Transforming lives and communities by educating Tanzanian girls
Educating and empowering Tanzanian girls who are poor, marginalized and at-risk of becoming involved in exploitative forms of child labor.
Building a brighter future for Tanzanian girls since 2008.
Be a part of transforming lives by getting involved today.
OVER 560 GIRLS
Educated and empowered at the SEGA Girls’ School and through continuing education scholarships and community outreach programs per year
“I feel strongly that there is nothing more important than educating and empowering girls to reach their full potential. SEGA gives girls the opportunity not only to learn new skills and further their education but helps them to feel worthy and strong enough to pursue their dreams so they can make a difference in their communities.” – Becky Manley, Student Sponsor
Period. End of Sentence. addresses this issue in the Academy Award winning short documentary film. Come see the film and hear from our diverse panel; because a period should end a sentence -- not a girls' education.