Mrs Bekelech with her
mother whom she claimed her mentor, curving her character, leadership
quality, and education to the level where she is today.
"The God of Heaven will
give Us Success, We, His Servants start rebuilding"
Save Generation Development Association (SGDA) is an indigenous non-profit
charity organization founded in 1999 by Mrs. Bekelech Demessie Rorisa, to assist
the marginalized and vulnerable communities in Ethiopia focusing on women
orphaned children and people with the HIV/AIDS.
to see the marginalized people holistically transformed,
empowered and survived.
SGDA contributes to the efforts being exerted to
alleviate social, economic and political problems of
the marginalized people especially by focusing on
women, girls, youths ,OVC and people with HIV.
Society Support Programme (CSSP2) with SGDA are implementing a
project entitled " Preventing Physical Abuse of Women in West
Guji Zone, Bule Hora Woreda in Oromia"
The project in West Guji Zone, Bule Hora
Woreda under supervision of CSSP2 has reached the end of the
first quarter where the program delivers highly important issue
in the area to prevent Gender Base Violence. Women and girls are
affected by horrendous assaults where their safety is in danger
which needs legal and health assistance from other local
institutions in the area.
various community dialogues and training programs to ensure that
communities are well aware of the situation and build a
tolerable and safe environment for women and girls. Community
and traditional leaders, women led organizations and various
local government offices are given a deep understanding of
women's rights and the legal respond in place in case of gender
based attacks. The health centers are also part of the program
where they share their experience during the sessions on how
they have been supporting the victims and how to improve their
performance in the future.
SGDA launched HIV prevention
project in Afar Region in Ethiopia
SGDA has launched a project in the Afar
Regional State on HIV prevention in the region. The project has
21 months duration where SGDA will jointly work with the
regional bureau of Health and HAPCO to decrease the prevalence
of HIV among the general public. The increasing HIV prevalence
rate in the region has become a concern as the focus on the
disease is weakening over the years. This project will bring
more attention on the prevention program by brining all the
stakeholders together in the same platform to be able work
jointly. The launching of the project took place in Semera town
entitled "Reducing New HIV Infection and AIDS Mortality". HAPCO
and CCRDA are partners in the project whereas SGDA is the
implementer of the project.
Women resilient to the climate change by building
their economic capacity with integrated approach engaged in
environmental protection role
July 17 -
Save Generation Development Association is engaged in
empowering women in all areas for gender equality. One of the
projects under Farm Africa sponsorship through UEWCA
that SGDA is currently working on is to make women resilient to
the climate change by building their economic capacity with
integrated approach engaged in environmental protection role.
SGDA has distributed lambs for free to the rural communities of
Jogo Village in the town of Mojo for 463 very destitute women
who are some living with HIV/AIDS and others are disabled with
certain limited physical ability. As an income generating
mechanism, each beneficiary receives two lambs to raise and sell
for a better price in the market and initiate a start-up small
business. With the basic business and saving training to the
women, they are well prepared on how to grow to the next level
and at the same time use their small businesses to preserve the
environment within their surroundings.
bottom up policy engagements of citizens and CSOs to promote
peace, democracy and sustainable development
Donor Partner: EU Partner: CCRDA Implementor: SGDA
Save generation Development
association with its long time partners, the European Union
along with CCRDA on alleviating the rights of women in the town
of Bishoftu, a project is designed to enhance the wellbeing of
all women by advocating their rights by institutionalizing the
democratic values and overcoming the root causes of the social
and traditional impediments.
n the project, 150 women in the
town of Bishoftu are participated in the women rights advocacy
session which is still ongoing to reach more women to make them
understand their fundamental rights in all areas in their social
lives. This includes the empowerment of women by economically
and socially by creating integrated solidarity among women CSOs
and implement the targeted issues of women’s which are the top
legal matters in Bishoftu and in the country in general.
Save Generation Development
Association has performed an assessment before the commencement
of the project on sexual and labour abuse of women in Bishoftu
town where many are employed by the vast industrial
manufacturing sectors. In the program, the development of policy
review on land rights of women has been conducted to comprehend
the exact nature of the problem in the country. SGDA has also
organized an open debate on legal right and control over
household lands by women which is a critical issue currently in
support of children in marginalized communities is becoming
meaningfull as the teenagers grow fast and show the happy faces
in their daily lives
Shaun and Linda Gollway from Alberta, Canada are part of these
September 15 - 2022
Currently, Save Generation Development Association is supporting
Orphan Vulnerable Children in total of 181 teenagers by
providing essential items for their livings including school
materials, clothing, hygiene items and other vital supplies
which they need for their daily lives. The children located in
Bishoftu, Kuriftu and Negle Borena towns are all supervised with
their schooling and guided by our family consultants to make
them responsible citizens.
