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ASEC launches our new website

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
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When you have a moment, check out our website redesign, which has been 1.5 years in the making!

Today we have launched our newly redesigned website at asec-sldi.org. The new website features a brand new look for ASEC, and is also completely responsive so that all of our news and information can be viewed on smart phones and tablets.

In addition to the technological updates of the website, there are a lot more great features for our website visitors.

  • Many new quotes and success stories of the sisters in our program have been added
  • Our news has been reviewed and organized. It is also separated into categories and searchable so that you can easily find what you are looking for.
  • Most of the website text has been rewritten to give website visitors a more complete understanding of who we are and the impact that we are making.
  • Many of the new statistics, facts, and figures from the recent SLDI and HESA evaluation reports are now on the website.
  • We've added more information for donors, and different levels of gift opportunities. In the future we plan to create more giving campaigns to focus on specific programs that are in need of funding.

We hope you enjoy the new website and we welcome any feedback you have on it!

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