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A Good Connection: Girls' Schools in East Africa Collaborate for Computer Lab Access

Building a community of creative collaborators is our daily mission at Segal Family Foundation. We think that every meaningful relationship must begin face to face. Therefore, we provide small stipends to exemplary partners to meet. We call them Learning Visits. I hope that the in-person connection between the two organizations described below in the guest post by Zack Fowler from WISER will provide the impetus for years of remote networking, learning, and celebration! -Andy Chances are, you are reading this blog on a computer screen.
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