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Administration Course I - Kenya

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Mon, Jul 14, 2014

The SLDI Administration I course ran from May 5, 2014 to May 30, 2014. The course was offered at the Tumaini Center/ChemChemi.

Above is a group photograph featuring:

FRONT ROW from Left to Right: Srs. Olpha, Elizabeth, Caroline, Esther, Catherine, Norah, Susan, Pauline and Mary.

2nd ROW from Left to Right: Srs. Flora, Veronica, Lucy Marietta, Gladys, Caroline, Teresia, Yvonne Perpetua, Mary Daniel, Anne and Emily.

3rd ROW from Left to Right: Srs. Magdalene, Leah, Phoebe, Saratu, Linner Georgina, Margaret Stella and Lily.

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Sr. Margaret receiving her laptop from Sr. Lina.

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From Left to Right: Sr. Lina, Victoria from CORAT AFRICA, and Sr. Mary Daniel of South Sudan cutting a cake to mark the end of the 1st year of the Administration Course.

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The beautiful gate of the Tumaini Centre where the Administration course took place.

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