California Magazine: Being the Change – Cal Alums Pitch in to Educate Girls in Tanzania
August 9, 2016 – Girls matter. That’s the philosophy behind a successful secondary school in Tanzania that is educating the perennially poor in a country where only one in four females continues past seventh grade.
Newton News: ForGirlSake Segment – Featuring Nurturing Minds & SEGA
August 3, 2016 – Investing in the education of women and girls is exactly what Forgirlsake is doing. These educational opportunities provide a solid foundation for girls to be stronger in achieving their goals and help in their community development, which in turn, helps the global society.
2012 Video – Giving Girls A Voice
A few weeks ago, Vanessa Mdee joined an event at the U.S. Embassy Tanzania discussing girls’ education through a global digital dialogue with First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama and adolescent girls from around the world. She also took some time to chat with Esther and Susan from SEGA Secondary School in Morogoro about what their education means to them! USAID has helped SEGA expand its educational facilities so it can better serve underprivileged girls in Tanzania.
Ambassador Alfonso E. Lendhardt, 2015 ASHA Conference
Acting USAID Administrator, Ambassador Alfonso E. Lendhardt, speaks about SEGA at the ASHA Conference in Washington, DC on March 31, 2015. Note: the Ambassador’s speech about SEGA starts at 7:25. Watch the Video Here.