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A forum was set up to work together between institutions and industries to promote the TVET sector in the city.
A joint forum was established between the Addis Ababa City Administration Technical and Vocational Education and Training Agency and the industry.
Addis Ababa City Administration Industrial Development Bureau Head, Ephraim Gizaw, President of the Ethiopian Sectoral Associations Council, Major Haile Gurmo, Addis Ababa City Council of Sectoral Associations President, Abebaw Mekonnen, and industry stakeholders participated in the forum.
It is said that the forum aims to implement a coordinated approach that will ensure mutual benefit in accordance with the agreements reached between the industry and the technical and vocational sectors.
Addis Ababa City Administration Industry Development Bureau Head, Ephrem Gizaw, on his part said the establishment of the forum is crucial for the establishment of the forum.
Addis Ababa City Administration Technical and Vocational Education and Training Agency Director General, Nigatu Dagnachew, on the occasion said the establishment of the forum will create capacity for colleges that already work with industries.
The forum shared experiences from three selected polytechnic colleges and hotel industry service providers on the ongoing activities and changes in the industry.
The forum will include 22 stakeholders at the city level and will have its own functions and responsibilities at the cluster colleges level.
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) said it has not been able to announce the provisional results due to complaints from several political parties and the lack of completion of the voter registration process in constituencies.
New Media Network (AMN) June 24/2013
The Chairperson of the National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE), Birtukan Mideksa, told reporters that the election has not been announced for ten days due to various reasons.
According to the chairperson, the board has not been able to announce the provisional results due to complaints from several political parties and the failure to complete the voter registration process in the constituencies due to transportation problems.
In Addis Ababa, eight constituencies could not be declared due to the merger process, she said.
He said the results could not be announced in Afar, 7 constituencies, Gambella 1, Oromia, Kelem Welega and Amhara.
The Board will also announce 73 constituencies on its website today.
However, Ms. Birtukan explained that there are constituencies where the election results have been fully confirmed.
Eight constituencies in Oromia have been confirmed and one in Amhara.
The collector listed.
It is known that the Board is required by law to announce the provisional results within ten days of the election, unless special circumstances arise.