Posted on Mon, Sep 16, 2013
Present were (front row l to r): Mr. Edward, E-learning Coordinator at CUEA; Sr. Jane Wakahiu, LSOSF, ASEC Executive Director; Rev. Msgn Pius Rutechura, Vice Chancellor, Catholic University of Eastern Africa; Sister Rosemarie Nassif, SSND, Director of the Catholic Sisters Initiative at Conrad N. Hilton Foundation; Dr. Rita Njageh of the Directorate of Academic Linkages at CUEA; Sr. Lina Wanjiku, ASEC Director for East Africa; Prof. Justus Mbae, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Academics at CUEA(back row) as well as faculty and staff at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).
Sr. Jane Wakahiu, LSOSF, ASEC Executive Director and Sr. Rosemarie Nassif, SSND, Director of the Catholic Sisters Initiative at the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation met in July 2013 with representatives at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) to evaluate progress of the HESA program.
Sr. Jane Wakahiu, Sr. Rosemarie Nassif, Rev. Msgn Pius Rutechura, and Sr. Lina Wanjiku at the meeting
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