Shaun and Linda Gollway from Alberta, Canada, a devoted couple
who have been a partner with SGDA for a long time as friends and
donors are directly involved in the raising of the children in
Bishoftu and always keen to know about the children's
well-being. Their relentless financial support as well as advice
on how to implement our duties give us the dedication to be
always on the sides of the children for all their needs.
This school year 2022-23, SGDA has already prepared for the
children to have all the school materials and their school
uniforms ready for the big day of enrollment. Our organization
appreciates for all the support the children are receiving and
thank Shaun and Linda on the behalf of the children.
the Diaspora Community
April 20 - 2022
Save Generation Development Association is spearheading to
involve the Diaspora community living abroad in various
humanitarian activities with our organization. Just recently, a
donor from the USA Virginia, Mr. Mikias Dhaba Hunde and his
Family has jointly implemented a project with SGDA to lift 50
women from their current financial difficulty in Bishoftu town.
The fifty women who reside in Denbi
distinct of the town were organized by SGDA by screening their
economic status and bringing Mr. Hunde’s good heart as well as
his financial support to create start-ups in their community.
SGDA is expanding its effort to reach
all the Diaspora communities living abroad with different
thematic areas including the development of clean drinking water
to under-developed communities, building or upgrading schools in
rural villages and creating accessible health centers or clinics
to build healthy society in the communities. Save Generation
Development Association invites donors to come forward for this
joint collaboration during such difficult time where resources
are drying up to save the lives of many in our activity areas.
SGDA’s annual General
Assembly Meeting held on
March 19 - 2022
The Yearly General Assembly Meeting of Save Generation
Development Association was held on March 19 – 2022 at the
headquarters of the organization. The executive director of the
organization, Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorrisa has presented the annual
performance of the organization in detail and its future plan
for the year.
Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorrisa (left), Mr. Getachew Wakjira (right)
SGDA has hired a new external auditor, Mr. Getachew Wakjira who
also audited the organization prior to his commencement to his
post. During the assembly meeting, he presented his audit work
with full compliance of the country’s laws.
Mr. Eddossa, SGDA's HR manager, presented broad and detail
annual performance of the organization for the general assembly.
During his remark, he mentioned that SGDA has achieved all the
projects to the fullest as our donors expected and the
organization is in the strongest position to reach and assist a
million beneficiaries in the country.
Mr. Eddossa, SGDA's HR Manager
For the last 14 years, SGDA has reached over 700,000 people
with various aid packages. The organization has set a plan
to celebrate its 15th years anniversary in presence of
government officials and foreign diplomats with the members
of the assembly.
A New Era for Women Participation in
Peace and Resolutions
As a women organization, SGDA is also
committed to accelerate the movement for women's rights by enabling
women organizations in the country to fully participate on legal issues
including in peace and resolutions. SGDA believes that women must be
involved in decision making during the introduction of new legislations
as well as by being key advocate of human rights including women's
rights in Ethiopia. Women should also play a pivotal role in conflict
resolutions to bring peace and stability for all. This is the reason
that SGDA trains and qualifies CSOs to raise their capacity on how to
build highly qualified women activists and advocates for equal
opportunities and rights for those who are subjected by the system.
Generation Development Association participated at the Presidential
Women Leadership Program
Save Generation Development Association was one of the six local NGOs
which took part at the Presidential Women Leadership Program in the city
of Sululta, Ethiopia. President of the Federal Democratic Republic of
Ethiopia, Mrs., Sahle Work Zewde made a keynote speech during the first
round of the program which consisted of 60 highly positioned women in
the country on Jan.31,2022-Feb 11,2022. The president stated that during
the three years tenure as head of the country, she always emphasized the
importance of gender equality both politically and in socio-economic
"I firmly believe that women have a special diligence, a special
perception. [...] If we do not create enough women leaders and insure
succession, the door to opportunity will be closed behind us." President
Sahle Work Zewde.
