Beds and Blankets for Vulnerable Tanzanian Girls

 
$9,078
$4,922
Raised
Remaining
Apr 7, 2014

Sega Girls School Plans for Computer Expansion

Sega Girls School Campus
Sega Girls School Campus

Our new students who started in January are fully settled  into campus life, studies and their dorms & furnishings thanks to Global Giving supporters.

Sega has just received news of a USAID award that will enable it to expand its computer lab from 7 to  50 computers for our 180 students. This will be a tremendous improvement allowing more students to access computers and develop their skills.

In March, Sega celebrated International Women's Day. Excerpt from the student speech:

Up to now we see a lot of changes for women's development.  We have equal rights between men and women and also women's have a chance of sharing ideas and become leaders.  A good example is from our lovely school SEGA, the head of the school is a woman.  As a peer educator club up to now we learn a lot of thing and the important thing which have already learned is "Women have a good chance more than men."

Thank you for your support

International Day for Women Celebration
International Day for Women Celebration
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Julie Bourgoin

Valley Forge, PA United States

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