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Where is SeaVuria.Org?

If you’ve found yourself typing in http://www.seavuria.org and ending up on a page looking something like this:

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Don’t fear! You’re not alone. And also, we’re still here!!

SeaVuria is currently in the process of purchasing our domain from a third-party host, and though we would have wished for a smoother transition, we’ve hit a couple of bumps in the road! So, for now, you can Google us to access this website, or just type in our temporary domain: http://www.seavuriaforall.wordpress.com

In addition, until our domain is up and running again, it will be best to reach us via e-mail at seavuria@gmail.com. Once we’ve transitioned, you will be able to once again contact us through our personalized emails, maria@seavuria.org & marymargaret@seavuria.org.

We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion. Rest assured, we’ll be getting things sorted as soon as possible! 

 

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Let us introduce ourselves!

Have a look at our 2-minute introduction video, Meet SeaVuria!

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Our Schools:

SeaVuria pairs schools here in the Pacific Northwest to schools in rural Kenya. Learn more about our schools here.

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Our History:

In November of 2008, SeaVuria’s founder, MaryMargaret Welch, and three other delegates from Eastside Catholic School in Seattle, traveled to Bamba, Kenya to set up a sister school partnership. During this trip they were met with enthusiastic children and devoted teachers, each longing for a quality education, but limited by circumstance. For many students, financial and family constraints limited access to a full education; for teachers, the cultural norm of didactic teaching methods hindered student engagement, specifically impacting math and science scores on national exams. Read More