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Meet the man who brought an entire English library to Tajikistan
by Shaun Walker in Qurghonteppa, Tajikistan
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22 September 2016
On 22 September 2016 The Guardian reported:
Qurghonteppa was at the very edge of the Soviet Union, a dusty city in the baking plains of what is now southern Tajikistan, not far from the Afghan border. Paul Marchant is an entomologist who first came to Tajikistan in 1999 to research a project on the efficacy of mosquito nets. Initially, he started Sworde Teppa as an environmental organisation to help promote sustainable living. English lessons emerged as a sideline when it became clear that young people in Tajikistan had little option but to live in poverty at home or travel to Russia for low-paid, unskilled labour. Gradually, English lessons became the organisation's main activity.
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