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Administration Course I - Tanzania

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The SLDI Administration I course ran from June 7, 2014 to July 5, 2014. The course was offered at the Holistic Center.

Featured above is a group photograph of the Tanzania Administration I class.

Sr. Hellen Murungi Karambu's Experience

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Above: Facilitator Sr. Gail Cabral, IHM from Marywood University with students Sr. Christa Mrosso and Sr. Flora Mtabo

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Tanzania students receiving their laptops and textbooks.

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Students in class with Facilitator Sr. Gail Cabral

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