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Nusura’s First Week

Embracing the Challenges and Highlights of American Life Nusura, a third-year Sega student participating in an exchange program at the Friend’s Central School outside of Philadelphia, has had a very busy first week. Within a matter days she has started school, adjusted to family life with the Saligman family and even visited Washington D.C.! Concerning […]

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Sega Student Participates in Exchange Program

Friends Central and Saligman Family Welcome Nusura Since Sega’s formation there has been a steady stream of volunteers and supporters who have visited Sega’s campus in Morogoro, but very few opportunities for Sega students to visit the US. We are pleased to say, however, that one brave Sega student is changing this pattern! Just a […]

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Educating Girls Improves the Economy

The World Economic Forum recently published the Global Gender Gap Report 2013. This is the most recent in a series of annual reports since 2006 that quantify the relative gaps between men and women in 133 countries in 4 key areas: Economic participation and opportunity Educational attainment Health and survival Political empowerment The report is detailed, […]

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