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Addis Ababa: – First Lady Zinash Tayachew is constructing schools in all regions across the country and a boarding school for the blind. The modern boarding school will have a capacity to accommodate 300 blind people, and is being built on 3.3 hectares of land in Addis Ababa Kaliti sub-city.
The secondary schools will be built in all regions; In particular, it has been found to be economically and geographically accessible to students who are unable to attend primary school and attend high school.
The construction of the 20 secondary schools in all regions is being carried out in collaboration with the regional education bureaus and other stakeholders, the First Lady’s Office tweeted photo updates of the on-going projects. The construction of the schools will be covered by the First Lady’s Office with the help of donors at a cost of 704,832,244 birr (close to $26 m)
በአዲስ አበባ ቃሊቲ ክ/ከተማ በ3.3 ሄክታር መሬት ላይ በቀዳማዊት እመቤት ጽ/ቤት እየተገነባ የሚገኘዉና 300 አይነስዉራንን የማስተናገድ አቅም ያለዉ ዘመናዊ የአይነስዉራን አዳሪ ትምህርት ቤት ያለበት የግንባታ ሂደት ይህን ይመስላል pic.twitter.com/hdMY948MvM
— Office of the First Lady-Ethiopia (@FLEthiopia) April 28, 2021
ግንባታዉ ከተጀመረ 2 ወራትን ያስቆጠረዉ በኦ/ክ/መ ምእራብ አርሲ ዞን አሳሳ ወረዳ ሮጲ ከተማ የሚገነባዉ የኢፋ ሮጲ 2ኛደረጃ ት/ቤት የግንባታዉ ሂደት 30% ደርሷል
ት/ቤቱ በቀዳማዊት እመቤት ጽ/ቤት በ2ኛ ዙር ከሚገነቡ ት/ቤቶች መካከል አንዱ ነዉ pic.twitter.com/xQswrcrqhB
— Office of the First Lady-Ethiopia (@FLEthiopia) April 27, 2021
#Ethiopia: The office of Zinash Tayachew, wife of PM #AbiyAhmed, said she has launched the construction of 20 secondary schools around the country & 1 boarding school for the blind at a cost of 704,832,244 birr (close to $26 m) since coming to her office. https://t.co/Dw1juD9Ps2 pic.twitter.com/8DL69vCLXb
— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 5, 2019