News: Ministry to rebuild more than 70 war-damaged schools in Amhara and Afar regions

Berhanu Nega, Minister of Schooling

Addis Abeba – Ministry of Schooling (MoE) has introduced that it’ll rebuild 71 commonplace colleges utilizing monetary assist from World Financial institution (WB), Menschen für Menschen charity group and the Ethiopian Diaspora Belief Fund (DTF) within the Amhara and Afar areas, which have been demolished through the bloody battle that lasted for practically two years between Tigrayan forces and the federal authorities.

Based on the Ministry, the ministry has formally launched the work of 71 commonplace colleges destroyed within the battle as a part of its plan to enhance the standard of schooling within the nation.

In his remarks within the official launching program, Professor Berhanu Nega, Minister of Schooling, stated that the colleges will probably be constructed with a regular and put in with the mandatory infrastructure.

The ministry stated that, 50 of the colleges will probably be constructed with the assist and cooperation of the WB, whereas the 16 of them will probably be constructed by the Menschen für Menschen group whereas the opposite 5 will probably be constructed by the DTF.

The minister stated related works will proceed in essentially the most affected Tigray Area after conducting assessments.

In December, 2022, a report by the UN’s world fund for schooling in emergencies, Schooling Can not Wait (ECW), revealed that over 8,700 colleges have been partially or severely broken on account of conflicts and climate-related disaster in Ethiopia forcing 3.6 million youngsters out of college. AS

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