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New Coordinator in Kenya & Nigeria

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Please join us in welcoming 2 new program coordinators to our team.

Please join us in welcoming 2 new staff members to our ASEC team:
  • Kenya Programs Coordinator: Sr. Lydia Wanjiku
  • Nigeria Programs Coordinator: Sr. Clare Abisola

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