa Trip Reports, 1969 (3 folders)
Robinson, Gary Director OIC Trips to Africa
January, 1971
January, 1976 (Photographer Included)
February 18, 1976
July, 1976 (Sierra Leone)
June-July, 1977
December, 1979
Sullivan, Leon Rev., Board Chairman OICI Trips to Africa, June 1975, January 1977 ( 2 folders)
Response to Deschambault Memo January 29, 1978, Regarding Audit Report July 20, 1978
Speeches - 1973, 1975, 1979
Summary of OIC Activities, January 1971
Survey of Employees Opinions August 1977
Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the OIC Movement Planning Material, January 1974
Travel Itineraries for Gary Robinson's Africa Trips, 1976-1977
Two Year Quarterly/ Time Sequence Graph to evaluate OIC Field Staff Performance, 1973