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A mobile app called Its My Dam has been launched to support the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

Ethiopian Electric Power CEO Asheber Balcha and Commercial Bank of Ethiopia President Abe Sano have signed an agreement to launch the revenue collection application.

During the signing ceremony, Asheber Balcha, CEO of Ethiopian Electric Power, said the Grand Renaissance Dam project is costly and the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia has shown its partnership by covering the high cost.

The app can be supported from $ 1 to $ 10,000 and was launched by the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia.

President of the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, Abe Sano, on his part said the fundraising application will create a conducive environment for the Diaspora who want to support the completion of the dam.

It has been reported in the past that people abroad have found it difficult to support the dam, and the app is said to solve this problem easily.

Various fundraising efforts are underway to support the Diaspora in support of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

It is learned that in the 12 days before the mobile app was officially launched, $ 70,000 was donated to the dam.

Ethiopian Diaspora Agency Director General, Selamwit Dawit, Director General of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Public Participation Coordinating Office, Dr. Aregawi Berhe and other officials were present at the launch of the fundraising application launch program. ፡ Searching

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