Fiker Getnet Worku

FIKER-GETNET-WORKU-20112011 Age 21 Years

Fiker is studying engineering at Addis Ababa University. He has completed his first year and has scored 2.63 out of a possible 4. He has now been promoted to second year.

In his annual report, he asks me to pass thanks to everyone who supports. Without our help he would not be able to attend University. He gives me a quote: “God makes your daily life as full of happiness as you make for others.”

It has been agreed to continue his monthly payment of 600 Birr with 2 performance related bonuses, paying up to 400 Birr each.

Fiker Getnet Worku

FIKER-GETNET-WORKU-20122012 Aged 22 Years

Fiker is now into his third year of a BSc in electrical and computer engineering at Addis Ababa University. He scored an average of 2.69 out of a possible 4 for his second year studies.

His main problem in doing the course is computer access, as most of the work is computer related. 80% of the students on the course have their own computer.

He is very grateful for all the support he is being given but has asked that if anyone has an old computer and can get it over here, he would be forever in their debt.

It has been agreed to continue his monthly payment of 600 Birr with 2 performance related bonuses, paying up to 400 Birr each.

Continuing Undergraduates 2013

10 of our continuing students are in the University system this year. The main reason for this is that we are now in our 5th year and our students are working hard, succeeding and moving on.

As all our students are from very poor backgrounds, often with illiterate parents, their success is amazing. They all have a thirst for education and will hopefully have a future very different from that of their parents.

It has been agreed that all these students will get a monthly payment of 600 birr with 2 performance related bonuses paying up to 400 birr each.

Continuing Undergraduates 2014

12 of our continuing students are in the University system this year. 7 of them are scheduled to graduate in July 2015 and we wish them every success.

As all our students are from very poor backgrounds, often with illiterate parents, their success is amazing. They all have a thirst for education and will hopefully have a future very different from that of their parents.

It has been agreed that all these students will get a monthly payment of 600 birr with 2 performance related bonuses paying up to 400 birr each.