(SEGA) operates a girls’ secondary boarding school in Morogoro, Tanzania. SEGA is made up of a core group of four Tanzanian citizens and one American committed to improving the lives of Tanzanian girls. The Sega Girls School provides quality academic education to marginalized girls, emphasizing leadership skills, social responsibility, self-sustainability and environmental care.
A past volunteer noted, "“You hear a lot about giving opportunities to help girls education in third world countries and I can say with enthusiasm that the SEGA Girls School works. To meet the teachers, volunteers and especially the girls was a rewarding experience I will carry with me always.”
Although there are few details online detailing the volunteer program, you can be sure it involves helping education, teach, and work with the girls in the program.
Service learning projects are available but may be arranged on a case-by-case basis since there is no formal volunteer program. Placements depend on skills and range from 3 months to a year.
Contact the organization directly for specifics.
For more information about volunteering with Secondary Education for Girls’ Advancement (SEGA), visit them online: