After years of going around the four corners of Ethiopia (Hawassa, Bekoji, Debre Birhan, Assosa, Ebinat, Metu, Bonga), Yessera‘s focus is Addis Ababa this year.
Also, unlike the other places where gender balance had been 50/50, Yessera Addis 2014 training is 100% women, with the addition of reaching out to children with material provision for schooling. Continue reading →
Solomon Retta, who is the general manager of Discovery Consultancy Services (DCS), has assisted YESSERA with countless hours of volunteer services and offered free seminars to our youngsters in Ethiopia as well as assist with logistics and team building among the students. We offer our sincere appreciation to Mr. Retta for his continued guidance and support.
Zelalem Injera has supported YESSERA from the start and extend our heartfelt thank you to them.
They have created what may well be the first automated Injera making machine. Injera is Ethiopia’s mainstaple bread.
Surfing through the web, I came across a video of a sanitation project in India which basically attempts to address the fact that having a flushing toilet connected to a central treatment facility is not a workable solution for most of the world.
It might be a good idea for us at YESSERA to teach our students this technology so that they can use it to create a more environmentally friendly community.