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Celebrating SEGA & Nurturing Minds Volunteers

Meet Susan Schneider – Peace Corps Volunteer at SEGA In honor of National Volunteer Week, April 23-29, we are celebrating one of SEGA’s volunteers – Susan Schneider! SEGA recently welcomed Susan Schneider, a Peace Corps volunteer, to the school’s team. Originally from Chicago, Susan has a background in teaching and corporate marketing. Throughout her life, […]

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Where Are They Now? Catching Up with SEGA’s 2016 Graduates

Record-high pass rates and SEGA’s career development internships are moving our 2016 graduates toward successful futures. We learned recently that 100% of SEGA’s 2016 graduates passed their national exams! This was a tremendous achievement for the students, and a first for SEGA as a school. Only about 70% of Tanzanian students pass these exams nationwide. […]

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Meet SEGA Board Member & Women’s Advocate: Hellen Nkalang’ango

In honor of International Day of the Woman on March 8th, we want to highlight a highly influential woman of our own – Hellen Nkalang’ango. Hellen is a SEGA board member and nurse/midwife, with a long and inspiring history of providing education and support to Morogoro’s underprivileged women and children. Hellen’s greatest passion is to […]

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SEGA Students Break the Chain of Violence with One Billion Rising’s Day of the Dance

This Valentine’s Day, the SEGA Girls School is standing against gender-based violence through #1BillionRising’s Day of the Dance. This Valentine’s Day, SEGA students stood up to “break the chain” of gender-based violence! Continuing a Valentine’s Day tradition that SEGA began last year, today SEGA students performed One Billion Rising’s Break the Chain Dance. One Billion […]

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