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Laptops have arrived in the Uganda office for HESA and SLDI studentsPosted on Wed, Feb 1, 2017
The 100 laptops are a donation from ASEC Office in USA to the Ugandan sisters who will participate in the SLDI and HESA programs this year.
It was all joy at Uganda ASEC Office when the laptops finally arrived this afternoon. The ASEC Country Director Sr. Mary Germina Keneema, and the ASEC Country Coordinator Sr. Irene Lucy Onyai received 100 laptops delivered by DHL truck at ARU Secretariat in Kampala. The laptops are a donation from ASEC Office in USA to the sisters who will participate in the ASEC programs of HESA and SLDI this year. The ASEC staff in Uganda is grateful to God, donors and all those who have helped in the process of clearing these computers.
Article Submitted by:
Sr. Irene Lucy Onyai, LSMIG
Programs Coordinator – Uganda
Sr. Mary Germina Keneema, MSMMC
Director – Uganda
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