House of Studies in Kenya (Sep. 2011)

Nancy Ong'era

Our MMM Sisters prepare for mission at our House of Studies in Kenya.

Sister Nancy, 30, from Kenya, pictured right, is one of seven Sisters at our House of Studies in Nairobi. A qualified laboratory technician, she is upgrading to a BSc in Medical Laboratory Science at Kenya Methodist University.

Sister Jovita, 29, from Uganda, was missioned to Rwanda after profession. She is working on her BA in Sustainable Human Development at Tangaza College in Nairobi.

Sister Chiagoziem, 34, is from Nigeria. She gained a BSc in Biochemistry and Microbiology before entering MMM. After an assignment in Kenya she completed a Diploma in Theology. She is now studying medicine at the University of Nairobi.

Jovita Niwebyooana Chiagoziem Onwuguruike Pauline Kongo 1

Sr Jovita

Sr Chiagoziem

Sr Pauline

Jaquelline Nalubega Evelyn Akhalumenyo 1 Angela Katalyeba 1

Sr Jaquelline

Sr Evelyn

Sr Angela

Sister Pauline, 30, from Kenya, had a Diploma in Pharmaceutical Technology before entering MMM. After experience in Makiungu Hospital in Tanzania, she is upgrading to a BSc in Pharmacy at Kenya Methodist University.

Sister Jacquelline, 44, from Uganda, is a nurse-midwife. An experienced missionary, she has served in Brazil, Rwanda, and Angola. She is doing studies to prepare her to accompany women who will be entering MMM.

Also studying medicine at the University of Nairobi, Sister Evelyn, 28, is from Nigeria. She has a Diploma in Applied Microbiology from the University of Benin. She has had mission experience in the Republic of Benin.

Sister Angela, 34, from Tanzania, has a BSc in Food Science and Technology. Her first mission was to Nigeria. After experience as director of our Mapambazuku Training Centre in Tanzania, she is upgrading in administration. She is also studying French to prepare for her assignment to Rwanda.

"Reading the signs of the times in a rapidly changing world we shall be alert to new needs, opportunities and approaches and be ready to undertake such appropriate study as may be necessary for our more effective participation and ministry." MMM Constitutions