September 28, 1982
Dr. Lloyd Hunter
Insurance College of Jamaica
2A Ruthven Road
Kingston 10, JAMAICA, W.I.
Dear Dr. Hunter:
As I promised on the telephone today, I am sending along a copy of a
memorandum on the principal points of our meeting of September 22.
I want to thank you and Mrs. Graham for your time and gracious recep-
tion. I sympathize with your observation about'"too many of you" and
"too few of us," and if you decide to go ahead, I think you will find
Consultants in Development to be self-starters who will not demand un-
reasonable amounts of your time. We do have the advantage of some
solid experience in Jamaica, and a good knowledge of the rural people
and their situation. The firm also has a good background of experience
in women in development.
Nou expressed interest in seeing some material on the work that Martha
Lewis and I (joined last spring by Maryanne Dulansey) did in the II
Integrated Rural Development Project in Christiana; under separate
cover, I am sending a case study we wrote about the project, plus some
additional material. It will be coming air printed matter in the same
Ms. Dulansey and I will be waiting with interest to see what develops.
We hope to be able to participate in one of your board meetings in the
With best wishes.
Elsa M. Chaney
Consultants in Development
2130 P Street, N.W., Suite 803
Washington, D.C. 20037
Tel. (202) 223-8466
(301) 277-8945 (home)
cc: Mrs. Daphne A. Graham