The executive director of SGDA, Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorissa was one of the
participants in the program. During the last 13 years, SGDA has been a
strong voice for all women in the country. Lifting both women in the
grass root level living in a highly vulnerable state and women who are
well educated but struggling to break the barrier to compete as decision
makers, SGDA has been giving all the support to bring them out of the
shadow and shine out based on their merit. And Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorissa
is always the women’s advocate to acknowledge their capacity at all
levels of their working environment.
Women in the government as well as in the private sector must be fully
recognized as equal partners in the society to share their own opinions
as decision makers and be able to advance the interest of all women.
That is what the Presidential Women Leadership Program focused on to
create a justifiable opportunity to enable them for their rights not as
granted but rather as self-ascended for a better future.
Save Generation along with its partners is devoted to implement every
agenda that is set in the program by tailoring in its operation areas
for better result. Located in the town of Bishoftu, Oromia, SGDA works
throughout the country as a national non-profit organization partnering
with many CSOs and CBOs mainly with women who need the utmost benefits.
Covid 19 Prevention program for Mojo and Bishoftu
Save Generation Development Association with its partner, Plan
International is implementing a Covid-19 Prevention program in
the towns of Mojo and Bishoftu. The ongoing threat of the
pandemic is still considered a big danger after three years
since the disease has been detected for the first time in the
SGDA is engaged in vigorous
prevention campaign since the initial outbreak of the pandemic
in its activity areas.
The town of Mojo and Bishoftu where the major highway interlinks
the East and West route to the capital is the most vulnerable to
the pandemic due to the traffic through them. Preventing the
disease is the first choice to fight Covid 19 before it gets out
SGDA's director, Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorrissa's interview with ETV/EBC
on her organization's achievement and how SGDA becomes a dominant NGO in
Ethiopia to advance the interest of women in the country. (Part 1 and 2)...
The founder and executive director SGDA, Mrs. Bekelech
D. Rorissa has been interviewed on ETV, the main national TV channel on
her successful career path first as a grade school teacher to become the
roll model for many young women and vulnerable people whom she has been
supporting through her organization. Save Generation Development
Association has reached over half a million people in rural Ethiopia
with their utmost needs including clean drinking water, medication,
schooling and others.
SGDA organized a school graduation ceremony for the OVC
children in Wonji Kuriftu sponsored by Rainbow for the Future
Save Generation Development Association organized a graduation ceremony
for Orphaned & Vulnerable Children (OVC) who successfully finished their
higher academic programs from colleges and higher technique/vocational
institutions on October 12 – 2021. The OVC program is supported by
Canada based charity organization, Rainbow for the Future which has
years of joint working relationship with SGDA.
The graduated students received certificate of recognition from SGDA
for their hard work despite their difficult background in presence of
SGDA’s director/founder, Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorisa, Deputy Head of the
Oromia Bureau of Education, Mr. Girma Feyissa, Head of the Oromia
Women/Children Affairs Bureau, Mrs. Tarike, ACSO’s (Agency for Civic
Society Organizations) Deputy directorate, Mrs. Tsehai, Adama District
Admistrator, Mr. Asrat Getu and Women/Children Affairs administrator in
Adama District, Mrs. Nahima. The ceremonial luncheon was followed after
each guest gave the inspiring speech to the students and their families.
The program was held at Fikre Selam Women Center at Wonji Kuriftu,
District in East Shewa Zone of Oromia. The center was built by SGDA six
years ago for the community use.
SGDA honored members of the Fikre Selam Women Association
Fikre Selam Women Association is an active women’s business and social
group of people who established six years ago in Wonji Kuriftu area
located at Adama district in East Shewa Zone with the help of Save
Generation Development Association. SGDA built their headquarter office
and meeting place with generous financial support from Rainbow for the
Future, a Canada based charity organization, up on the formation of
Fikre Selam Women Association where today member of the 184 strong and
committed women gather and do their regular gender oriented businesses.
On October 12 – 2021, SGDA honored Fikre Selam Women Association and
its members for their hard work all these years to become where they are
now today. According to the former women leader of the association, Mrs.
Itenesh Gutama, the members are able to save over a million birr with
the SGDA’s Income Generating Scheme which is designed to economical
empower women in the small town. Itenesh who is an HIV positive strong
personality delivered a brief speech thanking SGDA for its commitment
helping their association to be able become self sufficient. During the
ceremony, the director and founder of SGDA, Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorisa
awarded those who showed outstanding performance in their women business
joint venture. The Adama District Women/Children Affairs bureau head,
Mrs. Nahima said during the occasion that the women center is quite
exemplary to other associations that need to be
replicate everywhere else. The Oromia Women/Children Affairs head, Mrs.
Tarike has also expressed her appreciation for Fikre Selam Women
Association for their highly appraised achievement for the last few
years and promised to assist them even more.
Save Generation development association in partnership with
Nathan marriage and family counseling gave a compressive
From left Mrs. Bekelech D, Rorrissa (SGDA
Director), Mr. Girma Bayessa (Girma Bayessa Dinssa. Deputy Head
Oromia Education Bureau) and Dr. Mulatu Belayneh from
Nathan marriage and family counseling
development association in partnership with Nathan marriage and
family counselling gave a compressive training for 250
practitioners from the Oromiya Education Bureau, School
Directors, teachers and students in the city of Adma. The
training session was held from September 14-17 at Geda resort
under the theme ‘’ school based mentorship’’ and the motto ‘’
the ability to understand the needs of students and prepare them
for the purpose for which they were created
for’’ to provide the deep understanding of students’ personal
feeling and desire and how to be effective mentor to them. The training was given by the well
known and licensed marriage and family therapist, Dr. Mulatu
Belayneh. He is also the author of six books including ‘’ Basic
principles of mentorship program.’’ The participants have appreciated
the four days program that enables them to become effective role
model in this regard. Such mentorship capacity building for
school instructors is an essential life changer that could bring
result in the lives of the future generation. Save generation
will extend the program in a bigger scale to have qualified
staff in all schools to mentor students in family affairs.
Mini-Poultry Project to
Generate Extra Income for Women
Save Generation in
Partnership with Farm Africa coordinated a mini-poultry project
by selecting 10 women who are interested in poultry. The women
were given free chicks with all the necessary training on how to
raise until they lay eggs. The price of eggs is currently high
in the region which is a good occussion for the women to sell
the products to their nearest market for good price.
Mrs. Aynalem Getachew from SGDA does the follow up to the
group of women in the pilot program to see the progress on the
Farm Africa is supporting this project as partner with Save
Generation Development Association to evaluate the importance of
the poultry program in order to understand the nature of the
business for women empowerment by earning extra income. The next
phase will be to widely involve in a bigger scale for larger
group of women by learning from such mini-project.
Save Generation (SGDA)
in Partnership with Plan International
is Organizing a Community Meeting on Women and Girls Rights in Modjo
Save Generation Development Association as always is devoted
to work on gender issues to secure the rights of women and
girls in their society by giving them a thorough
understanding of equal rights/opportunities and human
rights. The organization which was established 13 years ago
by Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorissa has previously conducted
such projects in different towns in Oromia and this program
in the towns of Modjo and Bishoftu is the continuation of the goal to
empower women in all areas.
On June 3rd and June 10th
group of 200 women from different background participated in
the meeting designated for Women’s Voice and Leadership.
The objective of the meetings is to address core issues in
women’s lives on how to equally participate in businesses,
decision making and their roles/responsibilities in their
households and communities.
SGDA’s women's right expert Mrs. Aynalem Getachew and
trainer Mr. Desta Teressa are giving
the lectures in Affan Oromo and conducted group discussion
with full participatory atmosphere from the community.
Building Climate Resilience Economic
Capacity and environmental Protection Role of Ethiopian
Women through integrated Approach
Half a century ago, 40% of Ethiopia was
covered by thick natural forest giving its share of
contribution to the entire ecosystem in the region and the
whole world. Today, that number is dwindled to 4% in total
area coverage losing 140,000 hectares each year. Save
Generation has been working for many years on environmental
protection as well as sustainable forest management in areas
where the land is highly degraded in the Great Rift Valley.
Our hard work in the past has proven good result and
acknowledgement both by the government and international
organizations in a way to pursue our responsibility in a
more vigorous scale. Communities in small villages must be
part of the solution understanding the importance of the
forests in their surroundings. Giving awareness program on
the significance of nature and on how to protect it, is Save
Generation's core mission. Last year in 2020, Ethiopia as a
nation, planted 5 billion tree seedlings during the three
months rainy season. This year, Save Generation is again
collaborating with the government call to plant 6 billion
more seedlings throughout Ethiopia.
