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Restituta Francis Kokulamuka


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Sister Restituta Francis Kokulamuka, IHSA, is a member of the Congregation of the Immaculate Heart Sisters in the Coastal Region. She holds a diploma in education of development. Sr. Kokulamuka currently works as a students’ matron at the secondary school level where she provides education to youth on religious studies, moral values, and ethical issues. Additionally, she is involved in conflict resolution as a family counselor and offers mediation in the realm of conflicts within marriages, peer relationships, and among congregation members. Sr. Kokulamuka is engaged in developing the Center for Transformation and Entrepreneurship which will train women and youth to develop their entrepreneurship skills. She is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and has been providing training surrounding self-employment and economic emancipation that focuses on locally available resources and opportunities within the community. Sr. Kokulamuka is part of the inaugural cohort of the Women in Faith Leadership Fellowship.

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