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New horizons: authentic and transforming leadership for a new Africa

12/08/2015: Kenya

The workshop New Horizons was celebrated in Dimesse, Nairobi from July 27 to August 7, 2015, organized for the directors of the Marist Schools and other schools which were invited from the Provinces of Madagascar and Central Eastern Africa (PACE). 

The theme of the Seminar centered itself on the development of Marist leaderships and their contribution to the development of Africa and the evangelization of children and youth by means of education. 

The workshop presented six modules or forms directed by Prof. Joseph Kwabena Onyinah (Ghana), Br, Michael Burke, from the Christian Brothers (South Africa), Br. Jonas, Combonian (Kenya), Br. Antoine Kazindy (Rwanda), Prof. Frank Malloy and Br. David Hall (Australia).

The participants were 70 Brothers and lay men and women from the Marist Schools and also some religious Sisters invited by their Provinces. 

The workshop is an initiative of the African Commission for Mission which has the support of the Conference of Provincials of the African continent and of the Secretariat of the Missions.  For the development of the program, there was a working group and the support of Br. David Hall (Province of Australia), as facilitator.  

The project received financial help from international agencies and from the NGO SED from Spain, through the mediation of FMSI of Rome. Each Province also contributed for the financing.  

Next year there will be two workshops: one for the schools of the Province of Southern Africa and the other one for the Province of Nigeria and the District of Central Western Africa.

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