ASEC News

2015 SLDI Faculty Workshop

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Thu, Mar 19, 2015

A total of 29 faculty and coordinators were present for the three-day workshop held at Donum Dei Center in Nairobi, Kenya.

The purpose of the visit was to conduct a workshop for SLDI faculty. A total of 29 faculty and coordinators were present for the three-day workshop held at Donum Dei Center in Nairobi, Kenya. Facilitators of the workshop were: Sr. Anne Munley, IHM; Sr. Mary Gitau, Loreto Sisters, who focused on the culture of women religious in Africa; Ms. Augustas Muthigani, National Executive Secretary; and Sr. Jane Wakahiu, LSOSF. Faculty were pleased with the workshop as it was the first time they all gathered to share about their experiences. Also, they reviewed SLDI curriculum.

sldifaculty2
A portion of faculty involved in teaching SLDI Financial Management track
sldifaculty3Faculty teaching SLDI Administration track engage in discussion during SLDI faculty workshop, January 2015.

Leave a comment »

Share this story:

Keep Reading...

What I learned from the SLDI program (Finance Track)

Sr. Crescensia reflects how her experience in the SLDI Finance program has increased her technology skills, made her more confident in her work and inspired her to mentor other sisters in her congregation.

The SLDI program: a tool for transformation for sisters in Malawi.

Confidence and skilled gained through the SLDI program have transformed the lives of many sisters in Malawi.

The true mark of great leadership is what happens after the leader leaves the scene

Sr. Yvette's SLDI training made her realize it was not too late to start raising the next generation of leaders.

How Cheshire Homes is contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Sr. Clarina outlines how managing Cheshire Homes is contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of No Poverty, Good Health and Well-Being, Quality Education, and Climate Action.

20 Catholic Sisters in Malawi are realizing their dreams

Access to computers has been a major challenge to most of the Malawians. Luckily for those women religious attending the SLDI Administration workshop this dream has become a reality!

Invest in Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI)

Consider supporting a sister to study in the SLDI program for $5,000/year.

Donate Now »