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Students Learn Sustainable and High Yield Planting Techniques

The NAFAKA Project Teaches Important Farming Skills   On Tuesday this week, a representative from USAID came to SEGA to continue the NAFAKA Project. The NAFAKA Project is a USAID program designed to “improve smallholder farmer productivity and profitability with maize and rice… and sustainably reduce poverty and food insecurity by increasing incomes for smallholder farmers.” The […]

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SEGA’s Anti-Ivory Club & JulietteSpeaks Work Together

A Fundraiser to Stop Elephant Poaching & Empower SEGA’s Anti-Ivory Club SEGA’s Anti-Ivory Club is taking their activism to a new level with the help of  JulietteSpeaks, an organization committed to saving elephants and developing youth leaders. Beginning on February 1, 2015 JulietteSpeaks launched a fundraiser to raise money for SEGA’s Anti-Ivory Club so that the club can further […]

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A Class Act

The New Semester Begins with Great News The roaring cheer was part joy and part relief. Form III students had been waiting months to receive their National Examinations of Tanzania (NECTA) results from the previous year. They received the scores and learned that for a third consecutive year, 100% of the Form III’s passed their Form […]

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