Arba Minch University’s one of the big-ticket programs, a cluster of six projects - ‘Forty springs, Forty nations, finding common ground for sustainable development in the South-Ethiopian Rift Valley,’ has recently bagged fund from Vlaamse Inter-universitaire Raad-Institutional University Cooperation (VLIR-IUC), Belgium.

On 9th January 2016, at AMU a new phenomenon occurred. On the day, official demureness & administrative snarl went missing as bonhomie and heart-to-heart talk pervaded the atmosphere promising the foundation of mutual trust between university and international staff. Click here to see the pictures.

South Omo Research Centre (SORC), situated at Jinka, capital of South Omo Zone, has been transferred to Arba Minch University in April 2015. The centre previously was headed and managed by Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University. Click here to see the Pictures.

Tourism and Hotel Management Department of College of Business and Economics’ slew of programs to celebrate 4th round of ‘Tourism Week’ beginning from 31st Dec to 3rd Jan 2016 at different locations in Arba Minch, left all mesmerized.