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District superintendents attend a two-day training in Freetown in basic computer skills Sept. 8, 2016. The training, organized by John Yambasu (left), was to equip the superintendents to use laptops donated by United Methodist Communications upon their return to their districts. Photo courtesty of Phileas Jusu, United Methodist Communications

Photo courtesty of Phileas Jusu, United Methodist Communications

District superintendents attend a two-day training in Freetown in basic computer skills Sept. 8, 2016. The training, organized by John Yambasu (left), a Global Missionary Fellow in Sierra Leone, was to equip the superintendents — some of whom did not have computer knowledge before — to use laptops donated by United Methodist Communications upon their return to their districts.

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