Members of Algen Camp Community extend incentive to students scoring excellent marks in matriculation examination
Members of the Algen Camp Community here in the capital extended monetary incentive to their children who scored excellent mark in this year’s National School Leaving Certificate Exams in the course of the 23rd round National Service Program.
Asmara, 6 September 2010 – Members of the Algen Camp Community here in the capital extended monetary incentive to their children who scored excellent mark in this year’s National School Leaving Certificate Exams in the course of the 23rd round National Service Program.
Speaking on the occasion yesterday, the Chairman of the Community, Mr. Sibhatu Beyene, said that on top of the available ample educational opportunities created by the Government, the Algen Community is making available the necessary school materials and facilities with a view to encouraging students demonstrate excellence in their academic pursuit. Noting that 86% of students in the community who participated in the examination scored a passing mark, he explained that such an achievement would enable it to continue the activities in an enhanced manner. Mr. Sibhatu further called on the awardees to strive for still more gratifying accomplishment.
The secretary of the community, Mr. Gebremichael Tesfom, on his part stressed the need for promoting civic education at the community level and that parents should give top attention to their children’s ethics and education.
Students Bet-Eritra Tewoldemedhin and Robel Semere who scored full mark in the matriculation exams said on their part that the encouragement and support demonstrated by the Algen Community played major role in their success and expressed appreciation for the members.
Meanwhile, the awardees narrated and shared their experience in Sawa.
It is to be noted that in line with the investment began in 2005 regarding education, the Algien Camp Community presently has a training and internet center with 50 computers, in addition to a library that serves both adults and children.