USAID boosts Sega girls’ school

MOROGORO: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through its American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) department, has announced funding for the construction project of Sega Girls’ Secondary School located in Mkundi, Kihonda Ward, Morogoro Municipality.

A statement issued on Thursday, by the school’s Director of the Sega organization and Manager of Sega Girls’ Secondary School, Laina Mwandoloma says the project aims to improve the learning environment and promote educational development for students and the surrounding community.

“This project brings hope to Sega Girls’ School, which currently serves 280 talented students who were at risk of discontinuing their education or not receiving quality education. It will provide them with excellent education and various opportunities to achieve their goals.

“The construction aims to enhance modern infrastructure, including a dormitory for 48 girls, a biology laboratory, which has long been a necessity for the school to improve practical teaching, a school fence, workshops, and a guardhouse,” she explained.

She added that the project will improve the learning environment, ensure student safety, and enable the school to accommodate and serve more students while enhancing security for female students.

The Director mentioned that the school is surrounded by residential areas, thus requiring a peaceful and conducive learning environment to prevent students from being lured outside the school premises.

The project will expand the school’s scope by providing practical training in music, poultry farming, tailoring, and vegetable farming.

“This is expected to benefit both the students and the Sega community at large, aiming to produce skilled graduates who can succeed and become catalysts for positive change in their families and communities,” she added.

This project aims to maintain friendly relations between Tanzania and the United States by promoting important principles such as gender equality, technological innovation, and innovative teaching and learning methods.

Additionally, the project focuses on sustainable development, emphasizing environmental conservation and addressing the needs of people with disabilities, values cherished by the American society and prioritized by the Government of Tanzania.

Nurturing Minds, based in the United States and the main sponsor of Sega Girls’ Secondary School, has received funding amounting to $476,000 from the American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) department to improve Sega School’s infrastructure.

The project implementation is expected to span four years, officially commencing in October 2023 and projected to be completed by September 2027.

“We thank all stakeholders who contributed to the success of this project and continue to welcome their collaboration in our efforts to improve education in Tanzania,” she concluded.

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