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January 28, 2019
Erina Rotarian sees the fruit of her labours in Tanzania
Glenning Valley resident, Ms Monica Hart, was one of the many visitors at The School of St Jude’s fourth, Form 6 Graduation ceremonies on Saturday, May 26, in Arusha, Tanzania.
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January 28, 2019
Meet Kate Holland, Winner of the Shillington Design Safari at The School of St Jude in Tanzania
Here at Shillington, we’re strong believers that design can change the world, which is why we are so proud to partner with top design studio Seesaw to sponsor our graduates for a paid work and travel opportunity in support of The School of St Jude in Arusha, Tanzania. Read on to meet our winner! London graduate Kate Holland, who is settling into her new design role and life in Africa.
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January 28, 2019
Ms November: Meet Gemma Sisia
Good afternoon lovelies! Hope everyone around the world is enjoying the weekend, especially over here in the UAE where we have been treated to an extra day off! This month has been particularly busy at work which resulted in this post being published so late. Nevertheless, I am absolutely thrilled to share this month’s power […]
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January 28, 2019
Arusha school win hearts of Middle East lion clubs
Arusha-based School of St. Jude was a showcase of 'Fighting Poverty through Education' discussion at the recent Lions Club International Forum in Dubai .
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January 28, 2019
Inspiring Woman on a Mission: Gemma Sisia
Gemma Sisia’s parents, Sue and Basil, fervently believed in the power of education to change the future. The couple, who raised eight children on a sheep wool farm in New South Wales, Australia, made significant sacrifices to ensure that their seven sons and one daughter had excellent educational opportunities. They also were strong believers in […]
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January 28, 2019
Bega solicitor cycling solo across African country
Bega solicitor Andrew Warren is pumping up the tires ready for a cross-country bicycle ride – in Tanzania! In February 2019, Mr Warren plans to ride the length of the African country, alone and unsupported, to raise funds for the School of St Jude in Arusha, Tanzania. All up, the ride covers about 1600km. “If you agree […]
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