Sr. Annette Farrell is Irish. She initiated almost all of the educational projects run by Holy Union Sisters in Tanzania and still keeps a sharp eye on them.
Sr. Adriana van den Berg is English. She is Director at Matumaini Centre for disabled children and their families. She also acts as Bursar to the Community.
Sr. Mairead Mulligan is Irish. She is a member of the formation team and also Director of Holy Union Pre- and Primary School.
Sr Marion Francis Walsh is Irish and a member of the formation team. She also helps with the administration of Debrabant Secondary School.
Sr. Dostea Msenga is Tanzanian. She teaches religion in several local schools and is involved in organising the sisters of the diocese. After completing a formation course in Zambia she is now serving as Novice Mistress since January 2016.
Sr. Agatha Tarimo is Tanzanian and having completed her degree in Mathematics at Tangaza College Nairobi, she is now Headmistress at Holy Union Primary School.
Sr. Benedicta Marandu is Tanzanian and having completed her training, now teaches in our Montessori Kindergarten. She has made her final commitment and is also responsible for the development of the farm.
Sr. Maria Luvinga is Tanzanian. She has been teaching in Maji Matitu Primary and Holy Union Primary schools. She has made her final vows and is continuing her University studies.
Sr. Eugenia Mshana is Tanzanian. After completing her secondary Education Maria taught in Debrabant SS. She has made her final vows and is continuing her educational studies at Jordan University in Morogoro.
Sr. Alice Nyaga is Kenyan. She is part of the Formation team. After working as a catechist for a year she attended a formation course in Zambia and will has been working with the pre-novices since January 2015.
Sr. Jesca Ndege is Tanzanian. Having completed her fourth year studies in Debrabant SS in January 2015 she is now working at Matumaini.
Sr. Emiliana Mshana is Tanzanian. She made her profession as a sister in 2014 and is now teaching in our COBET unit until she begins her training as a nurse.
Fides Peter is Tanzanian. She entered the Novitiate in February 2015, having completed her catechetical course at Sanya Juu.
Scholastica Meia is Tanzanian. She returned from Cameroon as a professed sister in 2015 and after some time working in community will begin her training as a teacher.
Glory Beda is Tanzanian. She has completed her course in Catechetics as a pre-novice and is currently training at the new Novitiate in Dundani.
Antonia Msoffe is Tanzanian. She has completed her course in Catechetics as a pre-novice and has begun her novitiate at Dundani.
Olimpia Crispin is Tanzanian and beginning her religious life as a pre-novice. She is currently on a two-year catechetical course at Sanya Juu.