Tanzania: Sega School Club

The Sega Anti-Ivory Club Takes on the New Year!

February 1, 20150 Comments

2015 will be a busy year for the activists of the Sega Girls’ School in Morogoro, Tanzania! The schedule has been finalized and it consists of presentations at 4 different schools, mentoring of new Anti-Ivory School Clubs nearby, and a field trip to a wildlife reserve. There is no limit to what these girls can do. Not […]

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Yespa Students Visit Sega to Learn How to Start Club

Yespa Students Visit Sega to Learn How to Start Club

August 28, 20140 Comments

Hi All!! Following the visit to Yespa School by members of the Sega Anti Ivory Club earlier this month it was agreed that Yespa students come to Sega. As some students from Yespa were motivated and were ready to form their own club in their school, SAIC was prepared to hold a session with them […]

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Field Trip to International Trade Fair (DITF)

Field Trip to International Trade Fair (DITF)

July 9, 20140 Comments

REPORT OF THE FIELD TRIP TO THE DAR ES SALAAM INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR (DITF) AT THE MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND TOURISM (MNRT) 1.PREAMBLE: The idea to visit the DITF was developed from the training session the SAIC had with the Wildlife Department in March 2014.Preparations were done by the SAIC patron and the MNRT […]

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Sega Reports from Training Session

Sega Reports from Training Session

May 2, 20140 Comments

It is my pleasure to share with you some of the written reports of the girls. These are the reports for the training session we did on the 6th of April. The girls were supposed to have a three parts report i.e theme one (covering the essence of ivory trade), theme two (covering the responsibilities […]

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Sega Anti-Ivory Club Outreach Program – May 2014

Sega Anti-Ivory Club Outreach Program – May 2014

May 2, 20140 Comments

SEGA  GIRLS’  SCHOOL  ANTI  IVORY  CLUB: OUTREACH PROGRAM MAY 2014: 1. OBJECTIVES: a) To educate youth about the Ivory trade in Tanzania.Target is two/three secondary schools located near Sega School (Kingo, Presbyteranean, Yespa, St.Anna, Father Pio and St.Dennis schools) b) Encourage other schools to establish similar Anti Ivory Clubs in their schools. c) Hold discussions […]

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Impact of Sega’s WMA Trip: Initial Thoughts

Impact of Sega’s WMA Trip: Initial Thoughts

November 3, 20130 Comments

Mr. Enock Gray, Sega Girls School teacher and adviser to the Sega Anti-Ivory Club, had these initial reflections on the impact of the students’ October 2013 trip to visit the Jukumu WMA. More details from the students to follow in future blog posts! SEGA SCHOOL ANTI IVORY CLUB PATRON MR. ENOCK GRAY (R) WITH SOME […]

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Sega School Club Takes Research & Reporting Trip to Jukumu WMA

Sega School Club Takes Research & Reporting Trip to Jukumu WMA

November 1, 20130 Comments

The Anti-Ivory Club at the Sega Girls School in Tanzania took a 3-day research and reporting field trip on October 18-20, 2013  to visit the Jukumu Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Below is the trip report from their teacher and club sponsor Mr. Enock Gray. What a tremendous learning adventure for these young ladies! Please stay […]

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Sega Girls Produce a Video About Poaching

October 4, 20130 Comments

Street theater – or in this case “field theater” is known to be a powerful method for spreading awareness among the general public. Members of the Sega Girls School Anti-Ivory Club put together this enactment of elephants and poachers, ending with a plea for protecting elephants.

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Tanzania School Club – Lots of Activities Underway

Tanzania School Club – Lots of Activities Underway

August 16, 20130 Comments

The girls met and heard the song THIS ACHE by Celia Ho. They were moved so much and practiced it!!! They sang it loudly and emotionally. We all felt the powerful words of the song and that we all felt like ELEPHANT MOTHERS!!! I liked the way the girls sang with Celia!!! We discussed some […]

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Tanzania Anti-Ivory School Club – We Read the News and We Care!

Tanzania Anti-Ivory School Club – We Read the News and We Care!

August 1, 20130 Comments

Caption from NPR: Tanzania has been identified as the leading exporter of illegal ivory in recent years. An estimated 10,000 elephants are being slaughtered in the country annually. Here, elephants walk in the Serengeti National Reserve in northern Tanzania in 2010. Photo Credit: NPR / Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images Club Members Disturbed to Read That Police Are […]

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