LIFE AFTER SEGA
SEGA provides scholarships to at least 50% of its students, based on merit and economic criteria. Only students who are recruited, verified and selected through SEGA’s selection process within specified geographic regions each year are eligible for economic scholarships.
This is a community outreach program under SEGA, which focuses on providing community education to marginalized and vulnerable girls in the core areas that the SEGA graduates come from. The program has two main parts, which are the SEGA graduates who serve as mentor’s/peer educators in the community and the community girls aged 10-20 years, which is a critical age in which most girls are at risk of early pregnancy, early marriage and dropping out of school.