Nianjema Secondary School

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== Intro ==
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Nianjema Secondary School is the brainchild of a former Peace Corps Volunteer, [[Charles Sloan, Jr.]], from Vienna, Virginia. After teaching at a government boarding school and a private school in Tanzania, he realized that there were many young people who just wanted a chance for an education. Charlie founded Nianjema Secondary School with three Tanzanians: a medical student, an architect/builder and a government official. [[Image:map.jpg|thumb|300px]]
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Nianjema Secondary School is the brainchild of a former Peace Corps Volunteer, [[Charles Sloan]], Jr., from Vienna, Virginia. After teaching at a government boarding school and a private school in Tanzania, he realized that there were many young people who just wanted a chance for an education. Charlie founded Nianjema Secondary School with three Tanzanians: a medical student, an architect/builder and a government official. [[Image:map.jpg|thumb|300px]]
[http://www.tanzaniaeducation.org/ http://www.tanzaniaeducation.org/]
[http://www.tanzaniaeducation.org/ http://www.tanzaniaeducation.org/]

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Intro

Nianjema Secondary School is the brainchild of a former Peace Corps Volunteer, Charles Sloan, Jr., from Vienna, Virginia. After teaching at a government boarding school and a private school in Tanzania, he realized that there were many young people who just wanted a chance for an education. Charlie founded Nianjema Secondary School with three Tanzanians: a medical student, an architect/builder and a government official.
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