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CLYDE C. APPLEWHITE

Background

APPLEWHITE, CLYDE C. was born on October 12, 1933 in Portuguese-of-Spain, Trinidad.

Education

Imperial College of Tropical Agr, Trinidad & Tobago, 1952-1955, Diploma. University of Wisconsin, United States of America, 1957-1961, Master of Science (Agr Economic), Master of Science (Soil Science(s)). Spoken languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese.

Career

Director, Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean since 1984. Division Chief, Regional Bureau for Latin America & the Caribbean, United Nations Development Program, New York, 1981-1984. Tech Coord, United Nations Development Program/Caribbean Development Bank Project(s), Barbados, 1978-1981.

Agriculturist, Project(s) Department of Latin American & Caribbean Regional Office(s), World Bank, Washington District of Columbia, 1978. Senior Area Officer/Alternate Division Chief, Regional Bureau(s) for Latin America, United Nations Development Program, New York and Mozambique, 1972-1975. Project(s) Manager/Senior Special, Organization of American States, Brazil, 1969-1972.

Tech Officer, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Italy, Guyana, Paraguay, 1961-1969. Consultancies for International Fund for Agricultural Development and United Nations Capital Development Fund in South Yemen, Iraq, El Salvador, Panama and Barbados.