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SLDI Finance Course I - Ghana

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Mon, Jun 9, 2014

The SLDI Financial Management I course runs from June 1, 2014 to June 27, 2014. The course is offered at the Sisters Hospitallers Convent, Elmina.

From right to left standing: Sr. Mary Doris Oporku, HDR, Sr. Achiaa Akota Baffour, SSL, Sr. Millicent F. Agyemang, SIJ, Sr. Mary Gloria Yeboah, HDR, Sr. Viji Nedumattam, CHF, Sr. Annie Antony Kadaviparampbil, SFN, Sr. Mary Gbanaab, DC, Sr. Florence Kaito, OLA, Sr. Dani Xavier, MSJ, Sr. Julia Shiji Souru Moolan, CHF, Sr. Elizabeth Bemah Osei, OLA, Sr. Lilian Briege, CSC, Sr. Jhansi Rani Didla, JMJ, Sr. Dina Yiguro, SIJ, Sr. Miriam Annabel Ediedu, IHM, Down from left: Sr. Matilda Quist, SSPS, Sr. Gifty Bayeldeng, FMM, Sr. Lucy Ayomah, SSL, Sr. Evelyn Frimpong, OLA & Sr. Lydia Berewono, SMI These 20 sisters from 13 different Congregations working in Ghana are currently participating in the SLDI Finance Workshop which is taking place at the Sisters Hospitallers Convent, Elmina from June 1, 2014 to June 27, 2014. The sisters run a variety of ministries including teaching, farming, nursing and running homes for the less fortunate. Financial management will provide sisters with the opportunity to apply best practices in their ministries and plan for sustainability of these projects.

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