Help Support a Tree Nursery at Sega Girls School in Tanzania, East Africa.
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Gerard Hertel, Stewardship Manager, Gordon Natural Area (West Chester University of PA) does forest health research near Morogoro , Tanzania and is helping the SEGA School raise money for a tree nursery. $6,000 is needed to start the nursery. The school will use these funds to engage students in raising 10,000 tree seedlings for planting around the school grounds and neighboring areas. The Sega Girls School provides a safe haven and quality education to vulnerable girls who otherwise would not get the chance to go to secondary school. In addition to academic and life skills, the school aims to instill a respect for the natural environment and includes a permaculture gardening program.
Nurturing Minds in the NewsApril 2010
Suntech of America donates 22 solar panels for the new school building (worth $30,000 in Tanzania)
Eastern Penn Manufacturing Co/Deka Batteries has donated batteries to supply our system
Mary Lynn Richardson Foundation donates $3,000 towards Sega's Agricultural Program
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church dontates $5,000 towards Sega's Non-Formal Education Day Program and HIV Training
Please donate whatever you can to sponsor the tree nursery.
It can all be done on line (say it is for the tree nursery)!
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