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SLDI Finance Course I - Tanzania

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Mon, Jun 30, 2014

The SLDI Financial Management I course was held from May 3, 2014 to May 31, 2014. The course was offered at the Holistic Center in Tanzania.

Above is a group photograph of the student participants posing with their laptops. Twenty five sisters have benefited from this program. Each participant was so thankful for the laptop they were provided as well as their textbooks. Finance was taught for three weeks, with one week of grant writing and and two days of learning Quick Book software.

Those who attended class were the following (in no particular order): Srs. THERESIA NYANCHAMBA, VERONIKA TIMALIAS, FEDES LEMA, VICTORIA KIWALE, GEORGIA AUDAX, ANITA GORDIAN, CONSOLATA ANDREA, BOSIRE   ANNAH, ADELA MWADUSO, WILFRIDA  ASSENGA, EVETHA MLINGI, ATHANASIA MREMA, DORICE TARIMO, MARY LUUMI, IMMACULATA  MGENI, DEODATA SERIKALI, JOSEPHINA NICAS, ADOLFINA BALAGOMWA, RITA MKENDA, LUCIA SHIRIMA, CHRISTINA NIKUZE, JULIANA GURTY (QAMBO), JOSE CHIWINGA, EMMANUELA KAPINDA, AND MERCY NGULUMI.

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Above: Students during class time.

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Above: Sisters with their laptops

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Above: Group discussion with teacher Ms. Beatrice

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Above: Class time

 

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