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Gem Legacy’s 2019 Goal: Updating a Tanzanian Cutting School
The nonprofit’s latest campaign aims to raise $50,000 to replace all the outdated faceting machines at the Arusha Gem Cutting School.
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But Gem Legacy Executive Director Roger Dery said that many of the faceting machines they use at the Arusha Gem Cutting School are 30 years old, meaning the education the students are receiving has become obsolete as standards and mechanics for cutting have dramatically improved.
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The company donates 10 meals to the nonprofit for every piece of jewelry it sells.