Addis Ababa, June 19/2016 — The regional state of Gambella has assured families of children rescued from the Murle militants that the state government will consolidate efforts of rehabilitating the children.
The rescued children have been receiving various supports since their arrival back to their home ground, according to Chief Administrator of Gambella Gatluak Tut, who said such support and rehabilitation efforts will be maintained.
Addis Ababa June 08/2016 Ministry of Health handed over 20,000 tablets to medical schools in 28 public universities in order to ensure quality of education so as to produce skilled professionals in the health sector.
State Minister of Health Dr. Amir Aman said during the occasion that the tablets that cost 13.8 million USD will enable medical students’ access to up to date information in the field.
The donation is part of the efforts of the Ministry towards bringing quality education in institutions of higher learning.
Improved spring belg rains reduced demands on water trucking, but triggered massive flooding and an urgent need for water treatment chemicals. The kiremt summer rains are expected to be timely and most areas of the country that benefit from the seasonal rains are likely to have significant rainfall activitiy. With a global La Niña event also foreseen, further flash-flooding and flooding may occur.
Gambella May 30/2016 The 68 Ethiopian children rescued who were in a guest house receiving food and medical attention handed back today to their families.
The rescued children are among the 125 children abducted in the raids last month in Gambella, western Ethiopia by members of the Murle community.
In last month’s raid, attackers from the Murle community killed 208 people, abducted 125 and stole more than 2,000 cattle.
Addis Ababa May 27/2016 Some seven children who were abducted by the Murle ethnic group of South Sudan have returned home safely.
This will bring the number of children freed from the abductors to 63.
Upon their arrival at Gambella Airport, Chief Administrator Gatluak Tut said the effort to bring back all the kidnapped children will be strengthened further.
According to him, the agreement between Ethiopia and the South Sudanese government to collaborate in resolving the problem peacefully will guarantee the return of the children and looted cattle.
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