Dire Dawa Administration Technical, Vocational and Educational Training Institute discusses on the future further upgrading of their duties and so as to effectively carry out its function.
Technology transfer plays a leading role in the due course of the TVET, Mr. Tekle Deressa, Head of DD Administration EPRDF Executive Committee, puts well. “As part of its economic development program, it’s been working towards empowering youth and adolescents through the provision of short, medium and long term skill development and vocational training that could help them employ themselves by creating own businesses”, he added.
Dire Dawa Administration Land Management and Development, Mr. Abduljabar Abdulsemed, says so as to meet the human and ecological needs of today’s world, competing demands for land and resources must be resolved.
In the mean time, he added, new economic opportunities have been created for producers as global investment in land has sky-rocketed, plus, Condominiums are going to be built for Dire Dawa Communities for next year and we’re firmly working in struggle against rent seeking in conjunction with land use.
Dire Dawa Administration marks the World Blood Donor Day celebrated nationally for 12th round and 2nd round administratively.
The theme of this year’s campaign is "Thank you for saving my life". It focuses on thanking blood donors who save lives every day through their blood donations and strongly encourages more people all over the country to donate blood voluntarily and regularly. Dire Dawa University Sabian High school pupils actively participates in donating their blood.
Mr. Jihad Abanegash, Dire Dawa Administration Health Bureau Cure & Rehabilitation Core Process Owner, said “the campaign aims to highlight stories from people whose lives have been saved through blood donation, as a way of motivating regular blood donors to continue giving blood and people in good health who have never given blood to begin doing so.”
Dire Dawa Administration Agriculture, Water, Mineral and Energy Bureau Agriculture Development Officer Mr. Abdi Mehammed, said "the arrival of summer and the growing season’s longest days offer a moment to reflect on our approach to agriculture."
He call upon the field management and land preparation for the upcoming spring to ensure a good harvest of summer crops.