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Sisters begin degree program at St. Augustine University - Tanzania (SAUT)

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Mon, Sep 9, 2013

Eight sisters attended a HESA orientation at the Holistic Center in Morogoro, Tanzania in preparation for entry into a bachelor’s degree program at St. Augustine University (SAUT), in Mwanza, Tanzania. Sisters are expected to complete their Education degrees in three years.

Sisters stand together at their HESA orientation presenting their new laptops
 (from left to right) Sr. Pelagia Chimpa, Sr. Magreth Kiria, Sr. Restituta Msemwa, Sr. Spesioza Massawe, Sr. Agripina Fidelis, Sr. Efrosina Mbiki, Sr. Venosa Mshana, Sr. Yustina Yilima

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Eight sisters attended a HESA orientation on 6-7 September, 2013 at the Holistic Center in Morogoro, Tanzania in preparation for entry into a bachelor’s degree program at St. Augustine University (SAUT), in Mwanza, Tanzania. Sisters will seek degrees in Education. Sisters began their coursework at SAUT on September 9, 2013 and are expected to complete their degree program in three years.

A Framework of Cooperation was signed between ASEC and SAUT on July 25, 2013 creating the second higher education partnership in the HESA program.

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