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Meeting of the Administrators of the Administrative Units of Africa

29/07/2019: Kenya

The meeting of the Provincial and District Administrators of Africa took place in Nairobi from the 8th to the 11th of July.

The main objectives of the meeting were:

  • To share our life and mission as Administrators of the Administrative Units.
  • To share the strategic plan of the General Administration, especially the different initiatives of the Econome General and their implications for the region of Africa.
  • To share the experience of implementation in each administrative unit of the project of sustainability for Marist life and mission.
  • Insertion of financial data in the Domus programme.
  • To analyze the various shared projects in the region and their impact on each of the Administrative Units.
  • To launch the network of bursars in Africa.

The bursars of the various Administrative Units took part in the meeting: Camille Sandratana (Province of Madagascar), Pascal Funsa (West Africa District), Innocent Ndubisi (Province of Nigeria), John Bwanali (Province of South Africa), Francisco Baeza (Province of East Central Africa). Matthew Mary Ogudu and Nicholas Banda representing MIC also took part. Finally, taking part as guests were Malisaba Straton (member of the Finance Committee of MIC and MIUC), Adrienne Egbers (member of the International Council for Economic Affairs) and Libardo Garzón (Econome General).

Brothers Francisco Baeza and John Bwanali were elected as coordinators of the Network of African Bursars. It was very important and enriching to highlight the aspects in which progress is being made, in the different challenges in each of the Administrative Units, as well as in the region.

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