ADA Signed a memorandum of understanding for the Provision of Medical Equipment worth Birr 75 million to  Amhara Region.

Amhara Development Association /ADA/, Human Bridge and Amhara Regional State Health Bureau /ANRSHB/ signed a memorandum of understanding for the provision of medical equipment to the hospitals of Amhara Region.

      The Signing Ceremony
According to the memorandum of understanding which is sated in the signing document,the provision of medical equipment and other medical materials include hospital beds,screen,stretcher,laboratory equipment and others which worth Birr 75 million.

W/ro Bisrat Gashawtena, Chief Executive Officer of ADA, explained that the memorandum of understanding will be fruitful in the near time with the collaboration of ADA, Human Bridge and Bureau of Health to improve the quality of health care services in the hospitals of Amhara Region.

W/ro Bisrat also remembered that Human Bridge and Amhara Development Association have distributed medical equipment worth Birr 22 million to eight hospitals located in different parts of Amhara Region and they are still functioning for the last 10 years.

The General Director of Human Bridge Mr. Robert Bergam  on his part said that Human Bridge is a Sweden based non-governmental organization and its primary area of work is  collecting,reconditioning/repairing of all kinds of

hospital equipment and supplies and shipping these to hospitals around the world. This in turn serves as a bridge for the strong relationship between Sweden and partner countries like Ethiopia. 

Smiling children in splendid kindergarten block at Arbaya, west Belesa

 

The Amhara National Regional State Education Bureau and the people have drastically changed the access of education from cities to the inaccessible fringes. This over 100% gross enrollment rate growth keeping its stride is also considering quality of education nowadays. Among the factors that create quality of education is pre-school education. Arbaya, the main town of west Belesa was a battlefield before two decades.

 

Ever since the community got freedom from the brutal junta, governance not only the main town of the district, but several rural villages are getting education and health services. Amhara development association is supporter of the governmental development Endeavour  which motivated the people of the district to accomplish the kindergarten .

 

Mekides Worku who is a teacher in Arbaya primary school is the mother of Tsedeniya Mengaw.She expressed her feeling regarding the importance of the kindergarten “my daughter was ignoring me when I tried to help her in teaching her at home, but at this she is not only accepting my help,

 

she also urges me to show her what she has failed to capture in class. I was always thinking of my daughter’s well being when I go to work, but feel free at the moment since she is in a responsible Institution ‘The difference created at higher institutions for those who came from big cities and the remote districts is relatively narrowed in such new kindergarten introductions which also creates positive impact in quality of education.

                                                       

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