This photograph was taken outside the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Featured are the University administration, HESA students, ASEC Program Coordinators, ASEC Executive Director and AOSK, Secretary General.
ASEC forms a partnership with CUEA in Nairobi. Students in the HESA program will transfer to CUEA in their second year of studies.
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