Nurturing Minds in Africa supports the ongoing development of the SEGA Girls School, that currently educates and empowers over 200 vulnerable Tanzanian girls annually.


Impact - A Campus for 200 Girls

With help from USAID and our generous supporters, the SEGA Girls School campus is now complete . >>READ MORE

Impact - Academic Success

Of SEGA’s current alumnae (2013 and 2014 graduates) 88% are continuing with further education. >>READ MORE

Impact - Leaders for Tomorrow

Our “Education for Life” program works to empower our students with improved confidence, higher self-esteem and strong leadership skills.>>READ MORE

Impact - First Step to Sustainability

Our school-run guest house teaches SEGA students hotel/hospitality industry skills and hosts visitors to SEGA throughout the year.  >>READ MORE
















SEGA Students Accepted to Ashoka Changemaker Camp

Two SEGA students in Form 3 have been accepted to the Ashoka Changemaker Camp for East Africa held in Rwanda this year! The two-day camp will be held December 7 and 8. There were many applicants, and only 7 students from all of Tanzania were selected.