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CATUC hosts and graduates pioneer batch of sisters on ASEC/SLDI program- Cameroon

African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC)
Posted on Sat, Nov 21, 2015

The pioneer batch of sisters – trainees in Administrative Management and in Finance Management have graduated after following an intensive one-year course work that started in August 2014. From the Catholic University of Cameroon, Bamenda

Graduation at the Catholic University of Cameroon, CATUC, Bamenda.

In an interview with the ASEC/SLDI Coordinator for Cameroon, Sr. Claris Remjika, explained that the essence of the training program is to empower sisters with capacities that enables them to be more efficient and effective in their ministries, so as to ensure greater impact in their various congregations and in the communities where they are called to serve; so that they can be proper instruments of change.
 
Also present were ASEC Coordinator for West Africa Sr. Clementina Obembe and Sr. Francisca Damaoh, the ASEC Coordinator for Ghana; and Major Superiors and Delegates. The National President of Men Superiors. Rev. Fr. Paulin Nemeh and his Women counterpart Sr. Robetta.      

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