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A Visit to APOPO – An Unusual yet Well Respected Organization

Students Learn about the Latest Science in Land Mine Detection Last week Form Three students went on a very unique field trip. Pauline, Sega’s counselor and life skills teacher, organized a trip to visit APOPO, a training facility in Morogoro for rats (yes, rats!) where they learn to detect land mines and Tuberculosis. While this […]

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New Canteen Nearly Ready for Business

A New Entrepreneurial Opportunity for Students The new canteen is almost ready for business! Built with funds from Fundacion Paraguaya, with support from the Mastercard foundation, the canteen will provide another opportunity for students to learn business skills and earn money for the school. Currently the Business Club is working with a specified budget to […]

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The Anti-Ivory Club Takes a Field Trip

SEGA Students Teach Anti-Ivory Education Yesterday thirty-two students from  SEGA’s Anti-Ivory Club took a field trip to the Yespa Secondary School in the Kihonda village of Morogoro to teach the Yespa students about saving elephants and stopping the ivory trade. The girls shared their knowledge about poaching and anti-ivory practices through song, interactive learning and discussion.  […]

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2013 Annual Report

Highlights from Our 2013 Annual Report 2013 was a very busy and successful year for SEGA and Nurturing Minds! With that in mind, we hope you’ll take a moment to read our Annual Report and take credit for our accomplishments because we could not have done any of this without you! A few highlights we are […]

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