Cohort two at Catholic University of Eastern Africa, 14 sisters, enrolled in various degree programs. The sisters from Kenya, with one each from Uganda and Nigeria, participated in orientation in Nairobi, Kenya, in December and began classes in January 2015. They are enrolled in Bachelor’s programs including commerce, computer science, social work, religious studies, and sociology.
Fourteen HESA sisters enroll at Catholic University of Eastern Africa
Cohort two at Catholic University of Eastern Africa, 14 sisters, enrolled in various degree programs.
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