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Sr. Florida receives a promotion after studying accounting through our scholarship program
"The knowledge I got from the finance course shaped my capability of working. I became more efficient, confidence and competent in performing various responsibilities. Soon after completing the course I was upgraded and became a project coordinator of the congregation."
Am Sr. Florida Kaigalula, DOLPH. I belong to the indigenous Religious Congregation of Daughters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help located inBukoba Diocese. Currently I am a student at Cardinal Rugambwa Memorial University College (CARUMUCO), taking two years diploma course in Accountancy under ASEC Scholarship.
I am enthusiastically like to share with the readers the influence and motivation experiences I obtained after attending Sldiprogramme in finance aspect of view from 2014 – 2015. The knowledge I got from the finance course shaped my capability of working. I became more efficient, confidence and competent in performing various responsibilities. Soon after completing the course I was upgraded and became a project coordinator of the congregation. This accountability gave me a very good experience to work with different organization within the country and abroad. Economically, it uplifted the sustainability development of our congregation and the people I was serving. It again created the opportunity to me becoming in charge of the Centenary Pastoral Centre in Bukoba Catholic Diocese. Actually it is a great pleasure to serve different people, helping the needy and become a focal point in solving social, economic and spiritual calamities encountered the society.
Education is the fundamental of higher performance and high productivity. It is through education that am motivated and empowered to use the acquired skill to meet my desire of serving God globally. I achieved thisrealization because of the knowledge obtained in Sldi - finance course and two years programs respectively. My further anticipation is to continue empowering African girls, women and entire society at large with confidence, competence and integrity.
Whenever we manage to empower a woman we likely have the opportunity to influence development and eradicating poverty in Tanzania. Readers, writers and all the impressed people of development wake up! Let’s join together to support women and girls towards economic expansion.
This project is directly addressing UN Sustainable Development Goal(s):Sr. Florida Kaigalula, DOLPH
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