Administration Course II - Kenya

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

The SLDI Administration II course ran from June 2, 2014 to June 27, 2014. The course was offered at the Tumaini Center/ChemChemi.

FIRST ROW from left to right: Srs. Mary, Millicent, Philaris, Lucrecia, Prisca, Carlo, Emma, Fridah, Elizabeth, Calvin, and Ancilla

SECOND ROW from left to right: Srs. Agatha, Judith, Veronica, Josephine,, Eliza, Margargaret, Lilian, Helene Claire, Mercy, Josephine, Lioba, Mary Caroline, Lina, Schola, Albina, Helene Rosemary and Jennifer.


Sr. Hellen Claire receiving her text books from Sr. Lina.


The Sisters were not left behind during World Environment Day. They participated in tree planting.


The Sisters are very busy filling out their evaluation forms.

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