Blen Mamo recently returned to Ethiopia after more than ten years in US. Now she seem to be settling in Addis after such a long time and wants to kick restart her filming career.
Climate change, a global threat, will be reversed by our green footprint today.
Employees and leaders of the Addis Ababa Housing Development and Administration Bureau and Housing Development Corporation planted seedlings in the designated area of Yeka Millennium Park.
Addis Ababa Housing Development and Administration Bureau Head, Ms. Yasmin Wehaberebi, said the green fingerprint movement, which was launched four years ago, has mobilized the people following the Renaissance Dam.
“We will reverse the global threat of climate change,” she said.
Along with the green fingerprint, a meal was shared by visiting the Inpa Amba Children’s Center, which was established by the former Children’s Amba sincere children.
During the visit, food and hygiene items worth 53,000 birr were donated by the corporation’s branch office.
Speaking on the occasion, Yeka Sub-City Chief Executive, Maragiaw Tsegaye, said the sub-city will continue to provide coordinated support to children in need.
The program was attended by officials and employees of the bureau and corporation, Yeka sub-city leaders as well as contractors and associations.