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GSR: Sharing voices of African sisters

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)

Sr. Jane Mwangi, Dimesse Sisters, Kenya (GSR photo / Melanie Lidman)

Posted on Mon, Feb 13, 2017

In Nairobi Kenya, Global Sisters Report led a writing workshop for sisters who are in leadership positions or are superiors general of their congregations. Here, sisters tell their stories.

Before looking forward to the future, it is also essential to look back at the stories that shaped each sister on her journey to where she is today. By capturing and sharing these stories, it helps sisters understand where they've been, to have a clearer picture of where they are going.

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Melanie Lidman


Correspondent for Africa and the Middle East, Global Sisters Report  

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