Congratulations to the class of 2022
20 of our continuing students are in the University system this year.
It has been agreed that all these students will get a monthly payment of 700 birr with 2 performance related bonuses paying up to 400 birr each.
ABAY TESFAW GESESE AGED 21 years MEDA WELABO UNIVERSITY Nursing 4th Year ADNA HABTU Aged 22 Years DEBERE MARKOS UNIVERSITY Economics 3rd Year ANGUACH FENTIE Aged 22 Years JIJIGA UNIVERSITY Engineering 3rd Year DAGNACHEW MELKNEW AGED 23 years HARMAYA UNIVERSITY Software Engineering 5th Year DEMEKE TESFAW Aged 21 Years WOLLO UNIVERSITY Engineering 2nd Year DINKU AYENEW Aged 25 Years ADIGRAT UNIVERSITY Agriculture 2nd Year EZRA TSEGANEW Aged 24 Years AMBO UNIVERSITY Management 2nd Year FIKRU GETA BAYE Aged 23 years ADIGRAT UNIVERSITY Civil Engineering 5th Year GETACHEW ZEMENE Aged 23 Years ARBA MINCH UNIVERSITY Engineering Science 1st year GETAHUN FENTAW Aged 25 Years GONDER UNIVERSITY Engineering 2nd Year GETNET ADANE Aged 23 Years DEBRE MARKOS UNIVERSITY Software Engineering 3rd Year MAREG ABEBE Aged 20 Years RAYA UNIVERSITY Mathematics 2nd Year MEKONNEN CHANE Aged 24 Years GONDER UNIVERSITY Law 2nd Year MULUGETA SETEYE Aged 21 Years ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY Electrical Engineering 2nd year NURUHUSIAN UMER Aged 22 Years WOLLO UNIVERSITY Engineering 2nd Year SALEAMLAK BISETEGN Aged 20 Years BAHIRDAR UNIVERSITY Management 2nd Year TADESSE BIRHANU Aged 27 Years SEMERA UNIVERSITY Accounting 3rd Year TEDDY W/GABRIEL Aged 22 Years WOLLO UNIVERSITY Architecture 2nd Year TIBEBU AMHA Aged 22 Years BAHIRDAR UNIVERSITY Engineering 2nd Year TILAYE BISET Aged 21 Years MEKELE UNIVERSITY Vetinary Medicine 3rd Year
2017 Aged 20
Mulugeta is from a very poor family in the village of Dibuko. He is one of 8 children. His father is a farmer and, when young, he helped his father with the animals. There was no money to support his education and he moved to Lalibela in order to find work as a labourer. The money he made supported him and his education.
In the grade 10 national exams, he scored straight As and was awarded a certificate of very great distinction. Teachers at the preparatory school helped him through grades 11 and 12 by giving him pens, paper and often buying him a cup of coffee or tea. He did well in the grade 12 national exams and is now studying engineering at Addis Ababa Institute of Technology.
It has been agreed to support him with 600 birr per month.