Wednesday, November 18, 2009

My dearest friends at CED Program

My dearest friends,

First of all let me say congratulation to all of you for what you have done to accomplish the CED Program which was concluded at Kibaha – Bungo at 31st of October 2009. I don’t care if you went home very late and come across kachumbari zikiwa zimechacha.

Let me remind you two things,

First it was 17th of August 2007 on Friday 14:51:31 when our sister Rukia Program coordinator sent to us the following msg.

“Dear Participants,
We are pleased to inform you that the venue for Dar es Salaam classes will be at National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) complex. This is situated near Ocean Road Hospital between World Health Organization (WHO) and State House.

We believe you received information concerning Course Outline and Class Schedule. The orientation will be on Sunday 2nd September from 9.00 to 13.00 hours followed by the week of class session. It is very important that you attend the orientation session because registration is done at this stage.

For those who have financial outstanding for the first installment, please pay to enable smooth running of the course.

Best regards”

It was also on 23rd November 2007 around 15:06:30 on Friday also when Rukia sent us the following msg.

“Dear all,

1. Find your ID number plus Bar codes for USN library use.
2. We will start processing your ID's after signatures. You will be notified when they are ready.

Contact us if you have a problem.

CED Program”

Am not so sure if there is one of us who got an opportunity to use the Bar code to access USN Library, but any way I don’t care we have done it.

It was also in November 4th, 2009 our program director sent to us the following msg

Ref: OUT Graduation Ceremony.

Dear participants,
I hope this finds you well.
On October 31st, 2009 the Open University held its 21st Graduation Ceremony in Kibaha. As in the past, following an agreement reached between the Open University and the Community Economic Development Program, our students were allowed to walk during the ceremony.

To attend the 21st Graduation Ceremony organized, you have been cleared by an Academic Audit conducted by the CED Office in Tanzania. However, in addition to the Audit conducted by our office, a final Audit will be carried out by the Registrar’s Office at Southern New Hampshire University.

Please be advised that your attending the Graduation Ceremony at the Open University of Tanzania does not guarantee issuance of degree and transcript, as this is under the sole authority of Southern New Hampshire University.

Please be advised that if you have incomplete grades - not filled the Petition to Graduate Form - not fully paid your tuition - not submitted your Final Project Report, you will not receive a certificate and transcript from SNHU. This means that you have not graduated.

It is our hope that you will assist us in going through this process.

Congratulations on your accomplishments.

Yours, Sincerely

Michel Adjibodou
Director, CED Program

Now we are where we are, may God Bless You all and give you what you worked for.

Thank you all, please pray for me to remember so that I can also remind you.
Mhache P. A.

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