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HESA nursing students express their gratitude

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HESA students studying at Monze Registered Nurse and Midwife Program in Zambia.

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HESA nursing students of the Monze Registered Nurse and Midwife Program in Zambia express their sincere gratitude for ASEC programs.

Catherine Kabwe, a first year HESA student at Monze Registered Nurse and Midwife Program is studying nursing and midwifery. Catherine expresses her gratitude to ASEC, especially for the laptop that has made her presentations and internet research much easier. She adds,

" I always wanted to be a nurse thank God, through ASEC, I have been accorded the chance."

Angela Lishiya is a Good Shepherd Sister a HESA student nurse at Monze Registered Nurse and Midwife Program. At first she was curious and afraid to begin her studies, but after 4 months she says,

"...now I am happy and at home such that  I am even eager to learn more." 

She notes that the laptop she received from ASEC is working great. It is helping her to get learning materials and make PowerPoint Presentations in class.

Lyndah is also a first year HESA student at Monze Registered Nurse and Midwife Program. She uses her laptop to get online for learning purposes and hands in all of her assignments are on time. She adds,

"My gratitude to ASEC for the consideration. My course is going on well."

Knowing what ASEC out of love for sisters in Africa, sisters in Zambia say: If ASEC never thought of an African sister`s education, who would have done it for us today? They express their sincere thanks to the initiators of the program and the staff in USA for the tireless work and effort to run ASEC programs for African Sisters. They ensure us that ASEC is "bearing fruits that will last forever".

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