Save Generation Development Association built large tree
nurseries with full capacity for research on indigenous
trees, shrubs and commercial for lumber and fruit trees.
Poor communities have now deep understanding of the
economic return from well protected environment.
On January 27, SGDA announced the closure of the
Climate Change Poject with success by issuing full report on
the project performance and achievements to zone and wereda administrators in
the town of Modjo, Oromia.
Bati Bora- kelo Extension water project,
East shoa zone,Oromia Regional state. Adama
woreda,Bati Bora kelo kebeles
overall objective of the intervention is to
contribute towards rural poverty reduction through
provision of clean, safe and healthy drinking water
supply for marginalized communities and create
marginalized women entrepreneurial ship to decide on
socio-economic issues equally as their male
counterparts and lead better living conditions at
the end of Dec, 2020.
Jan, 1/2020 – Dec, 31/2020
4900 (F=3700 M=1200)
22,000(F=18, 700, M=3,300
agency: - Save Generation Development
Second Phase Water Project at Adama Wereda, Bate Bora & Bate
Qelo Kebele Completed Within 30 Days
Without being caught up by the heavy rainy season, the
water project at Adama Wereda (District) Bate Bora and Bate
Qelo Kebele (Community) is completed on timely schedule
delivering clean drinking water for thousandths of people.
Our staff at SGDA worked day and night to bring the project
to conclusion without being hindered by the difficult road
access which was worsen by flood and mud blocking the way to
the project site.
During the inauguration, high government officials from
Oromia state region and Federal Government were present to
express their appreciation to our organization for our
project delivery capacity as well as efficiency. The project
was supported by Rainbow For The Future
headquartered in Canada which was founded by
Mr. Leo Seguin who was our dear friend
and colleague and a kindhearted humanitarian.
In the first phase of the project, SGDA had constructed
clean water project in Bate Bora Kebele (community) in Adama District (Wereda)
located in the dry region of the Great Rift Valley of
where the annual rainfall is quite insignificant. The
second phase of the water
project in Bate Qelo with major financial support from
Rainbow For The Future was crucial to the community which
otherwise face major health consequence without clean water.
The direct impact of the project is immense considering
the number of people get seriously sick by water born diseases using ponds and
streams down the valley.
With years of close partnership with Rainbow For The
Future not only as our financial source but also with their
relentless guidance on how to conduct our charity work is
always appreciative by the SGDA and the people who benefited
by the projects. The second phase project was also supported
by the government which contributed water pipes for
distribution and voluntary power from the community with
different skills to make it happen to the final stage. Save
Generation thanks all stakeholders primarily Rainbow For The
Future for their steadfast support. For more information on
this project and more, please contact our Executive
Director, Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorisa at (251)911491548 and/or
Seeds Distributed in Adama Wereda (Adama District)
to Poor Farmers
Save Generation distributed crop seeds to farmers in Adama Wereda (Adama District), Wenji
Diddimtuu Kebeles (communities) in East Shoa Zone of Oromia region..
The seeds that we donate to the poor farmers
who are economically hurt by the Corona Virus price
fluctuation help them to sustain this year from bankruptcy. Save Generation has been working in this part
of Oromia for the last many years which knows explicitly the
needs of the communities in the district. Situated in the
Great Rift Valley, Adama Wereda is bordered on the south by
Arsi Zone, on the southwest by Koka Reservoir which
separates it from Dugda Bora, on the west by Lome and has
small towns Awash Melkasa, Sire Robi, Sodere and Wenji
Gefersa.With the presence of the Wereda's administration, Save
Generation provided the assistance to the vulnerable poor
women who otherwise unable to farm their land this year.
Before the start of the rainy season which is June 15th,
Save Generation prepared and distributed seeds to
farmers for the upcoming plowing activity. The farmers would
expect a better yield from their hard work in October during
such critical time when the market and other costs like
fertilizer and pesticide are becoming unpredictable
due to the pandemic Corona Virus throughout the country.
