CRS Uganda’s Sister Pauline Receives Leadership Award

We received great news today: As reported last month, Sister Pauline Silver Acayo, head of CRS Uganda’s office in Gulu who visited U.S. parishes in the fall of 2008, was a finalist for the 2010 Outstanding Leadership Award from the International Development Committee of the Association for Conflict Resolution. Today we learned that she was selected as one of the two winners for this year’s award. The selection committee “felt that [our] organization exemplifies the qualities of outstanding leadership in promoting conflict resolution in international development projects.” Congratulations Sister Pauline and the rest of the CRS Uganda staff!

Reported by Debbie DeVoe, CRS’ regional information officer for eastern and southern Africa based in Nairobi

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3 Responses to “CRS Uganda’s Sister Pauline Receives Leadership Award”

  1. Achii Pamela Says:

    Congratulations Sr, PAULINE. WE Beleive God will contniue to use you to serve and speak for our brothers and sister that are traumatised by warin Northern Ugandaand beyond

    we are proud of this!!!
    congratulations

  2. Dan Barigye Says:

    Dear Sr Pauline,
    Congratulations and thanks for shining!!!
    You made us proud and continue carrying the energy in your daily life.

  3. abdul nasuru Says:

    Dear sr paullin,
    you have alwayes tried to put smille in the face of others and that is a big reward for your good leadership,We always look at you as a savior. Please struggle for the better life of your people.

    GOD bless you,
    congs.

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