VCE 007: Gemma Sisia and the School of St Jude, Tanzania

Gemma Sisia is an Australian mother of 4 who has a passion for helping people in need. She believes in ‘fighting poverty through education’ and in 2002 opened the School of St Jude in Tanzania with 1 teacher and 3 students. In 2014, with more than 1800 students over three campuses, the first crop of Year 12 students will graduate.

Listen to the story of how this extraordinary Aussie turned her conviction into action! This is recorded in front of a live student audience and Gemma explains the remarkable story in detail.

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Running Time: 33 minutes

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