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SLDI Phase IV: Superiors Training Sessions

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Wed, Aug 3, 2016

Ten six-day training sessions for congregational leaders, including Superior Generals and Councilors, began in January and will continue to take place throughout the year.

Superiors Training Sessions

In addition, ten six-day training sessions for congregational leaders, including Superior Generals and Councilors, began in January 2016 and will continue to take place throughout the year. To date six Superiors training sessions have been completed with 330 Superiors participating. Congregational leaders attended the training in large numbers and have expressed gratitude for the opportunity to have a snapshot experience of what their sisters’ learn in SLDI. The training is an opportunity for them to build their capacity as leaders and to be of support to the sisters who participate in ASEC programs.

Another important achievement this year includes the initial Superior training and initial Basic Technology workshop for sisters in Lesotho.

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