There are 33 Sisters of St Louis in the Ghana Region working across five dioceses. Eighteen of these are involved in education. Seven sisters work in the St Louis Jubilee School in Kentinkrono, which is a private school owned and run by the Sisters of St Louis. The remaining Sisters minister at different levels in other St Louis institutions, and in public schools run by the government.

Four sisters are engaged in health ministry in diocesan hospitals and one clinic across four dioceses. There are four sisters in leadership (three of these are also involved in education), two novice mistresses and other formators. Five sisters are in other ministries apart from teaching and nursing. Each sister in Ghana is involved in additional ministries, such as pastoral work, ministry to women, and community development.

Three sisters are studying at University and one of our sisters is currently unwell. There are five women currently in the novitiate - four in first year and one in second year. We are expecting one new postulant to join us soon.

Our life in Ghana

Click on any of the thumbnail images below to view a slideshow of the different areas of work that we are involved in.


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Health care

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Where we are

  • Benin


  • Brazil


  • England


  • Ethiopia


  • France


  • Ghana


  • Ireland


  • Nigeria


  • United States

    United States