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Students, teachers and staff of Halhale College of Business and Economics harvest crops of martyrs families

Around 850 students, teachers and staff of Halhale College of Business and Economics have harvested crops of more than 100 martyrs families and needy citizens.

Halhale, 1 November 2013- Around 850 students, teachers and staff of Halhale College of Business and Economics have harvested crops of more than 100 martyrs families and needy citizens.

Students Adm Ibrahim and Senait Mesfun expressed satisfaction for helping martyrs’ families and needy individuals and that they would reinforce such activities in the future.

Dr. Gebremicael Gebreab, Acting Dean of the College, and Dr. Melake Tewolde on their part stated that the campaign would have significant contribution, on top of helping needy members of the society, and to inculcate the values of the society and work ethic among the students.

Among the beneficiaries, Priest Tesfamariam Gurmu and Ms. Tiblets Tewolde indicated that the initiative taken by the college community to collect harvest has strong message, and expressed appreciation for the organizers and participants of the campaign.

Youth Amanuel Gebryesus, PFDJ representative in the College, said that the initiative is a continuity of the campaign  conducted by the students monthly in the compound of the College, and that it was successful.

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