Save Generation is watching how things are developing to
update our sponsors on how to proceed with our assistance to
the communities in the near future. For detail information
on this and more, please contact our Executive Director,
Mrs. Bekelech D. Rorisa at (251)911491548 and/or
Save Generation Dispenses
Necessary Items at Lome Wereda (Lome District) to Help
the Prevention of Corona Virus
Save Generation Development Association is not new at Lome District. Various projects have been finalized in
previous years to assist the most vulnerable in the
district. Our respond by SGDA, this time is an immediate to
fully control the spread of Corona Virus by giving out the
necessary items to the general public.
Lome is one of the weredas (districts) in the Oromia
region, situated in East Shewa Zone, geographically located
in the Great Rift Valley. According to the recent census,
Lome Wereda has an estimated total population of 140,030.
Save Generation reached out to three Kebeles (communities),
Darar Dambala, Dungi Bakele and Adada Dambala) by dispensing
sanitizers and disinfectants to the general public for free
in order to keep their hygiene as the first step in the
prevention program. Within the program, the organization
brought large water tanks with the capacity 500ltr and
1000ltr to setup clean water line in such highly critical
time. Gloves and face masks have also dispensed to the
public with advice not to be panicked but highly vigilant
for this highly contagious pandemic.
Mrs. Bekelech Demissie Rorissa, the Director and Founder
of the organization along with the Zone and District
administrators supervised the life saving program with an
intent to watch the progression of the disease in the
country and in Oromia Region to act fast for the next phase.
contact Mrs.Bekelech, the director
of SGDA on how to support our common cause at (251)911491548 or by email
Generation is in a Timely Rush to Deliver Necessary Items to
Prevent Corona Virus From Spreading in Bishoftu
Generation Development Association supplied valuable items
to prevent Corona Virus from spreading in the city of
Bishoftu. The materials which were distributed to the
general public for free were Sanitizers with high alcohol
content and various types of disinfectants including
soaps. Frequented hand washing is promoted with the notion
not to shake hands for greetings. Save Generation gives a
thorough understanding of the diseases to the general public
to become cautious when sneezing and coughing in public. The
director and founder of Save Generation, Mrs. Bekelech
Demissie observed the community's perception on the epidemic
and its danger not only in Ethiopia but throughout Africa.
contact Mrs.Bekelech, the director
of SGDA on how to support our common cause at (251)911491548 or by email
Save Generation Begins its Corona
Virus Prevention Program in the City of Adama
with the population of over 100m, the second highly
populated country in Africa, has the limitation to test its
people from the Corona Virus infection. Our preparedness to
prevent the epidemic is crucial to our survival considering
our capacity in the health sector. Save Generation
Development Association embarks its campaign to stop the
spread of Corona Virus in the city of Adama by distributing
essential items to the pubic in general who need them during
such difficult time.
Bekelech Demissie, the director and founder of the
organization was at the scene reaching the community and
understanding the situation on the ground. At the first
phase, Save Generation issued sanitizers, gloves, masks,
largo soap for free to the public for protection as well as
packaged grocery food like pasta to the needy who otherwise
do not have the means to survive during this difficult time.
Generation has group of volunteers to deliver such
assistance throughout the country and now demanding more
hands from sponsors to widen the charity work in a vigorous
and timely manner. Please contact Mrs.Bekelech, the director
of SGDA on how to support at (251)911491548 or by email
Agency for Civil Society
the Federal regulatory agency headed by its director, Jima Dilbo,
celebrated March 8th, the International Women's Day in
the town of Bishoftu organized by Save Generation along
with the city administration.
Bishoftu's mayor, Mrs.
Tsehay Shiferaw and the director of Save Generation,
Mrs. Bekelech Demissie demonstrated the long journey
that women in the country has traveled to reach where we
are now politically and socially as a successful
achievement in Africa as well as in the entire world.
With the help of our donors SGDA managed to deliver the
ICT Project at Wonji High School giving
students the access to the internet.
Project at Wonji High School giving
female students the access to the
SGDA gives also training to teachers and
including students on the use and importance of
the internet and how to access other school
materials online which otherwise expensive to
Successful Story of Zewude Haptewoldi
Mrs.Zewude is 50 years old and she is the mother of five
children. She lives in East shoa zone,Adama woreda in Didimtu
Kebele. Naturally she is one of the hero women and who is a
talentive as well as productive woman by utilizing her God’s
given potential. Before she becomes the beneficiary of SGDA, she
was poor enough and felt under pressure of life....Read More...
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