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November 2012, By Kjetil Skrettingland,

".....Our accommodation when staying in the rural Siraro area was in the Sanbate village, see attached photos, in a nice house. We were privileged visitors that were able to meet Wako’s family, the nice local people of Siraro. Wako’s family mainly lives in the three villages; Sanbate, Katta and Lokke...." For å lese meir trykk her

05.11.2012, Turen okkas sommaren 2012,....det er ekstra gildt å hjelpa til når samfunnet prøver sitt                       beste for å få utvikling i området.......Klikk her for å lese meir

01.11.2011, Martha Lea, Gjest i en annen kultur

28,02,2011 Safewo Shako

April 2011,By Gemechu B. Koji Report from Siraro

23,11,2010 Kulturkvelds på Bore 21.11

08.09.2010 Gerny Nedrebø, Møte med medmenneske

August 2010,

Report from Siraro prepared by Gemechu B. Koji, our Volunteer project advisor.

"...Since 2005 Roba Development Fund has been implementing different projects in the district in order to address the development issues facing the district.

Construction of additional Class room & renovation, Library & Laboratory, Construction of teachers residence within the school , Educational Support (Sponsorship), Provision of Educational materials like teachers & students Reference books, furniture’s  , Computers, uniform, Capacity Building training for Women, Awareness raising Workshop , Sensitization & experience sharing outside the country on the climate change and Environment issues, Supporting poor family by provision of livestock, and relief are the major project activities under implementation in the area....". Read the full report from Siraro!


Sjå her Recognition Award to Roba Development Fund, les meir her

Press Release
August 25, 2010
For Immediate Release

Last year we circulated on this forum an idea of recognizing the contribution of few people who in the past and currently striving to positively impact the lives of our people back home. Based on that idea, we  formed  an informal, nonpolitical, and nonreligious group  that will generate ideas, encourage those who make positive contribution for our people back home.  We named the group Arsii Development Initiative Group. The group's main objective is to materialize the the dreams of those who began The Arsii Basic School Movement. Any body who is interested could join this group. In the near future we will create a forum for crystallizing ideas on how and when your contributions are sought.

On August 24, 2010 we had  the first 2010 Arsii Development Initiative Award presentation to three individuals and an organization. The details of the award is attached herein. We also named individuals and organizations that deserve notable mention. The recipients are not the only individuals and the organizations making positive contributions to our people back home. There are thousands others who are doing the same thing if not better. But the resources are limited and  there is so much to be done with that resource. In the future we will be developing a who is who list of the top 100 people and organizations who are trying to bring social change in our area of focus.

Thank you
Gelgelu Felema
Gemechu Kurfessa
Arsii Development Initiative Group

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