• Architecture and Urban Planning’s graduation on March 3

  • 12th Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and People’s Day celebration on 4th Dec

  • Arba Minch University to celebrate ‘Flag Day’

  • ለአምዩ መምህራንና የአስተዳደር ሠራተኞች በሙሉ

  • Happy New Year, 2010 E.C

  • Happy New Year, 2010 E.C

  • Welcome to Arba Minch University!

‘Good Governance Forum’ will bring in transformation: Dr Feleke

Monday, 10 March 2014 15:26

‘‘We have been trying to establish the culture of good governance; it was part of our annual plan that is formulated by the Ministry of Education and based on that AMU has developed its own. But, it didn’t yield desired results so we came up with the idea to form good governance forum,’’ informed the AMU President., Dr Feleke Woldeyes.

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Extreme weather conditions profound in Ethiopia: Dr Feleke

Thursday, 06 March 2014 14:33

‘‘Today’s workshop on “Impact of flooding on human settlement in rural households in Gambella region in Ethiopia,’ falls under the umbrella of sustainable water resource development plan that ultimately addresses the current and emerging issues related to the changing climatic conditions, said AMU President, Dr Feleke Woldeyes.

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GERD visit: It was an encounter with ‘God’ in flesh and blood

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 15:31

We were awe-struck, dumbfounded and flabbergasted to the core as we found ourselves at the epicenter of national hope reverberating every Ethiopians’ aspiration. The ultimate pilgrimage called – the under-construction Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam!

Everyone from 139-member contingent of Arba Minch University had their heart pounding inside as they inched closer at its site, 1250 km away from Arba Minch. It was like seeing your God in flesh and blood.

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GERD: 30% work over needs 4 more years for completion

Friday, 28 February 2014 10:51

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), the biggest hydro-power giant in entire African Continent and tenth in the world, is being viewed as the trans-formative phenomenon. It will lift Ethiopia from the scourge of underdevelopment and fast-track economic growth to better every Ethiopians’ tomorrow.
GERD as fondly called is being built in the gorge is located between two districts i.e. Guba on the right and Sirba-Abay on the left in Benishangul-Gumz region, about 40 km east of the border with Sudan. Its height is 145 meter and length 1.8 km.

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GERD, an epitome of our national integrity, says Dr Feleke

Tuesday, 18 February 2014 08:17

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is the epitome of our national integrity and zest for development. It’s iconic in a way as it rightly symbolizes our aspirations. We Ethiopians are emotionally attached with its progress, so having agreed for second round of contribution, AMU is sending a group of people to visit its site, said AMU President, Dr Feleke Woldeyes.

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