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AMU Hospital construction: University hands over land to contractor

Tuesday, 20 January 2015 18:38

Arba Minch University has formally handed over 3.6 hectares of land to the Hawassa-based Yirgalem Construction Plc on January 20, 2015, for the construction of 300-bedded teaching-cum-referral hospital. The stated land is situated opposite Madhanalem Church at Secha, Arba Minch. The construction process is likely to commence after three weeks.

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Community Service holds English training for High School teachers

Friday, 09 January 2015 09:14

Community Service Directorate has organized the two-day training in English language for High School English teachers from Gamo Gofa Zone at Main Campus; 124 teachers participated in the training.

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‘White Ribbon Day’: Dr Yechale urges men to stand against violence

Friday, 02 January 2015 16:06

‘‘It’s the foremost responsibility of all men to give full regard, value and love to their female folks; because our mothers are the real architect of our lives as there is no alternative for her.

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Ethiopian Journal of Water Science and Technology (EJWST)

Friday, 02 January 2015 11:17

The EJWST is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published biannually by Arba Minch University. It publishes original research papers which are of regional and international significance in the fields of water science and technology that encompass water resources and management, hydraulic and hydropower, water and environment, irrigation and drainage, water management and institutions, hydrometeorology, water management and development technologies, water resources and climate change.

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Upper Blue Nile Basin, the most vulnerable, says Dr Guchie

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 16:44

‘‘Adaptation to climate change is a continuous learning and experience sharing process, we should learn from the best practices to adapt to climate change and continuously evaluate our preparedness. The historical data indicates, the Upper Blue Nile Basin is one of the most vulnerable basins and due to high exposure & climate sensitive economic activities, it’s characterized by high climate vulnerability.’’ Click here to see the Pictures.

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